Lens: Leca injured… after an altercation with the goalkeeper coach
According to L’Equipe, Jean-Louis Leca will not play again this season. The Lens goalkeeper fractured a finger after an altercation with his coach, Thierry Malaspina. The artesian club then confirmed “an excess of character shown by two members of the professional group at the end of training”.
Anti-Sala songs: Rothen’s rant against Nice supporters
Jérôme Rothen in Rothen ignites: “I thought I had lived everything in a stadium as a player, supporter or spectator. What happened yesterday (Wednesday), there is no word. Christophe Galtier has it well explained hot even if it was not easy. It feels like with some, we have reached a point of no return because these people are stupid. Against stupidity, you cannot fight. they are stupid and don’t understand, at some point, you have to empty the stands of these people. The clubs have to act differently, be much more firm. It’s completely stupid to confuse everyone In these ultra groups there are unfortunately people who are not responsible because they are stupid. We must therefore already start by policing internally. I pity President Rivère, because it affects the club. They sealed Nice in terms of image and sportingly because they lost a point and maybe a second. ! They are jeopardizing their club. These people, if you’re not passionate about your club, if you’re not passionate about football, stay at home!”
Nice songs against Sala: Maracineanu in favor of stopping matches
Contacted Thursday by RMC Sport, the Minister Delegate for Sports Roxana Maracineanu reacted to the abusive songs of some Nice supporters towards Emiliano Sala, Wednesday during the match against Saint-Etienne. The former swimmer felt “astounded by the world of football and all the people who follow these matches with passion. Everyone was shocked by these totally indecent chants. I am happy to have seen the club’s coach (Christophe Galtier) raise this subject at the start of the press conference. The club also reacted immediately after the match. I find that very good. Consciences are awake on this subject. But it should not stop there. J ‘encourages the club to take disciplinary action against the individuals or group of supporters concerned by these chants. And Roxana Maracineanu to continue: “Perhaps part of the solution is to make it clear at the highest level of sports bodies that such chants can be a cause for stopping matches. Should the players have stop playing? If the referees hear (these chants) they must now have an instruction to be able to stop the match.”
The proposal of the mayor of Nice to pay tribute to Sala
The mayor of Nice continues to work to restore the image of his city and the GYM after the songs of Nice supporters on the death of Emiliano Sala. After saying he wanted to quickly identify and punish the perpetrators, he made a proposal on social media.
“I propose that in the 9th minute of the match against Lille this Saturday at the Allianz Rivier, the portrait of Emiliano Sala be displayed on the screens of the stadium and that applause be launched”, indicated the elected representative of Nice on Twitter.
The popular Sud, from which the anti Sala song started, speaks
The Nice supporters, under fire from critics since last night, speak of “error” and reaffirm their condolences to the family of Emilano Sala, but they also attack “those who shoot the ambulance at the slightest deviation” . In the viewfinder, in particular, the Nice coach Christophe Galtier who had had strong words on Wednesday evening. “Mr. Galtier speaks of the platform as the reflection of a shitty society, it would be nice if he looked around before talking about our platform”.
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Chant niçois: the LFP disciplinary committee will take up the case
The LFP delegate present Wednesday evening at the Allianz Riviera reported in his report the chants against Emiliano Sala of the Nice supporters.
The LFP Disciplinary Committee will therefore take up the case. A closed session of the tribune concerned is likely.
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Investigation opened for the flag in the Reims parking lot
The Celtic cross flag deployed in the parking lot of Reims supporters during their match against Lorient on May 1 will give rise to an investigation. The Lorient prosecutor’s office received a complaint from the Human Rights League on Monday.
The Nantes press release condemning the Nice song on Sala
At the end of the success in the derby against Rennes (2-1), FC Nantes published a press release to denounce the behavior of certain Nice supporters who sang a song mocking the death of Emiliano Sala during their match against Saint Etienne.
The third in Ligue 1 will not be directly qualified for the C1 groups
With the Scottish title won by Celtic Glasgow on Wednesday, there is no longer a scenario that would directly qualify the third in Ligue 1 for the group stage of the Champions League next season.
If Glasgow Rangers had achieved a league-Europa League double, he would have sent the French representative straight to the groups.
The program for the 37th day of Ligue 1
Saturday May 14, 2022
9 p.m.: Girondins de Bordeaux – FC Lorient
9 p.m.: Olympique Lyonnais – FC Nantes
9 p.m.: FC Metz – Angers SCO
9 p.m.: AS Monaco – Stade Brestois 29
9 p.m.: Montpellier Hérault SC – Paris Saint-Germain
9 p.m.: AS Saint-Etienne – Stade de Reims
9 p.m.: RC Strasbourg Alsace – Clermont Foot 63
9 p.m.: ESTAC Troyes – RC Lens
9 p.m.: Stade Rennais FC – Olympique de Marseille
9 p.m.: OGC Nice – LOSC
Welcome to our live to follow the news of Ligue 1. Wednesday, the day was marked by the victory of Nice against Saint-Étienne (4-2), which revives the Aiglons in the race for the Champions League, and the defeat of Rennes at Nantes (2-1), which darkens the end of the season for Bruno Génésio’s men.
Place now at the 37th and penultimate day, which will give rise to a large multiplex including the ten matches, this Saturday (9 p.m.).