Jean Fournet Fayard
- Category : Sports-Business-Coach-Manager-Owner
- Type : PSP
- Profile : 5/2 - Heretical / Hermit
- Definition : Split - Small (16,20,31,45)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Demands 2
French pharmacist and administrative manager of St. Lipha, involved in the Furiani-Bastia case.
A former soccer player and former trainer, he was vice-president of the team 1981-'84 and president of the FFF (French Football Federation) 1985-'94. At the trial, he was convicted on 6/01/1992 of manslaughter and involuntary injuring; later the conviction was overturned and he was acquitted.
The trial opened on 1/04/1995 at 2.30 PM in Bastia, France. The situation was this: French soccer match at the Furiani Stadium in Bastia; the semi finals of the Coupe de France that opposed the Bastia and Marseille soccer teams at the Furiani stadium. It ended in tragedy after the collapse at 8:20 PM of a temporary stand erected for fans, with 17 people dead and 2,357 injured.
Fayard married 8/06/1954.