Witnesses to the incident mentioned they noticed Mr Bache being caught by hooligans and receiving three or 4 violent blows to the top, together with whereas he was on the ground.
Kosov was sentenced to 10 years in jail on Monday, whereas Ivkin was handed a three-year sentence.
The pair had been on trial within the southern French port metropolis of Marseille accused of “gang violence with weapons, resulting in everlasting infirmity”.
That they had been held in a French jail since March 2018.
Mr Bache’s son Harry represented him in court docket and confronted his father’s alleged assailants.
Mr Bache’s lawyer, Olivier Rosato, mentioned that the assault left his shopper severely disabled and he can not bear to return to Marseille.
“It’s a call that satisfies the household,” mentioned Mr Rosato.
“They wished Kosov’s sentence to be extreme as a result of he was the primary to punch Andrew, and from behind, inflicting him to smash his head on the bottom, which was granite.”
Mr Rosato mentioned that the 2 have additionally been banned from returning to France after they’ve served their sentences.
The riots in Marseille’s Previous Port district lasted for a number of days, each earlier than and after a match between England and Russia.
Police fired tear gasoline and water cannons at rival followers who had been rioting across the metropolis, a largely unsuccessful try to rein in violence that authorities mentioned left a number of folks injured.
Some followers walked via the town bare-chested and with blood dripping from head wounds.
French inside minister Bernard Cazeneuve mentioned on the time that “as soon as once more, as over the past 30 years, a global soccer competitors has been the scene of clashes between violent folks claiming to be supporters of their nationwide workforce”.
Extra reporting by Related Press.