Olympique de Marseille returned to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in four years, and in spite of going out in the group stage, the side made headlines in the UEFA Cup, knocking Liverpool, Internazionale and Newcastle United out on the way to the final, where the sending off of goalkeeper Fabien Barthez and the converted penalty kick from Valencia's Vicente saw Valencia eventually edge the game.

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  • L'Olympique de Marseille s'aligne pour la saison 2003-2004 en Ligue 1, en Coupe de France, en Coupe de la Ligue ainsi qu'en Ligue des champions de l'UEFA puis en Coupe UEFA. (fr)
  • Olympique de Marseille returned to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in four years, and in spite of going out in the group stage, the side made headlines in the UEFA Cup, knocking Liverpool, Internazionale and Newcastle United out on the way to the final, where the sending off of goalkeeper Fabien Barthez and the converted penalty kick from Valencia's Vicente saw Valencia eventually edge the game. In the domestic campaign, l'OM endured a disappointing campaign, where manager Alain Perrin was replaced by José Anigo early on, following the inability to hang onto the top teams. The end result was seventh, missing out even on UEFA Cup qualification, in spite of having the French player of the season in Didier Drogba in the team. The Ivorian striker netted 19 league goals and was instrumental to l'OM's fortunes in Europe, and following the season he was sold to Chelsea, where he went on to become top scorer in the Premier League twice. (en)
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  • L'Olympique de Marseille s'aligne pour la saison 2003-2004 en Ligue 1, en Coupe de France, en Coupe de la Ligue ainsi qu'en Ligue des champions de l'UEFA puis en Coupe UEFA. (fr)
  • Olympique de Marseille returned to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in four years, and in spite of going out in the group stage, the side made headlines in the UEFA Cup, knocking Liverpool, Internazionale and Newcastle United out on the way to the final, where the sending off of goalkeeper Fabien Barthez and the converted penalty kick from Valencia's Vicente saw Valencia eventually edge the game. (en)
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  • Saison 2003-2004 de l'Olympique de Marseille (fr)
  • 2003–04 Olympique de Marseille season (en)
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