French Ligue 1

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Gab Marcotti muses over how Paris Saint-Germain will integrate their injured stars back into the lineup. Steve Nicol weighs in on the rumours Barcelona may try to swap Antoine Griezmann for PSG’s Neymar. Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop say Neymar’s performance on the field is the only way to win fans back after a dramatic
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5:06 PM ET Paris Saint-Germain suffered their second defeat of the season and their first at home in Ligue 1 for 16 months as they lost 2-0 to Stade de Reims on Wednesday. The French champions, who still lead the standings with 15 points from seven games, looked nothing like the team who crushed Real
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Frank Leboeuf finds it strange and disrespectful that Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar doesn’t speak French and hasn’t tried to learn. The Exploding Heads provide an alternative review of FIFA 20 and dissect the updated “realism” in players and fans. Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel said superstar Kylian Mbappe will return from a hamstring injury against
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Frank Leboeuf finds it strange and disrespectful that Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar doesn’t speak French and hasn’t tried to learn. Frank Leboeuf breaks down what Neymar needs to do to get back in the good graces of PSG fans after failing to leave the club in the summer. Lawyers representing Barcelona and Neymar set a second
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1:41 PM ET Neymar scored a spectacular last-gasp goal for Paris St Germain that was greeted with more cheers than boos in a 1-0 Ligue 1 win over Strasbourg on Saturday on his first appearance of the season following a failed transfer to Barcelona. The Brazil forward found the back of the net with a
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Every September, the excitement builds. And, as always, France is preparing itself for a new European campaign. There will be five clubs from “L’Hexagone” competing this season: Paris Saint-Germain, Lyon and Lille in the Champions League, plus Saint-Etienne and Rennes in the Europa League. Due to Strasbourg’s elimination in the Europa League playoff round this
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Frank LeBoeuf says Neymar’s father has stoked the fire with his latest comments ahead of his son’s return to action with PSG. Craig Burley says he’ll feel absolutely no sympathy for Neymar if the Paris Saint-Germain supporters jeer him in his return. ESPN FC’s Ale Moreno explains why Kylian Mbappe’s presence at PSG makes Neymar
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5:24 PM ET Olympique de Marseille laboured to a 1-0 victory over Saint-Etienne in a bad-tempered Ligue 1 game on Sunday thanks to Dario Benedetto‘s second goal since joining them from Boca Juniors last month. The Argentine, playing in his first season in European football at the age of 29, finished off a flowing move
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The FC crew break down how Mauro Icardi fits with PSG as he joins the French giants on loan from Inter. ESPN FC’s Alexis Nunes and Julien Laurens discuss the transfer rumours linking Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain FC. ESPN FC’s Craig Burley and Gab Marcotti talk through where exactly Mauro Icardi stands
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Former french international Frank Leboeuf joins ESPN FC to give his thoughts on the Neymar transfer saga that continues to drag on between Barcelona and PSG. ESPN FC’s Gab Marcotti discusses PSG’s current injury situation and how it will effect Neymar’s future with the French club. ESPN FC’s Ligue 1 correspondent Julien Laurens explains why
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The transfer window for Europe’s major leagues is closed again for the rest of the year, but how did your team do? Did they leave any gaps? Our correspondents assess how the top clubs failed to address their weaknesses this summer. Jump to: Real Madrid | Atletico Madrid | Juventus | Inter | PSG | Bayern | Dortmund BARCELONA: Too few attackers, too
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