Angers-OM incidents: up to one year suspended prison sentence required against five Angevin supporters

According to information from theAFP, sentences ranging from two months to one year suspended prison sentence accompanied by stadium bans of one to three years were requested this Wednesday by the Angers criminal court against five Angevin supporters in the case of the incidents of the match between the SCO and Olympique de Marseille last September. The five individuals are aged 22 to 35, they had been indicted for “unauthorized entry into a sports competition with the intention of disturbing it” and three of them were also indicted for “violence committed in a meeting in a sports arena”.

According to the press agency, an investigation is still underway on the Marseille side to determine the responsibility of the Olympian supporters in his incidents. The two clubs had been sanctioned in October by the LFP disciplinary committee, OM had received a suspended one-point withdrawal and the Angevins had been sanctioned with two matches behind closed doors, one of which was suspended. and a fine of 20 euros. Regarding the sanctions for the five supporters, the criminal court will make its decision on June 8.

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