The Disciplinary Committee of the League has sanctioned FC Metz with a match behind closed doors following the incidents against Guingamp on September 12.
FC Metz is doing well. The League Committee sanctioned the Lorraine club with a match behind closed doors following the incidents that occurred during the meeting against Guingamp (3-6) on September 12.
As a reminder, the spirits quickly heated in this meeting. Three red cards, violent remarks, and a match interrupted following the irruption of a spectator on the lawn threatening Pierre Gaillouste, the referee of the meeting.
FC Metz should be able to welcome Pau on the next day of Ligue 2 and should see the effective sanction when they receive Sochaux on October 15. László Bölöni, coach of the garnet club, also received a suspension match, as did Pierre Dréossi, sporting director.