PSG without its Ultras for a Champions League match? Not right away, but in the future it is a very likely hypothesis. The Auteuil corner was the scene of a massive burst of smoke bombs during the match between Paris and Milan at the end of October (3-0 victory for PSG). The UEFA disciplinary committee decided to hit the table by imposing a fine of €75,000 and a suspended partial closed session on the capital club. This concerns the entire Tribune Auteuil, upper and lower sectors. “This partial closure of the stadium is suspended for a probationary period of two years from the date of this decision,” it is specified. Clearly, the next time the smoke goes off in the stands of the Park, the sanction will fall. Beaten in Milan (2-1) last Tuesday, Luis Enrique's players, second in group F in C1, host Newcastle on October 28, during the fifth day of the group stage.
Note that PSG also receives a fine of €18,000 for “blocking public passages” and another of €5,000 “for invasion of the playing field”. An individual had entered the pitch during the same game.