OL Pride: Youthful Lyon Ready to Roar Again

OL prologations

While Monaco picked up ten players before the rest of the league had had a chance to even bookmark the LFP transfer page, and Marseille are shedding last season’s first team like they’ve got some form of bet on, things are a little bit different at the Stade Gerland. Yes, they’ve picked up Claudio ‘Air’ Beauvue from Guingamp and Jeremy ‘Free’ Morel […]

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Women’s Champions League Final : Frankfurt 2 – 1 PSG

PSG lose the WCL

PSG headed for Berlin on Thursday for their first ever appearance in the Champions League final. After a nervy semi-final second leg against Wolfsburg, PSG had held on to win 3-2 on aggregate. Three-time winners Frankfurt, meanwhile, had coasted in on a 13-0 aggregate win over Brondby, the second game featuring hat-tricks from Veronica Boquete and Celia Sasic, getting the German […]

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Foot Feminin : PSG to face Frankfurt in the WCL Final


After PSG went out of the Champions League to Barcelona last week, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi was talking up the possibility of the Parisiens pulling off an unprecedented domestic triple. On Sunday night, he was at Charlety to witness the Parisiennes booking a trip to Berlin and the possibility that there will indeed be European silverware in the trophy cabinet this season, […]

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Foot Feminin – Lyon win the Cup, Paris look to Berlin


It was a big weekend in women’s football, as Lyon faced Montpellier in the final of the Coupe de France, and PSG travelled to Wolfsburg for the first leg of their WCL semi-final. Women’s Champions League PSG ran out 2-0 winners in the first leg against a Wolfsburg team with some key absences in midfield (Kessler, Goessling) and whose defence […]

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Women’s Champions League : PSG in the Semi-Finals

Delie v Glasgow WCL

PSG have sealed their spot in the semi-finals of the WCL with a comfortable 7-0 aggregate win over Glasgow City. Having never previously been past the last 16, the capital club is building up a head of steam in European competition as well as domestically. Although Lyon have now sewn up a ninth straight Division 1 title, PSG put a […]

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France World Cup Warm-Up: Les Bleues impress but fall to USA


On Wednesday, France played the USA in the final of the Algarve Cup, one of the annual spring-time tournaments that often serve to prepare teams for bigger things in the summer. Having won a friendly against USWNT 2-0 in February, les Bleues went down by the same scoreline in a match that saw them suffer from a long-standing problem. Despite having […]

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Le Grand Choc Féminin : PSG v OL

Seger v Schelin

Tonight sees a match that could decide the Division 1 title and see it go somewhere other than Lyon for the first time since… (reaches for archive folder) 2006 when Juvisy took the honours. PSG welcome OL to Charlety and the situation could not be closer. PSG currently top the table with 73 points, but given their continuing involvement in the […]

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Can Paris Saint-Germain Take Lyon’s Crown Both Home and Away?

les bleues v brasil

At the winter break, it’s a chance to sit back, open a bottle of red and consider how things have gone so far – and also to ponder the prospects for an interesting 2015, at both club and international level. Division 1 is 14 games into a 22-game season, and there are changes afoot. The key battle is at the top, although […]

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