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World The OL refuses any sanction and seizes the CNOSF

20:10  30 november  2021
20:10  30 november  2021 Source:   sports.fr

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L'OL estime ne pas avoir à payer les pots cassés. © provided by Sports.co.uk The OL considers that it does not have to pay the broken pots.

In the aftermath of an olympico aborted, on Sunday, 21 November, the Discipline Commission decided in the urgency of a first penalty against the OL : an integral closed session delivered on the match of the 16th day of L1 between Lyon and Reims. On Tuesday, Gones officially challenge this precautionary measure by seizing the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF). While reaffirming through a statement of their misunderstanding about any sanction eventually taken against the club.

If the Lyonnais obviously condemn the gesture of the aggressor of Dimitri Payet , explore their excuses to the player and the OM and salute the "exemplary collective behavior" of their supporters, the statement of the day tends mainly to prepare. The land before 8 December and the final verdict of the Discipline Commission against OL. "The individual and isolated act on November 21 in Lyon can not be compared to the vast majority of collective incidents since the beginning of the season. Therefore, it is imperative that the distinction be made between the collective acts of violence and degradation, and the isolated acts that no one can anticipate or prevent ", hammering the Rhodanian club.

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The OL calls for sports equity

"Sanctions identical for these same types of acts, as for isolated acts, do today weigh on major risks clubs for their sustainability, continues the institution chaired by Jean-Michel Aulas. The possible recipe loss greater than 3.5 million euros, not to mention the repercussions of the precautionary measure and disciplinary suites, would arrive in an already difficult crisis context for Olympique Lyonnais as for other clubs that struggle. COVID-19.

and conclude: "Olympique Lyonnais, in the name of sports equity, economic and to ensure a fair competition, asks that the decisions that will be taken in the future are homogeneous with those taken since the beginning of the season and integrate the fundamental rule of proportionality. This same homogeneity is paramount in the same championship to ensure fairness between clubs. As such, the club asks to be judged in relation to the reality of the facts. [...] Olympique Lyonnais can not agree to have to bring the whole crisis that football lives on its soil shoulders.

In other words, OL will contest any possible sanction - a fortiori if the latter responds to the case law born from the interruption of the championship match between Nice and Marseille on August 22nd. A precedent who had seen the gym sanctioned by two penalty points, including one with stay, plus three closed matches.

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