Ligue 1, queen of the year 2021

Beyond the crises of TV rights and incidents in the stands, Ligue 1 has made a success of its year on the pitch. Show, goals, play and the fruit of an evolution of mentalities that must be emphasized and encouraged. What if the French championship soon becomes fashionable? It’s been a while, not to say

Icardi allows Paris to scratch in Lorient

Lorient 1-1 PSG Goals: Monconduit (41e) for Lorient // Icardi (90e+1) for PSGExpulsion : Ramos (86e) For Paris No Kylian, No Party. Deprived of Kylian Mbappé and Marco Verratti, suspended, PSG believed for a long time to bow at the Moustoir stadium against Lorient, before Mauro Icardi, until then invisible, put on his savior cape

Lyon still drops points against Metz

Olympique Lyonnais 1-1 FC Metz Goals: Lukeba (56e) for Les Gones // Traoré (58e) for garnets Cardboard end of the year for Lyon. Between the hassle caused by its supporters and the disappointing sporting results, Olympique Lyonnais had a good opportunity to end 2021 on a positive note this Wednesday evening. Missed, despite a clear

Liverpool overthrow Leicester, Tottenham and Chelsea to experience

At the end of the suspense, Liverpool changed the course of a game that seemed lost in the break at the break, returning Leicester after a penalty shootout that saw their young substitute goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher take out the heating blue (3-3, 5-4 TAB). Tottenham will also see the last four of the Carabao Cup,

Pierre Ferracci, president of Paris FC: "Soccer is going down"

The violent incidents which led to the cessation of the Coupe de France match between Paris FC and OL caused a shock in the world of French football. And a clash between Jean-Michel Aulas and Pierre Ferracci, president of the PFC, who has since occupied a lot of media space, when the Lyon club now

Nice: Kasper Dolberg, beauty and diabetes

After announcing that he was type 1 diabetic in early November, Kasper Dolberg has regained a starting position in recent weeks with OGC Nice as well as the net in Rennes to end a three-month shortage. The Danish international, who has had a series of hard knocks since his arrival on the Côte d’Azur in