Particularly annoyed by the behavior of Jean-Michel Aulas, Dimitri Payet wanted to settle accounts with the president of OL, but he changed his mind.
We came close to having one more episode in the war betweenOlympique Lyonnais and theOlympic Marseille. After the incidents of the meeting at Groupama Stadium on November 21, where he received a bottle in the face thrown by a Gones supporter, Dimitri Payet was particularly affected.
The OM playmaker suffered from the chain of events. The bottle throwing, at first, then all that followed: the insults coming from the stands while he was on the ground, the total lack of support from the players and the Lyon staff, and finally, not to nothing to fix, lare multiple “Small sentences” by Jean-Michel Aulas in the hours and days following the meeting.
Payet avoids a new controversy
Payet would have a lot to say about the president of OL, but he preferred to keep everything to himself, according to L’Equipe. The former Nantes resident wanted ” settle accounts “ with Aulas in the letter he published last week in the columns of Le Monde, where he spoke about violence in the stadiums. But Payet held back, preferring ” take height “ on the subject, and avoid a new controversy.
As a reminder, the game was given to be replayed, and a penalty point was imposed on Olympique Lyonnais. Convicted of threatening remarks against Mr. Buquet, the referee of the match, Jean-Michel Aulas was suspended for 10 matches, 5 of which were suspended.