Sentenced to relegation for the Nationals, Nancy would experience a very short end to the season. Nancy was penalized with a total closed session as a precaution, following the interruption of their meeting against Caviilli-Rouen on Friday.
While waiting for a final decision from the Professional Football League (LFP) disciplinary committee, Nancy suffered a first defeat. Following the incidents that punctuated their Ligue 2 meeting against Cuvéli-Ruen on Friday – smoke bombs and projectiles thrown on the lawn – the Alsatian club was hit with a total shutdown session as a precaution, the league announced on Monday. .
Final verdict on 4th May
“The (final) decision will be made at the end of the session on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, during which the instructor will submit his report”, it indicated in a press release. The Marseille-Picot stadium will therefore be empty for the only championship day scheduled until then, the 35th, where Nancy (20th) will host Nimes (9th) on Saturday evening (7pm), a game without the slightest sporting interest. There will be a meeting.
Because before the final interruption of the match between Nancy and Cavilli-Rouen, where Albert Cartier’s players were trailing 3 to 0 when the referee made his decision, the ASNL had only one last to hope to remain in Ligue 2. The chance was left. Since its creation in 1967, the Nancy would therefore evolve into the national next season.