RMC Sport report tonight that a Marseille supporter has been placed under investigation for launching a flare in their Champions League match against Eintracht Frankfurt, an act which has been described as “attempted murder” by the authorities after a German supporter of 65 was injured.

The club have decided not to comment, but the upper management are said to have rapidly understood the gravity of the situation, having seen UEFA’s report and the opposing supporter’s injuries, and decided not to appeal the sanction which saw them play two games behind closed doors.

President Pablo Longoria, in a recent meeting with supporters, pointed out that they were “millimetres away” from there being a death at the match, and said that if crowd trouble continued and caused the club to be excluded from European competition, he would leave the club. Supporters responded that the Vélodrome’s security was not doing enough to keep out individuals who could intrude and cause trouble, which has led the club to look into improving the safety of the stadium, notably the away stand.


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