Ligue 2: Nancy has finally opened her ticket office for the match against Paus

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After closing its ticket office for the last match of the Ligue 2 season, the Nancy club moved to the National, against Pau, at the Marseille-Picot stadium on Saturday, finally putting tickets up for sale to the public, even though The Grandstand Piantoni, where Cope is located, will be suspended due to incidents that affected the meeting against the Cavelli-Ruen-Métropole.

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There will be a lot of spectators for Nancy’s last match in League 2. AS Nancy Lorraine opened the ticket office for the last match of the season on Saturday at the Stade Marcel-Picot (7 p.m. kick-off. ) The decision was made just 36 hours before kick-off. The rare situation gave rise to many comments from ASNL supporters, who were already upset by the turn of the season, which would result in Nancy being relegated to the national for the first time in the history of professional football.

a difficult episode

In an interview on the club’s website, the stadium manager, Nabil El Yagoubi, justifies the late opening in this context: “We had a difficult evening against Cuvéli-Ruen-Métropole and we had to face many challenges in our disciplinary committee. The file was to be defended. , specifically assuming events (in terms of security, the law says we have an obligation to the consequences and not the means) without falling into total camera spontaneity as foreseen or planned. “

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On 22 April, the Nancy-QRM match was called off after an overflow at the Piantoni stand just before half-time. It will also be called off on Saturday after the disciplinary committee decided to put a closed match on the stands.

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