Marseille supporters turn against Evra for kicking fan

Marseille fans have told Patrice Evra he is no longer welcome at the club after the defender kicked a supporter in the head.

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Marseille supporters display banners reading "Love of the jersey, respect for supporters, professionalism, is it too much to ask?", prior to a match between Marseille and Caen, at the Velodrome stadium, in Marseille, southern France on Sunday. Fans were reacting to Marseille's Patrice Evra kicking the head of a supporter before a match against Vitoria SC Guimaraes earlier this week. (Claude Paris/Associated Press)

​Marseille fans have told Patrice Evra he is no longer welcome at the club after the defender kicked a supporter in the head.

Evra was suspended by Marseille on Friday, a day after he confronted a fan and aimed a kick at his head before a Europa League game in Portugal.

Evra, who appeared to make light contact with his foot, had shortly before aimed a punch at the same fan.

Fans held aloft two banners criticizing Evra before Sunday's home match against Caen at Stade Velodrome.

"This Game Is Over," read one in English, mocking Evra's regular posts on social media where he films himself talking about football and says "I love this game" as he breaks into laughter.

Another banner, in French, read: "Love for the jersey. Respect for supporters. Professionalism. Is that too much to ask?"

Other fans chanted against Evra during the match against Caen.