OM will host PSG this Sunday on behalf of the 25th day of Ligue 1. But once again, Parisian supporters have been banned from traveling, like those of OM on the way out. Hope is present until the last minute among the supporters before a prefectural decree is decreed. This time, it was the Macron government that took up the subject.
It’s a historic season that we are experiencing since OM and the PSG will meet for the third time. But as in the two previous meetings, the visitor parking lot will sound hollow. A sad habit since the Parisians no longer saw the Velodrome since 2015 while the last trip of the Marseillais dates back to 2018. The threat of excesses is such that the government Macron entered the discussion to make a huge decision.
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“Significant risks of disturbing public order”
This Thursday, supporters of PSG learned that they were once again banned from traveling to the meeting in Marseilles. This is actually a request from the government Macron. RMC Sports obtained a letter dated February 22, the day before this announcement, addressed to the interim president of the FFF Philippe Diallo and signed by Alexandre Brugerethe president of the cabinet of the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin. This last point significant risks of disturbing public order, contrary to any sportsmanship and has a terrible consequence. Indeed, it resulted in a decree of the Minister of the Interior prohibiting supporters of PSG to move. If it is not respected, those who attempt to defy the ban incur enormous penalties.
A heavy fine, prison and a stadium ban!
Woe to the supporters of PSG who will try to make the trip to Velodrome. The latter risk up to 6 months in prison, a fine of €30,000 and an additional stadium ban. Just that…