In its edition of the day, L’Equipe affirms that the Virage Auteuil could be sanctioned this Thursday from a closed door for the match against Monaco, on December 12, after the massive use of pyrotechnic devices during the last home match against Nantes.
The Parc des Princes is preparing to present the new Ballon d’Or of Lionel Messi, this Wednesday, on the occasion of the reception of Nice for the 16th day of Ligue 1. For some of the supporters, this celebration could well and well be the last memory of the year in Paris, at least in the championship. In today’s edition, The team explains in fact that the PSG should be severely sanctioned after the massive use of pyrotechnic devices in its stadium.
On November 20, the Virage Auteuil was set ablaze in the thirtieth minute of the match against Nantes (3-1) to present the 30 years of the stand. On this occasion, the Parisian ultras had cracked 531 smoke bombs, according to the report of the delegate of the meeting. A show that had attracted a few incidents, including the fire of a tarpaulin, and which should lead to a closed session for the next home game.
Normally scheduled for Wednesday, the meeting of the discipline commission of the LFP will take place this Thursday because of the championship day played in the middle of the week. According to the sports daily, it should impose a heavy fine on the capital club and sanction the Auteuil stand for a closed-door match for the match against Monaco on December 12. After Nice, the Parc des Princes will therefore have only one opportunity to refuel before the international break, it will be on December 7 against Bruges in the Champions League.