The Portuguese club coach requests a permit for fans to travel

The Portuguese club coach requests a permit for fans to travel

Roger Schmidt asked the authorities to allow fans to travel to this European match and to allow both the French and Portuguese ultras to support their team.

Benfica Lisbon coach Roger Schmidt called on Wednesday for an agreement that would allow French fans to attend the Benfica-Marseille match in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals, which will be held on Thursday in the Portuguese capital.

“We want to reach an agreement so that Marseille fans can attend the match at Luz and Benfica fans can also attend the match.” The German coach said in a press conference in Marseille.

The technician reacted to the announcement by Benfica, which had decided the previous day to cancel tickets sold to Marseille fans for Thursday's match.

The action the club explains it has taken next “We have been officially notified by the French authorities of the decision to prevent the presence of Benfica fans in Marseille for the return match.” next week.

Therefore, the Lisbon club called on Marseille supporters on Tuesday not to go to Portugal and asked its fans not to make the trip to Marseille.

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