Marseille president Pablo Longoria: “It’s time to change because what happened is unacceptable. We have to act.”

In speaking with La Provence, Marseille president Pablo Longoria addressed recent crowd trouble at the Velodrome and the club’s plan to tackle further incidents, when asked about the lack of fans for the Champions League tie with Sporting Lisbon as a result of related sanctions, Longoria said:

“It frustrates me to see what happened in our stadium in the Champions League. It’s not acceptable. This will be part of a more important reflection for all involved with OM – the authorities, the supporters and the club. It’s time to change things because what happened is unacceptable. As a club, we have to act. We’ve already started by doing work in the away fans’ area of the ground. We must improve it and avoid eye contact between supporters. We must also improve the pre-game screening, so that no more prohibited objects are taken into the stadium. We must also improve the security around the perimeter and make a plan around the stadium to prevent people without tickets from accessing the ground. To do these types of things, we need everyone and we need awareness on the part of our supporters. They must understand that certain things are not tolerable.”

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