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 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

Fabien Barthez admits defeat in Luzanac fight

Fabien Barthez had offered to invest his own money in a bid to see Luzanac re-join the National division.

Fabien Barthez has confirmed his dream of seeing Luzenac play in Ligue 2 has died.

Barthez, 43, announced he would be stepping down from his post as director general of the south-western French club, which represents a village of some 650 inhabitants, after finally admitting defeat in his battle with football authorities to have the club's promotion validated.

"You have to know when to say 'stop.' When you can fight no more, you can fight no more," Barthez said after a final, fruitless meeting with...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 26, 2014

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 infrastructure...

Aug 20, 2014

Arles-Avignon make plea to Rihanna

Rihanna showed her interest in football when she attended the World Cup.
Rihanna showed her interest in football when she attended the World Cup.

French second division side Arles-Avignon have invited football-mad pop star Rihanna to invest in their club.

After showing her passion for the game during the World Cup, Rihanna, 26, suggested she may put some of her earnings into a football team. Liverpool have been mooted as the most likely beneficiaries, but Ligue 2's Arles-Avignon have made their own plea.

 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 Toulouse...