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 Posted by Ian Holyman
7 days ago

Luzenac closer to Ligue 2 admission

Luzenac would become the smallest team to ever compete in Ligue 2 football if they succeed in their case.

Luzenac can see light at the end of the tunnel in their fight to join Ligue 2 after the French Football League (LFP) agreed to re-examine their case.

The tiny south-west club, which represents a village of some 600 inhabitants and boasts 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 winner Fabien Barthez as director general, finished second in French football's third tier last season, synonymous with promotion to Ligue 2.

However, the minnows have been unable to convince the LFP they have the adequate infrastru...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 12, 2014

Luzenac to ask for Ligue 2 suspension

Former France and Man United goalkeeper Fabien Barthez (l), now director general of Luzenac, with coach Claude Pelissier (r).

Luzenac are to ask a court to suspend the Ligue 2 season as they continue their fight to be admitted to French football's second tier.

Runners-up in last season's National division, the minnows, who represent a village of some 650 inhabitants, were initially refused entry to Ligue 2 by French football's financial watchdog, the DNCG.

After a ...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 8, 2014

LFP votes against Luzenac promotion

The vote means Luzenac will not play in Ligue 2.

The French Football League (LFP) has voted not to validate Luzenac's promotion to Ligue 2 this season because the village club's stadium does not conform to safety standards.

Luzenac -- who boast Fabien Barthez as director general -- finished runners-up in last season's third tier, but their promotion was thrown into doubt amid concerns over the stadium.

French football's financial watchdog, the DNCG, would not rati...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 4, 2014

Luzenac await final decision

Luzenac have been preparing for life in Ligue 2.

Luzenac continue to find themselves in limbo as they fight for their right to play in Ligue 2 this season.

Having seen their promotion from the national division invalidated by French football authorities, the small club, which represents a village of some 650 inhabitants, received a favourable verdict from a court in Toulouse last week.

That ruling will force the DNCG, French football's financial watchdog, to re-examine the club's case this week, and it could see the club join the second tier,...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 1, 2014

Luzenac given hope by French court

Luzenac have been preparing for life in Ligue 2.

French minnows Luzenac have won court backing in their bid to play in Ligue 2 this season, but will still not kick off the second-tier campaign on Friday.

The unheralded club, which represents a village of some 600 inhabitants and boasts Fabien Barthez as director general, heard Toulouse's Administrative Court overrule the decisions of both the DNCG and France's Olympic Committee (CNOSF), which had invalidated Luzenac's promotion from the National division.

The DNCG, which oversees the financia...