The disciplinary committee of the LFP ordered the closure of a stand at the Raymond Kopa stadium in Angers and visitor parking lots during OM matches away, as a precaution, after the incidents on the sidelines of the Angers match. Marseille Wednesday evening.
Lille-OM without visitor parking
The sanctions will come into force for the two clubs from the 9th day of Ligue 1 on October 3 and will last the time of the investigation of the case, said the Professional Football League in a press release.
Final decisions are expected on October 6, when the instructor's report is delivered.
On Wednesday, after the match in Angers (0-0), dozens of Marseille supporters left the visitors' parking lot to face the Angevin Ultras in the neighboring stand, without there being any injuries to deplore, before the stewards do not restore order.
The partial closure measure concerns the Coubertin stand, one of the three active stands of the Raymond Kopa Stadium, where the Ultras Angevins take place, among others.
It will be closed for the Angers-Metz match on October 3.
At the same time, the visitors' parking lot will be closed to Marseille supporters as from OM's trip to Lille on October 3.
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