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Two French clubs thrown out of Coupe de France

Mon 27 December 2021 | 19:41

Lyon and Paris FC fans have caused their clubs so much trouble with their behavior.

Lyon’s

supporters and

Paris FC

supporters have made so much trouble for their favorite side as they have caused their teams’ elimination following their violent behavior.

In Lyon’s last-64 tie against Paris FC in the Coupe de France on Monday, the fans forced the officials to call the game off because of their fights which led to some fans entering the pitch.

Lyon has claimed to be looking for the people who were behind this and banning them from coming to the stadium for the rest of their lives, but the French Football Federation (FFF) has punished both clubs as Paris FC fans have been banned from traveling to all domestic away games for the rest of the season added to the club’s fine of €10,000.

Now the game is considered as a defeat for both sides, and Lyon has been fined €52,000 and ordered to meet the costs of repairing seats damaged by their supporters at Charlety Added to a suspended ban from next year's Coupe de France, which could be imposed in the event of supporters causing trouble again.

The FFF stated that Lyon fans would be banned from attending away games until the end of the 2021-22 campaign, in

"a sanction that applies to all competitions organized by the FFF and the LFP [Ligue de Football Professionnel] in which the first team is involved".


source: SportMob

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