The Disciplinary Commission of the Professional Football League (LFP) will study from Monday the incidents at the Geoffroy-Guichard stadium in Saint-Etienne on Friday on the sidelines of the Ligue 1 meeting between ASSE and Angers (2-2), a AFP learned on Saturday from the LFP.
ASSE, whose supporters caused the postponement of about an hour, to 22:00, of the kickoff of the match of the 11th day of L1, risk of heavy disciplinary sanctions.
Supporters from both corners sent rockets and smoke bombs across the pitch, damaging the goal nets.
Some fans had entered the lawn and banners hostile to the management, the players and Claude Puel, the manager of the club who has still not won a single match in the league since the start of the season, had been deployed.
The club had just received a suspended sanction
In this type of case, the Disciplinary Commission usually takes the case under investigation, but can take various precautionary measures against the club, such as the closing of the stands, or even the establishment of a total closed session. conservatory title.
ASSE risks all the greater since the Disciplinary Commission had just imposed on it, Wednesday, a suspended two-match suspension of the south stand of the stadium after incidents noted during the derby against Lyon on October 3.
Friday's incidents in the "Cauldron" have been added to a long list of excesses that have occurred this season, in Montpellier, Nice, Lens or even Angers.
These incidents have already given rise to various sanctions, ranging from the closing of stands to the withdrawal of a point at OGC Nice (plus a suspended sentence).
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