Coupe de France Preview – Red Star FC v Arles-Avignon

There may be a division between these two teams, as Red Star welcome Arles-Avignon to the Stade Bauer, but there isn’t actually much of a gap. Red Star lie third in National on 29 points, just three points off their city rivals Paris FC at the winter break; Arles-Avignon are dead last in Ligue 2 with ten points after 18 […]

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PREVIEW – Lyon v Monaco: Coupe de la Ligue Huitiemes


As an aperitif before the last game of the year and the Christmas break, we have the last sixteen round of the Coupe de la Ligue, with the European teams joining in the fun. Last Round Round-Up Three Ligue 2 teams made it through, and all played Ligue 1 opposition away from home, with varying degrees of difficulty. Arles-Avignon needed […]

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Ligue 2 Preview: 2014/15


Ligue 2 kicks off on Friday night and it is set to be a very exciting and unpredictable season. Our resident Ligue 2 expert Steve Wyss brings you up to date with all the summer goings on, and looks at the contenders up and down the table. Promotion contenders When mentioning promotion contenders, the first place to start has to […]

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Valenciennes Relegated Again: VAFC v DNCG


Last season was not a happy one for Valenciennes, who hit the relegation zone after five games and never dragged themselves out of it. They changed managers, bringing in Ariel Jacobs for Daniel Sanchez, they got in Abdul Majeed Waris on loan in January, but it didn’t work. Their season featured not one, but two seven-game losing streaks, at the beginning of […]

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Coupe de France: AS Cannes v EA Guingamp

AS Cannes and the windmills of Moulins are the two lowest-ranked teams left in the Coupe de France, and if ever there was a fairy tale set to continue in this competition, the Dragons of Cannes are the perfect characters, and this time they’re the good guys. Ligue 1 sides Saint-Etienne and Montpellier have already been scorched, and now EA […]

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Coupe de France Quarter Finals – Tilting at Windmills…

The magic’s back. Eight teams, including two from the fourth tier of French football, will be fighting it out for a place in the semi-final, hoping for an iconic piece of silverware and a place in Europe next season. No replays. No names on shirts. No messing. Tuesday 25 March 19.45 GMT – Moulins (CFA) 0-0 (2-4 on penalties) Angers (Ligue 2) […]

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