January 18, 2022

the president of Paris FC points to “the responsibilities of the Lyon club” after the violence during the Paris FC-OL match

“His supporters should never have left the visitors’ parking lot, which is the responsibility of the visiting club,” said Pierre Ferracci.

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Pierre Ferracci, president of Paris Football Club, points to France Inter on Wednesday 22 December “the responsibilities of the Lyon club” after the violence that occurred during the Coupe de France match last Friday between Paris-FC and OL at the Charléty stadium. “These supporters should never have left Lyon, they should never have left the Gare de Lyon, they should never have left the parking lot of visitors which is the responsibility of the visiting club”, recalls Pierre Ferracci.

“The number of stewards of Lyon was very insufficient to deal with madmen who use fists, belts, brass knuckles to punch.”

Pierre Ferracci, president of the Paris Football Club

at France Inter

“That they kill each other is a problem, but it is less of a problem than when families (…) are molested, violated”, launches Pierre Ferracci.

The president of Paris FC deplores that “everything changed” in the second period “Because of these people who arrived and who are known. I see that President Aulas is starting to clean up. If it could be used for that, it would be very good.”

“We will not give gifts to alleged Parisian supporters who are not from Paris FC, the two Parisian groups have behaved in an exemplary manner. For several years, moreover, you have never seen Paris FC involved in operations of this type. neither traveling nor in Paris “, also launched the president of the Parisian football club.

For Pierre Ferracci, violent supporters left the stadium “It is possible but with long-term work and by ensuring that justice and public authorities relay the clubs and that the clubs do the work. We have been doing it for a long time”. Three ultras supporters of PSG were arrested yesterday Tuesday, placed in police custody, they are suspected of having participated in the violence.