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In Reims; the pill is still missing. A few weeks after his electric trip to the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille (12/22); concluded with a furious draw (1-1); the president of the Champagne club Jean-Pierre Caillot was severely sanctioned by the Disciplinary Commission of the Professional Football League (LFP); this Wednesday. The Reims leader has actually received six games of suspension; three of which are suspended and therefore excluded from the referee locker room and dismissed from all official duties for three games. A sanction that follows “the behavior of Jean-Pierre Caillot at the end of the meeting” in Marseille. At the end of this match on matchday 19 of Ligue 1; the last of the year 2021; the president of the Stade de Reims came down to the pitch to address the referee. His general manager; Mathieu Lacour; was also heavily penalized; with six games of firm suspension.

Reims calls for reforms

Sanctions deplored today by the Champagne management. through a release published on its website; the Stade de Reims “takes note of the decisions taken during the disciplinary committee of the LFP on January 5; 2022; considering itself nevertheless aggrieved by such sanctions. Heavy sanctions”; estimate the Reds and Blanc; who they point the finger “in a purely factual way; having impacted a certain amount of refereeing errors in our first part of the season.”

“In addition; the statement continues; Stade de Reims is the team that has suffered the most unfavorable decisions after resorting to VAR. It is customary to say that mistakes are balanced over a season; the club and its fans eagerly await the second part of it. ” the championship to be able to verify this adage. It is also regrettable that after a match like Olympique de Marseille; dotted with obvious errors; the refereeing body refuses to engage in any kind of dialogue and questioning. Players; coaches and leaders are constantly observed; evaluated and judged; it is incomprehensible that men in black are not also the object of so much attention; it seems urgent to adopt reforms aimed at developing this very difficult profession but served by the silence and opacity that it sometimes shows. For the good of Ligue 1; for the good of French football; “concludes Reim Stadium s.

To sum up

In Reims; the pill is still missing. A few weeks after his electric trip to the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille (12/22); concluded with a furious draw (1-1); the president of the Champagne club Jean-Pierre Caillot was severely sanctioned by the Disciplinary Commission of the Professional Football League (LFP); this Wednesday. Sanctions deplored today by the Champagne management.

Florian Sermaise




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