If Olympique de Marseille is making a good start to the season, OM remain in the sights of the LFP. Following the recent actions of Marseille supporters, the League has decided to sanction the Marseille club.
OM again sanctioned by the LFP
Olympique de Marseille has definitely not yet finished with its trouble with the Professional Football League. On Wednesday, the League’s Disciplinary Commission met again and has new sanctions in Marseille. OM were fined 60,000 euros for the use of pyrotechnic devices during the reception of Stade Rennais (day 6). Which also decided the closure for a suspended game of the grandstand hosting the Dodgers and MTP sectors. These new sentences a few days after the last pronounced by the authority to their meeting of the Marseille formation.
Marseille in the sights of the LFP
The Disciplinary Commission of the LFP had already ordered Olympique de Marseille to pay a fine following the use of smoke during the reception of AS Saint-Étienne. The League had condemned OM to a fine of 30,000 euros, including 16,000 € by revocation of the suspension. The body had also decided to close two suspended games of the Commando Ultra 84 and Fanatics sectors of the Orange Vélodrome. Earlier in the season, two Marseille players had found themselves in the eye of the LFP. Dimitri Payet and Allvaro González respectively received a suspended suspension game and two suspension games. This followed the warm-ups at the Allianz Riviera against OGC Nice. OM physical trainer, Pablo Fernandez is suspended from the sidelines, referee locker room and all official functions until June 2022.