Neymar-Alvaro, the return.
Two weeks after having already been at the center of the debates of the Disciplinary Committee, the dispute between the PSG striker and the OM defender will again be on the agenda this Wednesday, from 6 p.m., at the Professional Football League (LFP).
Except that after the punch of the Brazilian, it is, according to the title of the file under investigation, on the "behavior of Mr. Alvaro Gonzalez" that will look this time the members of the commission.
On September 13, during the clasico between PSG and OM, the Marseille defender was accused by the Parisian striker of having made racist remarks.
Insults which, according to Neymar, would explain why he struck the Spaniard during the stormy final of the clasico.
"He's a racist, that's why I hit him," the Brazilian had even let go to the fourth referee before being given two suspension games three days later, plus a suspended one.
Images provided by each club available
On Wednesday, however, the attitudes of the two men will be at the center of the deliberations, Neymar having in turn been suspected of homophobic remarks towards Gonzalez, or even, according to a Marseille source, of racist insults towards Hiroki Sakai.
For the time being, none of the members of the committee has yet had access to the file.
No more than the clubs, which should nevertheless take note of it the day before or the morning of the hearing, in order to prepare their defense.
The instructor of the file, however, has already heard Alvaro Gonzalez and Neymar.
The Brazilian, in fact, spoke on September 23 after the morning training to give his version of the facts.
Like the Marseillais and the referees of the match, he is summoned this Wednesday evening to explain himself, at least by videoconference, to the members of the committee.
The latter will be responsible for determining whether the two men have broken the rules and made reprehensible remarks.
To be convinced of this, they will notably have available the images provided by each club.
It remains to be seen whether these will be sufficient to prove the guilt of one or the other and to validate methods which will give rise to a case law.