Incidents took place during the meeting between the DFCO and Le Havre on Saturday evening. Two Dijon supporters were arrested after projectiles were thrown at the Le Havre defender Pierre Gibaud. The president of Dijon Football Côte-d’Or, Olivier Delcourt looks back on these events. “There were two throws of projectiles, including a goblet that landed full on the player who was running after the second but on a penalty from Le Havre. He took it head-on and had a good impact on the torso. This kind of act is unacceptable and should not happen in a stadium. When you see what is happening in the stadiums, you have to be vigilant and take immediate measures to avoid this kind of situation. “
Supporters summoned by justice in January
It is the video surveillance which made it possible to identify the two individuals arrested at the end of this meeting lost 2-0 by the DFCO in Normandy. They were placed in police custody, in particular for willful violence with a weapon by destination in a sports arena. The two supporters, age 24 and 26 will be summoned before the Criminal Court of Le Havre in January.
“The maximum penalty is 3 years imprisonment, a fine of 15,000 euros and the ban on entering a sports venue for five years”, specifies the deputy prosecutor of Le Havre.
The president of the DFCO is reassembled about the very marked trends which have tended to multiply for several weeks in stadiums all over France. “For me they are not supporters, they must be eradicated, take the most firm measures over time, impose a stadium ban. They must point the club’s match night to the police or the gendarmerie. , we have to crack down and we will do it in accordance with the courts and with the groups of supporters with whom we exchange. “
Find Olivier Delcourt’s reaction this Tuesday, October 5, 2021 in the morning of France Bleu Bourgogne between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. (98.3 or 103.7).