Moroccan Football Federation punishes clubs after violent incidents
The Football Association indicates that the incidents took place off the field and explains so the responsibility at the Ministry of the Interior reports the newspaper Al Massae today.
"The Federation may consider no punitive sanctions against the supporters, because the game went normally and there were no acts of vandalism. The incidents took place on the way to the bus station. The decision to ban any organized transport of the public remains the responsibility of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, "said the FRMF, that the ball doesn't bounce to the Department by Mohamed Hassad, the Minister of the Interior .
The Moroccan Football Federation has earlier sanctions imposed against clubs in which the incidents outside the stadium were held. This was the case then it was decided to join a previously played match penalties by 4 games without an audience to play after similar incidents that occurred in the streets of Casablanca had played. This was at a football game between Raja and FAR and became the "Black Thursday".