OM lists his complaints this season – Muricas News
OM feels aggrieved and makes it identified. Three days after the defeat at Lens (2-1) which allowed the Sang et Or to steal second place within the Ligue 1 standings from the Phocaeans, the Marseille membership revealed this Tuesday night an extended press launch purported to record a “important variety of disputed selections” which might “have already got a significant impression on the course of his season”. A technique nearly unprecedented within the latest historical past of French soccer.
“Olympique de Marseille notes an accumulation of selections taken in opposition to it in the course of the 2022-2023 season”, writes the membership, contemplating itself “compelled to react”. The primary of Marseille’s complaints issues what he describes as “unfair remedy linked to a scarcity of uniformity within the guidelines of use” of video arbitration. He thus denounces the choices taken throughout Lens-Marseille (a objective granted then canceled to Alexis Sanchez), Monaco-Marseille (a penalty which might have been forgotten) and even in the course of the clasico first leg.
The second a part of his tears issues “the event of sports activities calendars” which might be “incoherent” in a “flagrant” means. OM, greater than every other group, would have needed to “come to phrases with matches on Friday evenings” after they returned from worldwide breaks. OM would even have suffered the total brunt of the Coupe de France remaining because of the “decisive” matches performed by the 2 groups involved (Toulouse and Nantes) three days later (in opposition to Lens and Brest).
Lastly, OM additionally factors the finger on the Disciplinary Committee of the LFP. Earlier than concluding: “Contemplating the stakes and the impression of those selections, Olympique de Marseille is asking for extra respect for it and extra consistency in future decision-making with a view to assure the equity of competitions, assuming that this basic precept should still be preserved”. No extra no much less.