Sport OM among the worst French clubs in the Champions League!

08:05  23 october  2020
08:05  23 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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The UEFA Champions League (abbreviated as UCL) is an annual club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)

Equipe Marseille © Supplied by Sports.fr Equipe Marseille Once again poorly embarked after losing in Athens on Wednesday, Olympique de Marseille are used to premature elimination in the Champions League. The first winner in the history of the Champions League in 1993, the Olympique de Marseille has since lived through complicated hours in the Champions League to say the least. Another example on Wednesday, on the occasion of Matchday 1 of the group stage, with the loss (1-0) conceded in added time by André Villas-Boas's men on the lawn of Olympiakos. A disappointment that earned OM a 10-rank loss in C1. This defeat is also already compromising the club's chances of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League. Because Olympiakos clearly emerges as the most affordable team in Group B. Much more than Manchester City , who will visit the Velodrome next Tuesday, or FC Porto. To clinch one of the first two places in the group and thus its sesame for the round of 16 seems like a challenge. And all the more so since the past does not plead in favor of the Phoceans. Since the victory of the Marseillais in 1993, OM have indeed played in the Champions League eight times. Eight participations for just two qualifications, in 2011 and 2012. This 25% ratio makes him one of the worst performers in Ligue 1 on the most prestigious of European stages. By way of comparison, the Olympique Lyonnais (12 out of 16) and the

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Ce soir, quand l'arbitre sifflera le coup d'envoi de la rencontre entre Rennes et Krasnodar, ils sont nombreux côté breton à disputer leur première minute dans cette compétition. En effet, l'effectif de Julien Stephan fait partie des plus novices dans ce domaine. Pour preuve, seuls sept joueurs sont déjà apparus sur la pelouse lors d'un match officiel de C1.Découvrez leur identité en images ! PSG (9 out of 12) show 75% of qualification while Monaco is at 66%. Nantes (1 out of 2) and Auxerre (1 out of 3) follow with respectively 50 and 33% and Bordeaux (1 out of 4) is on the same line. In the end, only Lille (1 of 6), Lens (0 of 2) and Montpellier can do worse.

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