Le50 2016: Jordan Siebatcheu – Stade de Reims

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It wasn’t quite Jordan Siebatcheu’s Ligue 1 debut, but it was on the opening day of the new season that the teenager, named after basketball’s greatest ever player, announced his arrival in French football. Stade de Reims found themselves 1-0 down to Bordeaux at the new Matmut Atlantique stadium. Olivier Guégan made his move, bringing on youngsters Grejohn Kyei and […]

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Le50 2016: Corentin Jean – ES Troyes AC

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As Monaco shifted policy from buying the biggest and best players in the world to the most talented youngsters around, one could imagine those in charge at Troyes nervously unplugging their telephones. They had just earned promotion to Ligue 1 and the player at the heart of their success was Corentin Jean. It was impressive that Troyes had managed to […]

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Le50 2016: Clement Lenglet – AS Nancy

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On paper, there can be few players with as exciting a potential as Nancy’s Clément Lenglet. At just 20 years of age, the central defender captains one of the biggest sides in Ligue 2 and his consistently strong performances in France’s second-tier have enabled him to become a regular feature in French international youth teams, in every age category from […]

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Le50: 2015 – The Best Prospects in French Football

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Welcome to the fourth annual edition of #Le50. This is a collection of the best young footballers currently playing in France – all the players featured were born on or after the 1st of January 1993. The French Football Weekly team have spent the last few months deliberating and voting on who to include from a list of over 200 players. There […]

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