The professional football league’s disciplinary committee will meet on Monday, following a smoke interruption in the Ligue 2 match against Cuvéli-Rouen that would seal Nancy’s charge.
The Professional Football League’s disciplinary committee will meet on Monday to investigate the incidents of the L2 match between Nancy and Cuvéli-Ruen, which was halted on Friday after supporters threw smoke bombs to protest Nancy’s charge, AFP reported on Saturday. learned from the league.
two day advanced meeting
The match at the Marcel-Picot Stadium was of course interrupted by the referee in 40th minute of play on Friday evening, while the 18th and play-off’s Cavielli took a 3–0 lead, which was relegation for Nancy. The final was in Ligue 2. The match was called off for the first time after a smoke bomb was thrown in the wake of Cavili-Rouen’s second goal (17th) from the stand behind the Lorraine goal.
In the event of a permanent interruption of a match, Professional Football League rules provide that the file falls “within the competence of the LFP’s disciplinary committee”, whose next meeting, initially scheduled for Wednesday, is brought forward. Is. see you Monday.
no illusions about exile
In an arsenal of possible sanctions, the commission could award Nancy a lost match on the green carpet, which would result in sealing the club’s relegation to the National (3rd Division). On Friday evening, the Lorraine club, under no illusions about its fate, took to Twitter to announce itself that it would evolve into a national next season.
Since its creation in 1967, the ASNL had never played in the Third Division. The club experienced its golden age in the 1970s when, thanks to a goal from Michel Platini, the Lorraine region won the Coupe de France (1978) by defeating Nice. A win in the Coupe de la Ligue (2006) is the second most impressive line on record for Nancy, who has also won the French Second Division French championship five times. ASNL was still playing in Ligue 1 in 2017.