Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Marseille sack Patrice Evra for kicking fan

Marseille sack Patrice Evra for kicking fan

It means he misses Marseille's two remaining Europa League group matches and the knock-out phase if they progress that far.

This comes as a result of the Frenchman getting sent off before kick-off, following the delivery of a kick to the head of a certain supporter before Marseille played Vitoria in the Europa League last week.

On Friday it was announced by Marseille his contract had been terminated "by mutual consent" and he would leave the club immediately.

Video showed him appearing to aim a kick at one of several Marseille fans who had seemingly scaled barriers to reach the advertising hoardings.

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Marseille defender Patrice Evra has been given a lengthy suspension for his part in an altercation with a supporter last week.

Newcastle United fans, though, seem to be open to the idea of having Evra playing for Rafael Benitez's side and want the club to sign the left-back. The player's contract is officially terminated with immediate effect.

"However, nothing in the background and especially in the form, justified such a skid, especially from a senior player as experienced whose attitude on the ground and off should inspire the youngest".

Marseille were also hit with a €25,000 fine and then "ordered to contact Vitoria SC within 30 days for the settlement of the damages caused by its supporters".

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Club president Frank McCourt also described Evra's actions as "unacceptable", according to La Provence (h/t AFP, via Sky Sports).

'If the club is particularly attached to the atmosphere and recognises the tireless and sometimes hard work of groups of supporters, it intends to punish those of them who make this kind of slippage.

"No meeting today with Jacques Henri Eyraud". "For Marseille fans, too, who are stigmatized by the irresponsible behavior from a handful of them".

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