Frappart attacked and evacuated by the police

Frappart attacked and evacuated by the police
Frappart attacked and evacuated by the police

At the whistle of the Greek Cup final this Saturday evening, Stéphanie Frappart had to be evacuated by the local police following the match.

Incredible and deplorable scene observed this Saturday evening during the final of the Greek Cup between Panathinaikos and Aris Salonika. While the match was being played behind closed doors, international referee Stéphanie Frappart was pushed around by the players and managers of the defeated team. Salonika in this case.

No less than three red cards had to be distributed during this meeting without brilliance or relief but played at loggerheads. All were brandished in the second half, and Aris collected two, which provoked the ire of the Salonika staff.

The president of Aris threatening

The winning goal for Panathinaikos – the only achievement of the match – having been scored at the end of added time (90e+7), the annoyance of Aris executives has become anger, particularly – and particularly – against the French official.

Grappled by the president of Aris, Theodoros Karypidis, in particular, Stéphanie Frappart suffered such a flood of invective that the person concerned had to leave the field under police escort. Sad epilogue to an evening which unfortunately confirms the current excesses of football. Greek in particular.

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