Following the incidents that occurred at the end of the match between Angers and OM on Wednesday evening (0-0), the disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) held an extraordinary emergency meeting on Thursday evening.
A month after a Nice-OM interrupted by the irruption of supporters from the Riviera and four days after a derby between Lens and Lille very stormy in the stands, the post-match between Angers and Marseille has degenerated.
Some of the Marseille supporters left the parking lot reserved for them at the Raymond-Kopa stadium to reach the lawn and try to do battle with ultra Angevin.
The disciplinary commission has decided to close a platform in Angers and to suspend travel for OM supporters as a precaution.
A final decision will be made on October 6
“In view of the serious excesses that occurred after the Angers SCO - Olympique de Marseille meeting (7th matchday in Ligue 1 Uber Eats), the LFP's Disciplinary Commission decided to put the case under investigation and pronounced the following two measures as a precaution:
Closure of the Coubertin stand at the Raymond-Kopa stadium until the final measure is pronounced.
The Angers SCO - FC Metz meeting scheduled for Sunday October 3, 2021 at 3 p.m. is affected by this precautionary measure.
Closure of the visitors' parking lot at Olympique de Marseille for away matches until the final measure is pronounced.
The LOSC Lille - Olympique de Marseille meeting scheduled for Sunday October 3, 2021 at 5 p.m. is affected by this precautionary measure.
The decisions will be rendered at the end of the session of Wednesday, October 6, 2021 during which the instructor will submit his report ”indicates the LFP in a press release.