The disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) will meet this Thursday evening to deal with new acts of violence between supporters that occurred during the 7th day of L1. Normally, the disciplinary committee meets every Wednesday but it had been postponed to this Thursday because the 7th day of L1 took place Wednesday evening. "We should normally discuss this Thursday evening the sanctions concerning the expulsions during the last two days but of course we will deal with incidents between supporters on Wednesday evening as we have already done on Monday to deal with those who enamelled the Northern Lens - Lille derby on Saturday last ”, we are told on the side of the LFP. The escalation of violence between supporters continued on Wednesday during the 7th day of L1.
A month after a Nice-OM interrupted by the irruption of supporters from the Riviera and four days after a derby between Lens and Lille very stormy in the stands, the post-match between Angers and Marseille degenerated in Maine-et-Loire Wednesday evening. A few minutes after the meeting, ended with a 0-0, incidents broke out between Marseille and Angevin supporters. Some of the Marseille supporters left the parking lot reserved for them at the Raymond-Kopa stadium to reach the lawn and try to do battle with ultra Angevin.
Montpellier - Bordeaux was also peppered with incidents before the meeting.
Clashes broke out between the passengers of a bus carrying Bordeaux supporters and Montpellier supporters, "armed with iron bars" and "smoke".
At least 16 Bordeaux residents were slightly injured, six of whom were taken to hospital.