After a shower of red cards this weekend in France, the LFP unveiled its sanctions

With twelve cards in Ligue 1 and ten in Ligue 2, France had a record weekend at the start of the season. The Disciplinary Committee of the Professional Football League, which then decides on sanctions, therefore had its work cut out for it.

Three matches for Savanier

This Wednesday evening, she revealed her decisions. Téji Savanier (Montpellier), Mario Lemino (Nice), Souleymane Diarra (Guingamp) and Alexandre Oukidja (Metz) received the heaviest penalties with three suspension matches. Just behind, Etienne Green (Saint-Etienne) and Mbaye Niang (Auxerre) will be deprived of two firm matches.

They are sentenced to a decision with two suspension matches, one of which is suspended. In this case, we find Halid Sabanovic (Angers), Khalil Fayad (Montpellier), Lesley Ugochukwu (Rennes), Bissenty Mendy (Annecy) and Junior Mwanga (Bordeaux).

Finally, in the category of players who will miss a single match, there is Anthony Briançon (Saint-Etienne), Mathieu Cafaro (Saint-Etienne), Fabien Centouze (Metz), Pape Meïssa Ba (Grenoble), Vanderson (Monaco), Nuno Da Costa (Auxerre), Jean-Clair Todibo (Nice), Samuel Gigot (Marseille) and Romain Salin (Rennes).

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It should also be noted that FC Nantes was fined €17,000 and the Loire stand closed for a suspended match following the use of pyrotechnic devices during the match at La Beaujoire against Losc, the August 12.

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