Preview: Coupe de France Final – Marseille v PSG

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This is it. The last game of the French football season, the last chance for silverware; PSG aiming for a second consecutive domestic quadruple, Marseille looking to defend their status as record cup-winners. Ooh. Marseille may not have had the most successful or stress-free league season but their cup run has been a bright note, featuring six different scorers (admittedly one […]

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How PSG Can Win the Champions League

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It seems strange to call any season that features a possible domestic quadruple anything other than a resounding success, but for Paris Saint-Germain another year without a serious push for Champions League glory will leave a less than pleasant taste in the Parisian’s mouth’s. It’s no secret that PSG’s primary goal is to be crowned champions of Europe, but a […]

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Season Review – Winning is a State of Mind

Nice Winners

PSG may have taken the title and the Coupe de la Ligue, and will play Marseille for the Coupe de France next weekend, but there are other winners in this Ligue 1 season, maybe not as showy or shiny, but worthy of recognition. Nice came fourth on 63 points, which if PSG win the cup will mean automatic group stage qualification for […]

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Ligue 1 PREVIEW: Saint-Etienne v Lille, Reims v Lyon, Angers v Toulouse, Lorient v Gazelec Ajaccio, Monaco v Montpellier, Guingamp v Nice – Week 38

Ligue 1

Welcome to the last weekend of Ligue 1 action. Rather than give you individual previews, let’s bring it all together for the final day. There’s lots still to decide, which gives us lots to talk about, so we’ll start from the top and work our way down. Paris Saint-Germain are champions – have been for a while, about September 1st […]

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Le50 2016: Zinédine Machach – Toulouse FC

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In most sports, when you are struggling for results or the situation becomes tough, coaches tend to lean on experience – not at Toulouse this season. Feeling the pressure, Dominique Arribage, before he was eventually sacked, turned to youth in order to save their ailing season. Although he played in the final game of last season, it is in this […]

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Le50 2016: Alban Lafont – Toulouse FC

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Toulouse started this season with a good win, as they came from behind to beat European qualification hopefuls Saint-Etienne. There was certainly a lot of optimism around the club but that quickly evaporated as they lost seven and drew six of their next 13 games. Only winless Troyes kept them off the bottom and manager Dominique Arribage had to act. […]

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Le50 2016: Didier Ndong – FC Lorient

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Since arriving at Lorient in January 2015, Didier Ndong has proven to be one of Sylvain Ripoll’s most selected and most dependable players. The Gabon international has barely missed a game in that spell and his standout performances mean bigger suitors have swiftly taken note. His flamboyant hairstyle may suggest someone more focused on the looks and outlandishness of the […]

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