Two days after condemning the offensive song sung by Nice supporters during the reception at Saint-tienne, the OGC Nice announced the first sanction against the capo of Popular Sud.
Forty-eight hours after condemning the offensive song sung by Nice supporters during the reception at Saint-tienne, the OGC Nice on Friday announced the first sanctions against an overbearing supporter of Popular Sud. He will no longer be able to visit the Allianz Riviera.
“The ‘Capo’ who hosted the stand on Wednesday was served by the club with a commercial ban on the stadium. It takes effect this weekend. This intense work will continue in the coming days, especially after the season. During the investigation conducted by our services and authorities following the complaints lodged”, explains the club in a press release.
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A 9th-minute tribute was planned against Lille
In the press release, Jean-Pierre Rivers outlined his “anger” and “feeling of shame” in the face of this “unfair” act. The OGCN president says, “Faced with intolerance, what are the measures at our disposal, shutting down an entire forum? Punish over 5,000 people without any discrimination? This is unfair and ineffective. We wish that Only the identified firefighters should be punished.”
The Riviera club also announced that a tribute would be paid to Emiliano Sala “in the most lively way”, in the 9th minute during Lille’s reception, on Saturday (9 pm) at Allianz Rivera, 37th side Day 1 of the league. . Earlier this Friday, Christophe Gaultier tried to calm things down following a press release from Nice militants. “I spoke with my heart and my sensitivity after the match. (…) The press release he issued is worth it. It has a right to exist. Everyone has their own way of analyzing. Afraid of a reaction tomorrow? I hope the entire stadium and supporters can cheer for the team that has been fighting for the European places for 10 months.”
In the 9th minute of the match against Saint-tienne (corresponding to the player’s old number), a song mocking the death of Emiliano Sala and sung by several members of the tribune of the extremists of the popular south caused genuine outrage.