AFP Lens coach Antoine Kombouare admitted his disappointment and "hurt" after his side confirmed their relegation from the French Ligue 1 with defeat at Lille, pointing the blame towards the size of his small squad. Lens' relegation was sealed ... FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago
Lens go down after Lille loss - Sky Sports, 3 weeks ago
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Pablo Chavarria celebrates his winner for Lens Lens ended a difficult campaign on a high after an early Pablo Chavarria goal earned them a 1-0 home victory over Nantes on the final day of the league season. Chavarria's close-range strike after ...Sky Sports, 1 day ago
Edinson Cavani's goal got PSG going early. Paris St. Germain moved three points clear of Lyon at the top of Ligue 1 with a 2-0 win at Nantes . The capital club, now just three games from the title, went ahead through Edinson Cavani after only ...ESPN Soccernet, 3 weeks ago Soccer-PSG pass Nantes test to go top Yahoo Philippines News, 3 weeks ago Ligue 1: PSG pass Nantes test to go top DNA India, 3 weeks ago
PARIS, May 3 (Reuters) - Monaco look well set for the third Champions League qualifying berth in Ligue 1 after a 4-1 home romp over Toulouse on Sunday. The principality side, who were knocked out of Europe's top club competition by Juventus in the ...Yahoo Philippines News, 3 weeks ago Monaco consolidate third with win over Toulouse Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago
Laurent Blanc says Paris Saint-Germain have no margin for error as they chase a hat-trick of French Ligue 1 titles, while Hubert Fournier insists his...
AFP Laurent Blanc insists that his Paris Saint-Germain team has "no margin for error" in their pursuit of a French Ligue 1 title hat-trick. The UEFA Champions League quarter-finalists head to Nantes on Sunday night, knowing they hold total ...FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago
Lilian Thuram says prospective coaches of minority backgrounds 'need role models who tell you it's possible.' Former World Cup and European Championship winner Lilian Thuram says he would welcome the introduction of the Rooney Rule into French ...ESPN Soccernet, 1 month ago
"Insidious racism" is behind black coaches not being given chances at top clubs and national teams, according to Democratic Republic of Congo boss Florent Ibenge. The 53-year-old was one of just three African coaches at the recent Africa Cup of ...XinMsn, 1 month ago
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