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After its painful but precious success against Troyes this Sunday, Olympique de Marseille is already planning its next match. This Wednesday, the Phocéens move on the lawn of Nantes on the occasion of the 16th day of the championship, with the firm intention of winning to start a new series. A meeting where Jorge Sampaoli should be able to count on an almost complete group, but with less key element: his supporters.
Indeed, the Loire-Atlantique prefecture has indicated that it is prohibiting parking, traffic and access to the Beaujoire stadium to OM supporters this Wednesday, December 1. This is the fourth time in a row that the Marseillais will play away without their supporters after Lyon, Clermont and Lille. The last time was in Angers in September, and we know the rest.
On the occasion of his trip to the lawn of FC Nantes, Olympique de Marseille (OM) will not be able to count on its supporters, who are prohibited from traveling. This is the fourth time in a row that this has happened for the Marseillais.