League 2: Very rare, Nancy closes her ticket office for the last match

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It is a rare and unprecedented decision that AS Nancy Lorraine took for the last match of the Ligue 2 season against Pau (7pm on Saturday). The Lorraine club, which has already joined National 1, has not opened the ticket office for this match, which will only allow customers to participate.

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Following the events that halted the Nancy – Caviilli – Rouen match on 22 April, the disciplinary committee announced the closing for a match behind closed doors and a match from the Piantoni stand, where Cope is located. , If the total camera against Nimes is purged, the end of the stand will be purged for the final day of Ligue 2 (7pm) this Saturday against Pau.

Saturday FC spokesman Killian Valentin, the core group of ASNL supporters that sits in Piantoni, does not understand why the club has closed its ticket office: “This is the high of the season in terms of relationship with the club and management.” The point is. Shareholders takeover and breakup.” During the Nancy-QRM match when the club was 3–0 behind, the match was called off after a plume of smoke covered the lawn. A dispute that followed several months of mobilization of supporters against New City Capital, represented by the club’s majority shareholder, its president Gauthier Gaine, has not been seen in Lorraine for several months. He also manages the Ostend club in Belgium, 12th in the Jupiler League.

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But beyond months of acrimonious anger from supporters, the non-marketing of tickets to the final match of Nancy’s test marks a deep breakdown between shareholders and supporters. Despite one of the New Capital City’s big shots, Chien Lee coming up against Nimes, the divorce seems to have ended between the club and the fans. No information has been given by the club regarding the ticket office of the Pau match. It is not possible to buy tickets. The Ticketing Service cannot be accessed and the Club has no statement to make or justify providing.

For Saturday FC spokesperson Killian Valentin, the lack of explanation overshadows common sense. If the club had argued the potential overflow knowing that the ASNL had received a suspended point return, supporters could interpret it as: “It is understandable but given the controversy during the previous match, it does not. We are sorry that there was no process to take information and temperatures.AS Nancy Lorraine is sinking and the historic club of Michel Platini will know next season for the first time in 55 years of professionalism, third division and national championship history.

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