fine and stand closed for two matches at the Velodrome

The Disciplinary Tribunal of the Football League recorded these sanctions after the incidents that took place on the sideline of the clasico of 28 October.

Supporters of OM for the game against PSG, stage Vélodrome, 28 October.

The disciplinary committee of the professional football competition (LFP) on Wednesday (November 7) put two final matches on the lower part of the southern bend of the Vélodrome and a fine of € 50,000 in Olympique de Marseille in response to throwing objects and pyrotechnical devices use during the OM-PSG championship game.

On this clasico that counts for the 11e Liga 1 day, 28 October, Phocean fans had disturbed corners by throwing objects at Parisians. There had also been collisions with the security forces around the stadium, but these were not within the competence of the disciplinary committee of the LFP.

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