Two days before the friendly match between OM and AC Milan at the Vélodrome, more than 58,000 tickets have already been sold. The 60,000 mark should be crossed for the last friendly meeting of the Phocaeans before the resumption of the championship.
There will be a lot of people in the bays of the Vélodrome this Sunday. On the occasion of OM’s last friendly match against AC Milan (to be followed at 6 p.m. on RMC Story, RMC Sport 1, BFM Marseille Provence and BFM Toulon Var), the Marseille public will respond in large numbers to attend this legendary poster, 29 years after the Champions League final won by Basile Boli’s teammates in Munich.
According to La Provence, 58,250 places have already found takers. The side stands (Ganay and Jean-Bouin) are already full. This Friday, there are still subscriber places in turn. The bar of 60,000 spectators should be crossed, proof of an enormous enthusiasm for a simple friendly match.
OM in search of confidence
In front of their public, the Marseillais will try to fill up with confidence after a difficult preparation after a first success against Marignane Gignac (4-1). The Olympians then lost to Norwich (3-0) and Middlesbrough (2-0) before making draw against Betis Sevilla (1-1) Wednesday evening.
The situation is also turbulent behind the scenes. While the situation is announced to be tense between Igor Tudor and Gerson, the Brazilian midfielder has denied any clash on social networks. “All together, let’s think about the good of OM, wrote the Brazilian, in response to an article on the subject from the Brazilian media. Globe. We continue to work to grow, evolve and have a great season.” A season that will officially start on August 7 against Reims (8:45 p.m.).