Paris Saint Germain coach Paul Le Guen has slammed the French League's disciplinary committee for their inconsistency.
Marseille striker Djibril Cisse escaped a suspension for his challenge on Mario Yepes which broke the defender's ankle.
PSG's Pierre-Alain Frau was banned for two months for injuring Sedan midfielder Stephane Noro in October.
While accepting Cisse did not deserve to be banned, Le Guen is unhappy the disciplinary committee have been inconsistent with their verdicts.
"The decision about Cisse was the right one, he didn't do it intentionally," Le Guen said.
"But the disciplinary committee has discredited itself with the difference between that decision and the Pierre-Alain Frau suspension.
"There is a difference of treatment. It is incomprehensible and inconsistent."
In Yepes' absence, Le Guen is likely to partner Sylvain Armand and David Rozehnal in PSG's defence.
Sammy Traore is another option, but has not been involved too much since Le Guen's arrival at the Parc des Princes.
"I am disappointed by my situation but I respect the coach's choices and will go on working," Traore told L'Equipe.
"I don't lose hope of getting an opportunity. The coach still says he relies on everyone.
"We will see."