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Lemoine fires St Etienne to victory

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Fabien Lemoine's 81st-minute goal earned St Etienne a 1-0 win at Lens on Sunday which moved them joint top of Ligue 1.

The visitors were second best in the first half and lived dangerously at times, but grew into the match and finished it by far the stronger.

With time running out Lemoine proved the finishing touch to a flowing team move to settle the match.

Victory, St Etienne's second straight 1-0 win, moved them level on points with Bordeaux and Marseille at the top of the standings with 13 points...

Sep 13, 2014

Gillet rescues Bastia

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Bastia needed Guillaume Gillet's second-half equaliser to rescue a 1-1 draw at home to newly-promoted Lens in Ligue 1.

An even first half sprung into life shortly before the interval when Pablo Chavarria found the net but Gillet's cool finish early in the second period ensured the spoils were shared.

Lens have made an impressive start in the top tier and the result leaves them 10th in the table, three points behind league leaders Bordeaux.

Bastia are 14th having taken six points from their first five...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Sep 12, 2014

UEFA chief Michel Platini backs sports court for French league woes

UEFA president Michel Platini has backed plans for a sports tribunal in France after the drawn-out sagas of Luzenac and Lens.

UEFA president Michel Platini has backed plans to introduce a sports tribunal in France after the drawn-out sagas of Luzenac and Lens that threatened to plunge French football into chaos this summer.

- Barthez admits defeat in Luzenac fight

Earlier this week, World Cup winner Fabien Barthez resigned from his position as director general of...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Sep 11, 2014

Bastia hit back at French government over fan ban for Lens game

Violent clashes took place during Bastia's game at home to Marseille last month.

Bastia have reacted angrily to the French Interior Minister's decision to ban Lens fans from travelling to Corsica for Saturday's Ligue 1 fixture.

Bernard Cazeneuve took the step in response to violence at Bastia's home game with Marseille on the opening day of the season, when pitched battles outside the Stade Furiani left a reported 44 police officers injured.

Though no such step was taken for Bastia's home game with Toulouse last month -- as the south-westerners have very small travelling support...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Sep 2, 2014

Lens blame owner Hafiz Mammadov for lack of transfers

Lens head coach Antoine Kombouare hasn't been able to make any moves in the transfer window.

Lens have claimed owner Hafiz Mammadov did not provide the funds required to allow them to strengthen their squad before the transfer window closed.

The northerners finally saw their promotion to the top flight validated by the DNCG, French football's financial watchdog, just before the start of the season after initially being told their uncertain financial situation would see them remain in Ligue 2.

However, despite giving last season's second-tier runners-up the green light, the DNCG told them...