Discipline: Jacques Cardoze reacts to sanctions

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This Wednesday evening, the disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) delivered its verdict concerning the incidents of OL-OM. The match will be replayed and a penalty of one point was pronounced against the Rhone formation. Jacques Cardoze, OM’s communications director, is annoyed.

This decision is deeply disappointing, I would even say humiliating for the players. In Nice, we hit one of our players; the club was sanctioned with a firm point. In Lyon, one of our players was hit again, and Lyon got away with a firm point. If I understand correctly the message sent by the Disciplinary Commission to all players in Ligue 1, getting hit is worth 1 firm point; but it also gives the possibility of replaying a match. It is a decision that strikes me as extremely dangerous, risky. It means that if we send 20 bottles to the head of the Marseillais, we will have the possibility of replaying the 20 matches. It is without risk for the home club, but extremely penalizing and humiliating for the victim club. If we receive 20 bottles in the year, we will have to replay 20 matches? It is unfair. We have already replayed Nice, we are asked to replay Lyon, what is more by asking us to return to Lyon, an additional humiliation. This decision does not suit us. Since this weekend, the rumor has spread that we would not have won a match on the green carpet. We were totally unaware until Tuesday noon that we would not be summoned. We experienced it as a supreme humiliation, as a denial of justice », He said to our colleagues from Provence.

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