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AS Monaco: Rybolovlev plans for 2022-2023
Dmitry Rybolovlev attended the draw between AS Monaco and RC Lens on Saturday at Bollaert (2-2), which deprived his team of direct qualification for the group stage of the Champions League. Despite this last-minute hitch, the asemist Russian president hailed his troops’ season, which ended in 3rd place – with the best record of the return phase (40 points) and prestigious successes against Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Rennes and Nice. “The cruel scenario of this final meeting should not make us forget the last episodes of this battle that we waged in Ligue 1. At the end of this season, which has been through ups and downs, I want to remember the fighting spirit of the staff and players, he said. In the difficulty, the group never gave up, even achieving a remarkable series of victories, and are rewarded for their efforts by hanging on the podium – the seventh time since the promotion of AS Monaco in Ligue 1 nine years ago. . Our young team has competed in several competitions this season: national and European. I hope that she will be able to rely on this experience to gain in maturity and regularity. It is with the desire to continue to grow and progress, by building on what has been put in place, that we will prepare for the next season. Finally, I would like to thank our supporters who have been there throughout the season, as always, at home and away, to support the team, and I look forward to seeing them next season. Daghe Munegu! »
Clermont: Zedadka leaves the Auvergne club
The right side Akim Zedadka announced this Sunday evening, the day after the 38th day of Ligue 1, that he was leaving Clermont Foot who obtained his maintenance. “I am proud to have been able to write a few pages in the history of this club by your side, he wrote in a message posted on his Instagram account this Sunday evening. I leave with a light heart, but with the feeling of accomplishment. A rise in Ligue 1 and maintenance as a bonus, ”he wrote on Instagram. LOSC holds the rope to recruit him for the summer transfer window.
Stade de Reims: Ekitike said goodbye
Revelation of the Ligue 1 season, Hugo Ekitike will leave the Stade de Reims in the summer transfer window. Courted by many of the big clubs of the Old Continent, the young striker (19) said goodbye to the Champagne team yesterday. “It’s always a great feeling to score at home but the last one was so special to me,” he said on Twitter. According to Reims VDT, this is indeed a disguised departure message.
AS Nancy-Lorraine: Bondo panics the L1
For Warren Bondo, the adventure with ASNL ended in the last chapter of this season. His contract expires at the end of June and the 18-year-old will leave Meurthe-et-Moselle. While prestigious Ligue 1 teams such as LOSC, Stade Rennais, OGC Nice and AS Monaco were interested in his profile, the midfielder would have decided to join Hamburg, 3rd in Bundesliga 2 and who is currently playing the play-offs to go back to the German first division.
Montpellier: 5 official departures!
Montpellier announced the departure of five of its players in a rather evocative tweet where we can read: thank you and good continuation. Among the players concerned, we find Nicolas Gioacchini and Matheus Thuler, on loan this season and who are therefore not retained. Also note the departures of Junior Sambia, Ambroise Oyongo and Mihailo Ristic, at the end of their contract. The latter could also engage with Benfica Lisbon.
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If “Goal!” Football Club” deals primarily with the news of some elite teams, we have decided to give you a summary of what happened today in the other part – less media – of the League 1.