A match behind closed doors for FC Metz after the incidents against Guingamp

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A match behind closed doors for FC Metz after the incidents against Guingamp

FC Metz had everything to fear after the incidents that occurred during his defeat against Guingamp (3-6), on September 12 at the Saint-Symphorien stadium during the 8th day of Ligue 2. Three expulsions, a game interrupted for 25 minutes after the intrusion of a spectator who came to threaten the referee on the lawn and the harsh criticism pronounced by the leaders with regard to Mr. Gaillouste after the match: the Moselle club risked heavy penalties.

These fell on Thursday evening. After having placed the file under investigation and in the light of events, the Disciplinary Committee of the League (LFP) decided to impose a match behind closed doors in Metz, starting October 4. The current 10th in the ranking will therefore be able to welcome Pau normally, Saturday (7 p.m.), in its enclosure. But the reception of Sochaux, October 15 (12th day), will take place without spectators.

Bölöni and Dréossi suspended

In addition, coach László Bölöni received a one-match suspension for his comments to the referee after the game. Its sporting director Pierre Dréossi was suspended for two matches.

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