what Eric Bailly risks after his red card and his big mistake

Eric Bailly, who was sent off on Saturday during the round of 32 final of the Coupe de France against Hyères for a big foul on Almike Moussa N’Diaye, admitted to the intensive care unit, risks between four and six games of suspension.

Eric Bailly’s fight ended on Saturday in Martigues. Holding against Hyères (N2) in the 32nd final of the Coupe de France (2-0), the defender received a straight red card after only 15 minutes of play While the score was still 0-0, the player was 28 years old. logically excluded after an uncontrolled and extremely dangerous gesture on Almike Moussa N’Diaye. Eager to win the ball back, the Marseillais actually wiped his crampons on the chest of the Hyérois midfielder.

After his expulsion, his case will be quickly investigated by the Federal Disciplinary Commission. According to our information, he risks between four (gross gross foul) and six fixed matches if Varois has ITT. He is already suspended for the trip to Troyes on Wednesday (9pm).

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N’Diaye admitted to intensive care “as a precaution”

hurt by Eric BaillyAlmike Moussa N’Diaye was transported to the Nord Hospital in Marseille, where he was admitted to the intensive care unit, the president of the Var club told AFP. Mourad Boudjellal. “He was transferred to Nordhospitalet and they admitted him to intensive care as a precaution,” Boudjellal said, adding that his player had earlier been taken to a hospital in Martigues.

“We pray that everything goes well for him. He is a great boy and one of our best elements,” added the former boss of Rugby Club Toulonnais. In the beginning, the staff at the N2 club (4th division) had been quite reassuring. “More fear than injury, nothing serious, maybe a concussion,” assistant coach Zaki Noubir told Maritima radio. “Bailly quickly came to our dressing room to offer his shirt and above all to hear from him,” he added.

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