July 1, 2022

ultra leaders of the PSG arrested, the CUP dissociates itself!

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As revealed yesterday by L’Equipe, the first arrests took place in Paris and Lyon following the incidents that occurred during the 32nd round of the Coupe de France between Paris FC and OL on Friday. Three ultra PSG supporters were arrested in particular and could even be taken into custody following the incidents.

The CUP pointed out in spite of himself

Among these individuals would appear the leader of the association “Ferveur Parisienne”, “also called” 411 “, because of its proximity to the access door of the same name, affiliated to the Collective Ultras Paris of the Auteuil tribune”. An individual already suspected of violence and banned from the stadium at the Parc des Princes for several months for using smoke bombs. An announcement which made the CUP react, which also dissociates itself from the movement: “If it turned out that members of the CUP were involved in these incidents, they would be immediately excluded”.

On the side of OL, we are also moving forward in the investigation. Even before the court decisions and any arrests, the Rhone club has already sent “commercial exclusion letters (18 months) and sent several complaints against formally identified hooligans”. Complaints that should lead to five-year stadium bans on those concerned about the Charlety incidents.

Regarding the sporting aspect of this sinister affair, we will have to wait until next week. The FFF Disciplinary Commission will hear Paris FC and Lyon next Monday and deliver its verdict the next day. The chances are great for OL to have lost the match …

3 Parisian ultras arrested, the CUP defends itself

As revealed yesterday by L’Equipe, the first arrests took place in Paris and Lyon following the incidents that occurred during the 32nd round of the Coupe de France between Paris FC and OL on Friday. Three ultra PSG supporters were arrested in particular and could even be taken into custody following the incidents.