Benfica. Preventing Portuguese fans from traveling to Marseille in the European League?

Benfica.  Preventing Portuguese fans from traveling to Marseille in the European League?

Benfica fans may be banned from traveling to the Stade Velodrome to attend the match against Marseille, Thursday, April 18, in the second leg of the Europa League quarter-finals. According to information received from RMC SportThe Bouches-du-Rhône police, through their intelligence services, identified approximately 300 violent supporters out of 3,000 people who could fill the visitors' stand.

Marseille is also banned from traveling?

Contacted by RMC, OM indicates this “The club was not aware, at this stage, of the possibility of a decree banning Benfica Lisbon fans from traveling to Marseille. It is (Olympic Club) He believes that it would be unfortunate to deprive Portuguese fans of the opportunity to follow their team at the Orange Velodrome, and fears the application of the principle of reciprocity.

With a civil plan at the “emergency attack” level, caution appears to be due on the part of the French authorities. Especially since Portuguese supporters are accustomed to traveling by plane or bus in small groups, which makes it difficult for the authorities to control them.

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This decision may prevent Marseille fans from traveling during the quarter-final match at Luz Stadium on Thursday, April 11. A difficult decision to accept for the Olympic Club, as some fans have already organized to go to the Portuguese capital.

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