This sanction follows incidents that occurred during the reception of Strasbourg (1-1), Sunday, September 4, on behalf of the 6th day of the championship.
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Thunder in Brest. The LFP Disciplinary Committee announced on Thursday, September 29, that the SB29 had received a suspended penalty point, as well as a partial closed session for its next two home matches. The Breton club will indeed have to close its Quimper stand against Lorient, Sunday October 9, and Clermont, Sunday October 23, because of the i’sincidents that occurred during the match against Strasbourg on 4 September.
According to the Professional Football League, Brest supporters threw projectiles at an official during this match, which ended with a parity score at the Francis-Le Blé stadium. (1-1). The coach of Strasbourg, Julien Stéphan, had notably received two yellow cards and had, as a result, been expelled from the field by the referee Bastien Dechepy.
Bad news for Brest, who are currently 19th in Ligue 1 with five points after eight days.