UEFA punishes Marseille with a game behind closed doors in the Europa League and threatens to remove the club from the competition

The governing body of the European Football Union has sanctioned, this Wednesday, the Gauls, after their supporters caused a series of riots in various games in the 2017/18 competition.

The Gauls, club where the Portuguese player Rolando plays, will still have to pay 100,000 euros and have been warned that if problems persist in the next two seasons the club may be banned from UEFA competitions.

Marseille's radicals caused problems in the Europa League final in Lyon when the club lost to Atletico de Madrid (3-0). The club will also have to pay for the damages caused to the venue, as well as for those resulting from the encounters with the Germans of Leipzig and the Austrians of Salzburg - a city where disturbances also happened.

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