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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 St. Etienne 4 4 2 16
7 Strasbourg 4 3 3 15
8 Bordeaux 4 2 4 14
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New boss Henry sees Monaco slump to 2-1 Strasbourg defeat

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Oct 20 (Reuters) - New head coach Thierry Henry saw his AS Monaco side slump to a sixth Ligue 1 defeat in 10 games as they lost 2-1 away to Strasbourg in his first game in charge on Saturday, with Samuel Grandsir sent off in the second half.

Appointed a week ago following the sacking of Leonardo Jardim, Henry took over a side rooted in the relegation zone with six points from their opening nine league games, as well as two Champions League defeats.

As a player Henry spent five years at Monaco, winning...

Monaco continue to slump as Thierry Henry loses managerial debut

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Monaco's new manager Thierry Henry was greeted by a swarm of photographers ahead of his first game in charge.
Julien Laurens joins the FC panel to discuss the massive challenge Thierry Henry has ahead of himself as manager of AS Monaco.
Thierry Henry reveals his admiration for French managers Didier Deschamps and Zinedine Zidane in his first press conference as Monaco boss.
Thierry Henry oversaw his first training session at AS Monaco ahead of his unveiling as the French side's new head coach following Leonardo Jardim's dismissal.
ESPN FC's Kasey Keller and Sebastian Salazar react to Thierry Henry being appointed head coach of AS Monaco.
After the sacking of Leonardo Jardim at Monaco, Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer discuss whether Thierry Henry is well suited to step into the role.

New head coach Thierry Henry saw his AS Monaco side slump to a sixth Ligue 1 defeat in 10 games as they lost 2-1 away to Strasbourg in his first game in charge on Saturday, with Samuel Grandsir sent off in the second half.

Appointed a week ago following the sacking of Leonardo Jardim, Henry took over a side rooted in the relegation zone with six points from their opening 10 league games, as well as two Champions League defeats.

As a player Henry spent five years at Monaco, winning the league in 1997,...

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Monaco make it 14 games without a loss in defeat of Strasbourg

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Reigning champions Monaco stretched their unbeaten run in Ligue 1 to 14 games with a 3-1 victory over Strasbourg.

The visitors had the points in the bag by half-time thanks to goals from Stevan Jovetic, Rony Lopes and Fabinho.

Strasbourg briefly levelled through Stephane Bahoken but they remain three points above the relegation zone following a fourth league match without a win.

It took Monaco just five minutes to open the scoring, Jovetic glancing a header beyond Alexandre Oukidja from Djibril Sidibe's...

Strasbourg 0-0 Montpellier

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Montpellier's hope of a late charge for European qualification in Ligue 1 continue to fade after they had to settle for a goalless draw away at Strasbourg.

Last season's Ligue 2 champions have been strong at home this campaign while Montpellier have scored just nine times on the road so perhaps a share of the points was not a huge surprise.

Each team went close to scoring with headers during the first half. Giovanni Sio glanced an effort wide from a Ruben Aguilar cross for the visitors before home...