The Minister of Sport quotes “30,000 to 40,000 people” without tickets or with fake tickets

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09:09 : This is the hour of the point on the news

• Sports Minister Amélie Oudéa-Castéra talks about “30,000 to 40,000 people” without a ticket or with fake tickets near the Stade de France on Saturday night. Today, a meeting with “all stakeholders (…) to draw all conclusions” and “find faults”. Follow our concert.

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• This is a monument to French football that belongs to the second tier. Defeated on penalties by Auxerre in their promotion-relegation fight, Saint-Etienne relegated to L2. There were violent incidents after the match in and around Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium.

09:05 : Two days after the scenes of chaos ahead of the Champions League final around the Stade de France, English fans indicated they would defend themselves. The regular Champions League Finals say the Reds fans have not been the cause of the mess. Young French, they were young French! I have not seen any supporters from England trying to overcome the barriers. I only saw the locals trying to climb, push the door, go through all means“, he is complaining.

09:04 : “Of course, we know in our country, let’s be proud that we organize large sports events, the latest history has shown that, we organized the Euro and it went very well in terms of safety and sports organization. Say it”defines Clément Beaune on France 2.

08:44 “The events at the Stade de France are very serious, and the Sports Minister will gather all the players this morning to understand what happened. »🗨 @CBeaune Minister Delegate, responsible for Europe ▶ # Les4V @Caroline_Roux #UEFA https://t.co/XEBABc6UIH

08:47 : Clément Beaune, Minister Delegate for Europe, assures in The 4 Truths about France 2 that the events that took place at the Stade de France “they are very serious”. “There were very serious failures, he addswe know that there were a number of elements, there was no doubt a large amount of counterfeit notes, there were organizational problems, there was a transport strike that led to confusion, it is not about shaming each other. “

08:22 : “I have never seen such disorganization around the Stade de France.”

Asked about franceinfo, Stéphane Troussel, PS Chairman of the Seine-Saint-Denis Departmental Council, “Requires a quick, transparent study of these dysfunctions”. “I don’t want Seine-Saint-Denis and its people to be the scapegoats of this disorganization.”he adds.

08:50 : The number of over-cheering fans, between 30,000 and 40,000 at the Stade de France, is mentioned in a report by Paris Police Chief Didier Lallement. This influx caused crowd movement on some roadblocks, prompting the prefect to decide to lift some checks to avoid tragedy“. According to the prefect, the system set up with 6,800 policemen and gendarmes worked, no incident was reported in the two fan zones installed in Paris and Saint-Denis.

08:07 : 💬 #StadeDeFrance incidents: “Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin will be present at the meeting at 11:00” to summarize the failures, explains Minister of Sport, Amelie Oudéa-Castera, guest @VenturaAlba at #RTLMatin https: / /t.co/ IrAW0mTjX8

08:06 : “Objective [de cette réunion] is to establish responsibilities, analyze incidents and take all responsibility (…) We will all be very mobilized to establish these responsibilities, which are numerous: UEFA, the organizer, certainly no flight attendants at the level of what was planned by the French Football Association, the problem also tight control areas.

08:50 : The Minister of Sport, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, states that the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, “will be present at the meeting at 11:00” an inventory of the faults that occurred at the Stade de France was planned.

08:06 : According to the minister, between 30,000 and 40,000 people had forged tickets or did not have tickets. “We need to understand where these counterfeit banknotes come from and how they could have been produced in such large quantities”she adds.

7:50 am : 💬 #StadeDeFrance incidents: “We are able to organize large sports events! France has real know-how, I’m not worried, but we have to learn from it, “said Minister of Sport Amelie Oudéa-Castéra, guest of #RTLMatin (cc @ AOC1978) https://t.co/oEIf3iVyOV

07:49 : RTL guest, Sports Minister Amélie Oudéa-Castéra has returned to the events that took place on Saturday at the Stade de France. France “capable of organizing major sporting events”. “France has real know-how, I’m not worried, but we have to learn from it”she believes.

06:50 : Even the regional press is interested in this. Free lunch address “Red card” to the authorities, Midi Dispatch summons “shame” and Independent he is more reserved when he talks about “dispute”.

06:44 : Parisian and Edition a return to the chaos that accompanied the C1 final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Two newspapers refer to “failure”.

06:38 : To analyze the incidents of last night at #LigueDesChampions and learn from our top sporting events, tomorrow morning I will connect @UEFA, @FFF, @StadeFrance, @prefpolice, Ministry of Sports, @ Prefet93 and @VilleSaintDenis.

7:50 am : Minister of Sport and Olympic Games Amélie Oudéa-Castéra will be RTL’s guest this morning. She will return to the excesses that took place on the sidelines of the Champions League final on Saturday night before the meeting that will be held at the ministry with all the actors she announced on Twitter.

7:45 am : Of course we start with the point in the news.

• This is a monument to French football that belongs to the second tier. Defeated on penalties by Auxerre in their promotion-relegation fight, Saint-Etienne relegated to L2. There were violent incidents after the match in and around Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium.

• Controversy continues after Saturday’s chaos in front of the Stade de France during the Champions League final. Today, a meeting is held at the Ministry of Sport convened by Amélie Oudéa-Castér with “all stakeholders (…) to draw all conclusions” and “find faults”.

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