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the Chamois Niortais and their leaders mocked on social networks

18th in the Ligue 2 football standings, the Chamois Niortais are play-offs. To hope to stay in this championship, they will have to face the Villefranche-Beaujolais club in a round-trip play-off.

They had nevertheless made an excellent start to the season by occupying the top of the Ligue 2 standings, but the Chamois Niortais are now in danger. They simply risk relegation to the National championship.

The club, which occupies the 18th place in the standings, will have to go through play-offs in a return leg against the third in National, Villefranche-Beaujolais.

And, the least we can say is that the victorious dynamic is not on the side of the Niortais. Niort has indeed two small victories in the last 25 games played. The Rhône players have been unbeaten for 10 games with 8 wins and two draws.

The leaders criticized

A record that is not encouraging and loosens languages ​​in Niort. The management of the club by Mickaël Hanouna, the sports director and his brother, the president and majority shareholder Eytan Hanouna, is the subject of criticism. Even if the club’s situation is catastrophic from a purely sporting point of view.

Simon Vuillemin, longtime supporter of the club and statistician on match nights at the René-Gaillard stadium, denounces on twitter a number of recent events attributable, according to him, to the two leaders of the club.

Among these errors, the story of the match lost on the green carpet against Valenciennes. This match which was to be played last December did not take place, it had been deprogrammed due to cases of coronavirus within the Chamois. But the Niort club had not provided the medical certificates of the players at five hours of kick-off. The competitions commission of the Professional Football League had then ruled and inflicted a 3/0 defeat to the Niortais. A game lost but not played which is expensive today.

In a different register, the tweet of the mayor of Niort, Jérôme Baloge to congratulate the Clermont-Ferrand football club which reaches Ligue 1 can make you smile.

Pascal Gastien, the Auvergne coach, in fact left the club in 2014, his expired contract had not been renewed by the management team at the time causing the anger and incomprehension of supporters.

Reached by phone, the financial director of the two-Sevrian club, Mickaël Hanouna does not wish to answer our questions for the moment.

We have been on a preparation camp since yesterday and therefore we are not in Niort.

Mickaël Hanouna, sports director of Chamois Niortais

The play-offs will be played for the first, Wednesday May 19 at Villefranche at 7 p.m. and for the second in Niort on Saturday May 22 at 8:45 p.m. Given that the curfew will continue at 9 p.m., the league’s competitions committee has decided that all play-offs will be played behind closed doors.

Mickaël Hanouna and Dylan Louiserre sanctioned

This Monday, May 17, the disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League severely sanctioned two Niortais. The captain Dylan Louiserre is suspended for one match and will therefore not play the play-off. A decision following “a third warning in a period including 10 official competition matches or by revocation of the stay” specifies the LFP on its website.

Another sanction, this time against the sports director, Mickaël Hanouna : for “his behavior at the end of the match during the 38th day of Ligue 2 BKT” (Chamois Niortais FC – EA Guingamp on May 15), he was awarded “eight matches of suspension from the sidelines, from the referees’ locker room and all official functions. ” The sanction taking effect on May 18 at midnight.

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