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Guingamp hire ex-PSG coach Kombouare

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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Dijon FCO 0 0 0 0
6 Guingamp 0 0 0 0
7 Lille 0 0 0 0
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Paris Saint-GermainParis Saint-Germain
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MontpellierMontpellier
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 By PA Sport

Antoine Kombouare officially unveiled as new Guingamp manager

Guingamp officially unveiled Antoine Kombouare as their new manager on Wednesday.

Antoine Kombouare revealed he had no hesitation in joining Guingamp after being unveiled as the club's new head coach on a three-year contract on Wednesday.

Kombouare, whose appointment was announced on Monday, replaces Jocelyn Gourvennec, who departed on Friday for Bordeaux having won two promotions to reach Ligue 1 in a successful six-year stint with the Brittany club.

Guingamp hire former PSG boss Antoine Kombouare as new coach

Current Lens boss Antoine Kombouare was sacked as PSG manager in late December 2011 after two-and-a-half seasons at the helm of the club.
Antoine Kombouare will take over Guingamp next season.

Former Paris Saint-Germain coach Antoine Kombouare will return to the French top flight next season after signing a three-year deal to manage Guingamp.

The 52-year-old Kombouare was fired by PSG in 2011 and coached Lens the past three seasons.

He replaces Jocelyn Gourvennec, who left Guingamp for Bordeaux last week.

After replacing Paul Le Guen in 2009 and leading PSG to the French Cup the following year, Kombouare guided the club to the top of the French standings before getting fired and replaced...

Alassane Plea strikes twice as Nice secure Europa League spot

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Alassane Plea struck twice as Nice finished in fourth place in Ligue 1 with a 3-2 victory over Guingamp at the Stade du Roudourou.

Plea scored in each half - including the winner - to book his team's place in the Europa League next season with their sixth victory in 13 games.

However, the result was not enough to secure Champions League football due Monaco's 2-0 victory over Montpellier.

The 23-year-old French forward has been criticised for his lack of goals, but he notched his fifth and sixth of the...

Lille left outside Europa League spots after being frustrated by Guingamp

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Lille missed the chance to break into Ligue 1's Europa League positions after being held to a goalless draw by Guingamp.

Stalemate took Les Dogues' unbeaten run to eight matches, but victory would have seen them overtake St Etienne with one round of fixtures remaining.

Away goalkeeper Jonas Lossl was busy throughout, winning an ongoing battle with Rony Lopes with several important saves and also making a fine stop from Sebastien Corchia.

Guingamp almost stole the points late on when Thibault Giresse...

AS Monaco 3-2 Guingamp

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Monaco strengthened their grip on a Champions League place with an entertaining 3-2 win against Guingamp.

First-half goals from Lacina Traore and Nabil Dirar helped Monaco on their way to only a second league win in five but one that keeps them in the top three for another week.

Mevlut Erding and Brou Angoua scored two late goals either side of Bernardo Silva's strike to ensure a nervy ending but Leonardo Jardim's side held on for victory.

The hosts made the perfect start with their first real opportunity...