Lille-Angers: ‘I don’t like this situation’, Fonseca unhappy with the idea of being judged by a Portuguese national
Presented this Saturday at a press conference on the eve of the Ligue 1 match against Angers, Portuguese coach Lille Paulo Fonseca explained why he did not appreciate the fact that this meeting was run by one of his compatriots.
“I do not like this situation, he commented. I think it is very difficult for the referee from Portugal. I do not like it. I am Portuguese, we have a lot of Portuguese players, and I think he is not good. … “
Lorient: Mfugo has been absent from four to six months
Very bad news for Lorient Club. Swiss goalkeeper Yvonne Mfugo, who was injured last weekend during the defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, will be out for between four and six months. This was announced by his coach, Regis Loprais, on Friday at a press conference. Mvogo, the World Cup package, was launched on Wednesday. In his absence, Vito Manon will keep Lorient’s cages. And this is from Sunday against Strasbourg in the French League.
Why will the Portuguese referee whistle for Lille Angers?
In the framework of a partnership between the French Football Federation and its Portuguese counterpart, a Portuguese referee will whistle on Sunday to attend the fifteenth day of the Ligue 1 match between Lille and Angers (3 pm).
Young Miguel Nogueira (28), who has headed the highest level for two years, will be assisted by fellow countrymen Pedro Martins and Pedro Motta, and Luis André Campos in the video. In the opposite direction, Bastien Descheppe has been appointed to officiate the match between Vitoria Guimarães and Maritimo on Sunday.
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OL: the group to receive with the absence of Boateng
This Friday (at 9pm), Olympique Lyonnais will try to forget their recent defeat against Marseille by welcoming Nice. In the last match before the World Cup, Laurent Blanc called up a group of 22 players with the return of Corentin Tolisso and the presence of striker Alexandre Lacazette. Miss Jerome Boateng and Jeff Reine Adelaide.
FFF will remove Garibian and Duhamel from DTA
During the meeting of the FIFA Executive Committee held this Thursday afternoon, Noel Le Graet decided, under pressure from the heads of professional clubs and in particular from the influential Jean-Pierre Caillou (Reims president), to dismiss Pascal Garibian from the technical department. The Arbitration Department, which is headed by, as well as Laurent Duhamel, Director of Referees in the Professional Sector at the RTA.
However, their departure will not be effective immediately, just to respect the labor law. So it should take a few weeks, the time it takes the FFF chief to test potential successors. During the Comex, three profiles are mentioned: those of Stéphane Lannoy, Antony Gautier and Alain Sars.
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“Let him come to see us”, Blanc secrets about Benzema before OL-Nice
Laurent Blanc refused to confirm or deny the presence of Karim Benzema in Lyon on the sidelines of the Nice match in the French League.
The OL coach said of the 2022 Ballon d’Or: “If Friday comes that would be a very good idea. I love him and he knows that because we talk a lot. Finally, we talk from time to time. I liked it early, so early. He’s one of the young players from Lyon who They had a great career after he started in Lyon. There are a lot of good young players and good players who started in Lyon. But hey Karim he set the standard very high. If he is there, let him come and see us a little. It will do us good.”
Plan defines the OL program during the 2022 World Cup
Laurent Blanc detailed OL during the World Cup break. While the international players are in Qatar, other players will enjoy two weeks of rest before resuming play. In addition to intense training, Lyon can play up to 5 friendlies during the period.
We will occupy this truce well (laughs). We have to. Like everyone else, we will give 14 days of rest and will resume on November 25, at the discretion of the Rhone coach. There is a training period planned in Dubai and we will have in-house training in Spain. And the rest of the time we will be in Lyon and the surrounding area.”
First dates for the 2023-2024 season
On Wednesday, the LFP board approved the general calendar for the 2023-2024 season, the first with 18 clubs. The first day will take place on the weekend of August 12 and 13, 2023.
“Only the seventeenth day will be set during the week. It will run on Wednesday, December 20, 2023 and mark the start of the winter break,” the LFP confirmed via a press release. It will resume with the eighteenth day scheduled over the weekend of January 13-14, 2024.”
The 34th and final day of the Ligue 1 season will take place on Saturday 18 May 2024.
Gharibian must leave the French arbitration chief, according to Canal +
Pascal Garibian has been heavily criticized since the start of the season by club chiefs or their advisors, and may leave his position as coach of refereeing, according to Canal+.
Toni Chaperon, the former referee now adviser to the channel, points out that this change must take place during the Executive Committee of the French Football Federation on Thursday.
Fifteenth day program
Friday 11 November 2022
9 p.m.: Lyon – Nice (Amazon Prime Video)
Saturday 12 November 2022
5 p.m.: Lens – Clermont (Amazon Prime Video)
9 pm: Rennes – Toulouse (Canal + Sport 360, Canal + Ft)
Sunday 13 November 2022
1 p.m.: PSG – Auxerre (Amazon Prime Video, Canal + Foot)
3 p.m.: Brest-Troyes (Amazon Prime Video)
3 p.m.: Lille – Angers (Amazon Prime Video)
3 p.m.: Montpellier – Reims (Amazon Prime Video)
3 p.m.: Nantes – Ajaccio (Amazon Prime Video)
5:05 pm: Strasbourg – Lorient (Canal + Foot)
8:45 pm: Monaco – Marseille (Amazon Prime Video)
A month and a half truce
After this weekend, the tournament will take a break for more than a month and a half, the time of the World Cup. The appeal will take place on Tuesday, December 28, for the 16th day.
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