l'OM fans allowed to travel
Marseille have successfully appealed against the league¿s decision to stop their fans travelling
Last Updated: 26/10/10 6:35pm
Marseille have successfully appealed against the French Football League's decision to stop their fans from travelling to the Paris Saint Germain game on November 7th.
Both of last season's game between the two sides was marred by violence which resulted in the death of one PSG fan.
In a bid to stop a repeat of the violence, the LFP banned away fans from travelling to these fixtures this term.
However, the decision has now been overruled prompting Marseille president Jean-Claude Dassier to criticise the league for making the decision without consulting the teams.
Meanwhile, Marseille coach Didier Deschamps is refusing to get carried away after his side came from behind to beat Marseille 3-1.
Deschamps has come under a lot of scrutiny in recent weeks but is maintaining his calm.
"We are not going to get too excited after this result," Deschamps told L'Equipe.
"Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of negativity rather than optimism.
"This match was very challenging but the result is one that we can build on."