Mbappe wants to be in the FIFA Cups (while PSG will train in Qatar)

Mbappe wants to participate in the UNFP Awards (while PSG trains in Qatar)

Kylian Mbappé wants to participate in the UNFP Awards Gala, which took place on May 15 in Pavillon Gabriel (Paris). But on this date, PSG planned to train in Qatar (May 15 and 16) and at the moment do not want to go there without their French star. Discussions began between the player and the club. But the Frenchman made it clear that he really wanted to be present at this award ceremony as he was nominated for the Player of the Season award. (Liter)

UNFP Awards: The nominees for the best player in Ligue 1

Here is the list of finalists in the Queen category, where, on paper, Kylian Mbappe was the top candidate:

– Lucas Paqueta (OL)

– Dimitri Payet (OM)

Martin Terrier (Rennes)

Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain)

Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco)

UNFP Awards: The nominees for the Ligue 1 Coach of the Year award

No Mauricio Pochettino among the finalists! This is only the second time that the coach of the champion team has not participated. Here is the list:

Christophe Galtier (Nice)

Bruno Genesio (Rennes)

– Antoine Compoire (Nantes)

– Jorge Sampaoli (OM)

Julien Stéphane (Strasbourg)

UNFP Awards: The nominees for the Ligue 1 Best Goalkeeper award

Finalists, without Lyonnais Anthony Lopez:

Walter Benitez (Nice)

Gianluigi Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain)

– Alban Lafont (Nantes)

– Paul Lopez (OM)

Mats Sells (Strasbourg)

UNFP Awards: D1 Player of the Year nominees

Three PSG players but only one OL player:

Cadidato Diani (Paris Saint-Germain)

– Grace Giroud (Paris Saint-Germain)

Marie Antoinette Catuto (Paris Saint-Germain)

– Catarina Macario (OL)

Clara Mathieu (Paris Club)

UNFP Awards: The nominees for the award for the best French player abroad

It’s not the first division, but it still matters to French football. Note the absence of Chritsopher Nkunku, but he’s the author of a great season with Leipzig. Finalists:

Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)

Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona)

– Theo Hernandez (AC Milan)

N’Golo Kante (Chelsea)

– Mike Minnian (AC Milan)

UNFP Awards: Nominees for Best Hope in Ligue 1

The National Football League (UNFP) reveals in drops, Tuesday evening, the nominees for the end-of-season awards. In the “Ligue 1 Best Hope” category, the finalists are:

Arno Kalimundo (Lens)

– Castillo Luciba (OL)

– Nuno Mendes (Paris Saint-Germain)

– William Saliba (OM)

– Khafrin Thuram (Nice)

Ceferin thinks Ligue 1 is not strong enough

UEFA President Aleksandar Ceferin spoke to Croatian media Sportske on the sidelines of the friendly match organized between Haddzuk Split and Shakhtar Donetsk (3-3), which he attended on Sunday. The news of the moment, and in particular the end of the exciting and hesitant Champions League season, swept through. He expects a victory for the English language and confirms the inability to compete in the French and German championships.

“That’s right, these two leagues are not strong, he says. Two teams dominate. There is more competition in Italy, but it is not strong financially. The Premier League has the greatest traditions, the fans are different from their counterparts in Italy. When we were at war with the Premier League , the English fans helped us. The Italians and Spaniards did nothing. The Germans and the French were not there because their clubs were not very involved (in the Premier League that Bayern and PSG never joined, editor’s note).

>> Ceferin’s full statements

The Stade de Reims and SOS Racisme are taking legal action over the Celtic cross in Lorient

In a joint press release, SOS Racisme, Sportitude France and Stade de Reims announced that they would take legal action after a flag bearing a Celtic cross was posted in the Reims car park in Lorient on Sunday.

“Yesterday afternoon, during the first Ligue 1 match between FC Lorient and Stade de Reims, a flag bearing a Celtic cross was hoisted in the Reims parking lot, indicating the text. A symbol of white supremacy, the Celtic cross is often used by the far right radicals. It is one of the Members of the neo-Nazi zouave group present in the exhibition who raised this flag.This far-right group is known for its racist ideas and extreme violence.It was they who attacked and harassed our activists in December, at the meeting of candidate Eric Zemmour, when they came peacefully to say “no to racism.” Still suspect Its main is currently required.

After this law, SOS Racisme, Sportitude France and Stade de Reims will take legal action. We also applaud the response and action of the Stade de Reims, who contacted us directly for a joint reaction. (…]Mr. Guillaume Traynard will be responsible for the Stade de Reims case and for the associations, a complaint will be submitted during the day to the Lorient Public Prosecutor. (…) Racism has no place in sport or in society.”

Nantes proved on Thursday in his appeal

After closing the Loire Tribune for the last two games of the season at La Beaujoire, FC Nantes appealed the decision of the FFF Disciplinary Committee. “The French Football Federation’s appeal committee on Thursday morning will consider the appeal submitted by FC Nantes following the closure of the Loire platform announced at the last two meetings of the season in La Beaujoire, as the club’s press release notes on Monday. Consequently, the club is unable to respond to Numerous requests from subscribers and ticket holders on this forum. The Club of Nantes thanks its supporters for their understanding. ” Nantes-Rhin will host on May 11th during the 36th day of Ligue 1.

LFP will open a file on the flag published by Lorient-Reims

A file will be opened by the LFP Disciplinary Committee after a sign on Sunday in Lorient in the parking lot of the Reims stadium. It will be subject to investigation, and the process generally takes 15 days. Sanctions will be determined according to specific elements of the file in the coming weeks. As of Sunday, RMC Sport noted that the delegate to the meeting recorded the presence of this sign in the match report.

For its part, the local Human Rights League in Lorient alerted via a press release to the presence of this sign. She forwarded the file to the national LDH which represents the legal person in the file possibly to start legal proceedings. (NP and AP)

The Human Rights League wants sanctions after raising the flag of Gud

During the meeting between Lorient and Reims this weekend, the flag of the Union Defense Group (GUD) was displayed in the stands. League of Human Rights calls for the imposition of sanctions. “They have no place in the public space, rather in the football field, which is a sport that wants to be exemplary in this respect. Many people who have been shocked by this demonstration have seized on these facts, and we would like to know the measures you intend to take to take collectively so that this does not happen Once again,” the LDH explains in a press release sent to Fabrice Lohier, Mayor of Lorient, as well as to the presidents of the two clubs, Jean-Pierre Caillou and Luc Ferry.

(NP)

Thirty-sixth day program:

Friday 6 May:

Lille – Monaco (9 pm)

Saturday 7 May:

Brest – Strasbourg (5 pm)

Sunday 8 May:

Metz – Lyon (1 pm)

Angers – Bordeaux (3 pm)

Reims – Lens (3 pm)

Clermont Montpellier (3 pm)

Lorient – Marseille (5 pm)

Paris Saint-Germain – Troyes (8:45 pm)

Wednesday, May 11:

Nice – Saint-Etienne (7 pm)

Nantes – Rennes (7 pm)

welcome all

Hello everyone and welcome to follow the news related to the 36th day of the French Ligue 1. There are only three matches left to know the result at all levels, even if Paris Saint-Germain is already crowned champion of France.

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