Paris Saint-Germain supporters are banned from traveling to Marseille on Sunday to attend the match at the top of the 11th day of Ligue 1, according to a decree from the Ministry of the Interior published on Wednesday in the Official Journal. From Saturday midnight to Sunday midnight, "
the individual or collective movement
" of supporters of the PSG is prohibited between the municipalities of the region of Ile-de-France and Marseille, according to the decree which mentions the relations "
marked by animosity since many years
”between the supporters of the two football clubs. The ministry argues, on the one hand, that "
the movements of the PSG club are frequently a source of public disorder
" and that, on the other hand, "
" supporters of theOM do "
frequently proof of their violent behavior
He recounts the recent incidents that occurred on the sidelines of OM matches, such as September 30 during a meeting against the Turks of Galatasaray.
The Europa League match was briefly interrupted and 32 members of the security forces were injured.
The Bouches-du-Rhône police headquarters had, for its part, in a decree of October 5, prohibited access to the Vélodrome to PSG fans in view of Sunday's meeting.
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