After the international break, OM has an appointment withAngers SCO. The Marseille club has just received two good news in the face of this scare.
OM: Marseille fans allowed to travel to Angers
If Olympique de Marseille is on a string of poor results in the Champions League with two defeats in as many games, the situation is quite different on the national scene. The Marseille club is having an excellent start to the season in the championship. OM is currently second in Ligue 1 with 20 points, just behind Paris Saint-Germain on 22 points. Kept in check at home against Stade de Rennais (1-1), the Marseilles will therefore try to return to victory in the second leg of the international break.
the men ofIgor Tudormove onto the pitch of the Raymond Kopa stadium to face Angers SCO as part of matchday 9 of Ligue 1. Huge concern was already hanging over this match scheduled for September 30. Because last season violent incidents broke out between supporters of both sides. The risk of Marseille fans being banned from traveling for the clash Angers SCO-OM it was therefore very real. Unless the local authorities have decided otherwise.
According to information released by provencethe displacement of Olympique de Marseille supporters it is finally authorized by the Prefecture of Maine-et-Loire in Angers, but within a very strict framework. A total of 500 fans are expected in the Raymond Kopa Stadium visitor parking lot. Therefore, OM was able to count on the support of its public during this meeting. And that’s not all, as coach Igor Tudor could also count on a defensive reinforcement for this trip to Angers.
OM: Éric Bailly returns soon from injury
Affected in the thigh and unavailable for three weeks, eric bailly could resume competition sooner than expected. The Ivorian international is currently working indoors to return to the pitch as soon as possible. The recovery of the center-back on loan from Manchester United also seems to be on the right track, according to his latest images posted on social networks. Therefore, the 28-year-old could be operational for the Angers-OM clash. His trainer Igor Tudor had also indicated that he hopes to have his defensive rock “as soon as the international truce ends.”