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Marseille, Monaco struggle early

Ligue 1 Aug 19, 2014
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Blanc gets a power Serge

Paris St-Germain Jul 24, 2014
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 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
3 days ago

PSG need new transfer strategy after Di Maria, Luiz blunders

The ESPN FC team breaks down the numbers on some of the most expensive transfers in European football and analyses whether Angel Di Maria is worth a big transfer fee.

For the first time since Qatar Sports Investments' (QSI) arrival in France in 2011, Paris Saint-Germain have been unable to spend freely this summer.

Supporters and the French media have grown accustomed to the capital club spending in the region of 100 million euros each offseason break, having been spoiled for the past three summers with a string of high-profile arrivals. However, this year PSG have not been allowed to do as they please, and it won't be changing anytime soon.

For the best part...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
3 days ago

Sagnol shines bright for Bordeaux

Willy Sagnol has started well in Ligue 1, with three straight wins to open the season.

It's funny how destiny sometimes works out.

Just think of Bordeaux, historically one of the top clubs in French football. In March, then-manager Francis Gillot told chairman Jean-Louis Triaud that he was leaving at the end of the season, one year before the end of his contract. In the quest to bring in a new man, Bordeaux decided to go for Zinedine Zidane. The France legend played for the club for four years (1992-96) and was keen to leave his role as Carlo Ancelotti's assistant at Real Madrid ...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
6 days ago

Familiar problems for Blanc and PSG

PSG failed to score on Friday and Yohan Cabaye's send off could have turned a draw into a defeat.

Paris Saint-Germain were held to a second draw of the season by Evian Thonon Gaillard in Annecy on Friday. The French champions failed to score and played out a 0-0 draw with a Savoyard side that had conceded nine goals in its first two Ligue 1 games this season.

It was not a classic encounter at Parc des Sports and Yohan Cabaye's second-half send off could have contributed to a worse result overall.

Five points from a possible nine in le Championnat so far is not automatically a cause for conc...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
Aug 19, 2014

Marseille and Monaco woeful to start

Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim insists his side must play with ambition before its Ligue 1 opener against Bordeaux.

Whether you are a Monaco fan, a Marseille fan or a supporter of neither, watching both teams in their league matches was embarrassing.

Of course, it must have been worse if you were actually a fan.

Imagine if you traveled from Monaco to Bordeaux (just over 400 miles), as a few did on Sunday evening. Or if you had been waiting for weeks in excitement to attend the first Marseille game at the beautiful and renovated Stade Velodrome.

Each occasion offered promise, but both ended in shambles. Monaco...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
Aug 19, 2014

Bell tolls for Brandao after head-butt

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol contends that Brandao should receive a substantial ban for his head-butt on Thiago Motta.

As endings go, it was abrupt and distinctly lacking in heroism. Yet if Brandao's head-butt on Thiago Motta is to be his last public act in French football, it will be a rare instance of his path running parallel with that of national hero Zinedine Zidane.

With the dust settling on Saturday's unbelievable ruckus at the Parc des Princes, the eventual conclusion is looking more and more certain. Le Parisien claimed on Tuesday morning that Bastia had already decided to sack Brandao, a theory backed ...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Aug 18, 2014

How Liverpool will replace Luis Suarez

Favorites Liverpool and Manchester City each earned three points on the first Sunday of the Premier League season.

Nothing like a laboured opening-day win to prompt some soul-searching and self-criticism. And perhaps a spot of overreaction, too.

The stock script ahead of Liverpool vs. Southampton was that the home side would stomp all over the opposition because the Saints had lost Luke Shaw, Dejan Lovren, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (and Morgan Schneiderlin is reportedly pulling faces at not being allowed to leave, too) and replaced them with a bunch of guys who were hardly household names -- no disre...