Frankfurt fans ready to lead by example

This Wednesday evening, Olympique de Marseille travel to Frankfurt as part of Day 5 of the Champions League group stage. For this return match, the German supporters want to set an example.

In the first stage at the Orange Vélodrome, the German supporter, Michael Brehl, was wounded in the throat by a smoke bomb, and it would have even cost him more life, as the newspaper explains. The team.

“We cannot continue like this. We must take the necessary precautions or we will soon have a death. I hope to return to a stadium soon, but certainly not to Marseille.

However, no spirit of revenge on the German side. A German fan named John told the newspaper The team.

“We know how to create a fiery atmosphere, and OM will quickly realize that. Those who have sowed discord in Marseille are about fifty hooligans, who tarnish our image to a considerable extent.”

The other German supporter named Ralph wants to set an example.

“We will prove that we are able to welcome our opponents with a much better attitude than those at the Stade Vélodrome. We will create a hellish atmosphere that Marseille has never experienced.”

Frankfurt’s police chief expects a smooth process

Frankfurt police chief Stefan Müller says it should go well, at least no worse than at the Velodrome.

“We must ensure that the two camps can never cross paths, neither before, during nor after the match. In recent months we have already organized high-risk matches, notably against West Ham in the semi-finals of the Europa League. We are therefore convinced that operations will run smoothly.”

Hopefully there will be no overflow this Wednesday. OM can get their ticket to the round of 16 in case of wins and victory for Tottenham against Sporting Portugal.

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