Ligue 1: What risks did Saint-Etienne take after the events against Monaco


Saturday’s match on Day 34 between Saint-Etienne and Monaco (1-4) was marked by a 30-minute interruption due to smoke bursting by the Green Angels, who were celebrating their 30th anniversary. A “party” that could cost the Greens in front of the disciplinary committee.

Greens under threat of a sanction. Apart from a heavy loss at home against Monaco (1-4) on Saturday at Geoffroy-Guichard and with Ligue 1 remaining concerned, Saint-Etienne will have to defend themselves as they currently play-off. After the match the disciplinary committee was interrupted in the second half.


The referee sent all the players back to the locker room in the 66th minute after Green Angles fans celebrated their 30th anniversary with fireworks. A “fireworks” that followed the first warning from the announcer in the first period.

Greens Risk Transfer

If play was able to resume after a 30-minute pause, ASSE subject itself to sanctions. The LFP disciplinary committee is awaiting the report of the first officials. A meeting is scheduled for Monday to consider precautionary measures for Nancy, also concerned after the incidents during Friday evening’s Ligue 2 match against Queville-Rouen, and perhaps Saint-tienne.


At the Conservatory, two clubs risk: closing all or part of their stadium, or even their suspension (relocation). Final sanctions must be filed within fifteen days. Saint-Etienne have only one game left this season in the Cauldron in Ligue 1 against Reims on 14 May. Leaving the barrage situation with the formation of League 2.

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