After the interruption of the match between OL and OM on Sunday evening, two hours after Marseille captain Dimitri Payet received a bottle throw, Sports Ministers Roxana Maracineanu said on franceinfo, this Monday, that the authorities of football had to take responsibility.

After the OL-OM match interrupted in Ligue 1 on Sunday evening following a bottle throw thrown at Marseille captain Dimitri Payet, the Minister for Sports Roxana Maracineanu estimated, on franceinfo this Monday, that this situation should stop, and called on football authorities to take their responsibilities.

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“French football leaders must stop hiding behind their little finger,” the minister said. “This is the sixth attack in the world of football, it has to stop.” “The league needs to come with its problems, put everything on the table,” she said. “It’s up to the League to solve its problem,” said Roxana Maracineanu.

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Roxana Maracineanu also warned the leaders of French football: “It is the survival of French football that is at stake, its economic model,” she said. “We cannot afford to deplore the fact that football rights are constantly falling, we cannot allow a broadcaster who bought the rights to have to furnish, as he did brilliantly, for an hour , While the match, we do not know if it will stop or continue. It is a world where there are millions of euros which are at stake, “she recalled. “We cannot collectively remember that it is like this.”

“Everyone must take their responsibilities at the right time,” said the minister. “There are things to change so that the referees have the elbow room to make their decision,” she said, while this Sunday evening, it took two hours of discussions between the referee, the presidents of club and the security authorities to permanently suspend the match.

“You have to listen to the prefect, but don’t come back saying ‘it’s the prefect who decided’, it’s the referee who decides after listening to everyone present,” said the minister. “The referee needs to know what he can and cannot do. Today it is not marked in black and white in the rules. The league has to look to know how far we change the rules.” , insisted the minister.

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