Sports Ranking of training centers: PSG ahead of Rennes and OL!
Ménès almost went to Rennes
© Provided by Sports.fr menes Pierre Ménès told France Football that it was close, in 2001, to join the Stade Rennais while Christian Gourcuff officiated on the bench. Ephemeral leader of Stade de Reims during the 2005-06 season, after president Jean-Pierre Caillot appointed him development director in charge of communication and marketing for the Champagne club, Pierre Ménès could have worked at in another Ligue 1 club a few years ago.
The French Football Federation has published its annual ranking of the best training centers in the country. The know-how of Paris Saint-Germain is recognized.If Paris Saint-Germain is in the news for the exile of some of its nuggets this summer - Tanguy Kouassi and Adil Aouchiche have signed their first professional contract elsewhere, respectively with Bayern Munich and AS Saint-Etienne - the know-how of the capital club in terms of training is no less recognized. An important strategic axis of management since the beginning of the QSI era, the Parisian team has been acclaimed by the FFF, which placed the club's academy in first place in its annual ranking of the best centers. PSG, a new benchmark in terms of training Paris Saint-Germain is thus ahead of two usual references of France in the field: Stade Rennais and Olympique Lyonnais . AS Saint-Etienne, which has just welcomed the young Aouchiche, is at the foot of the podium while AS Monaco closes the top 5. Several Ligue 2 clubs are placed in the top 20, like FC Sochaux (6th), Stade Malherbe de Caen (7th), Valenciennes (12th) or even AJ Auxerre (16th).
What to do this Thursday, July 30, in Rennes? .
© Archives Ouest-France Show "A test of the cobblestones", at the Ateliers du vent, with the company Fatras. A lab battle at the CCNRB, a musical stroll at the Bellangerais or a street show at the Ateliers du vent… Here is the program for this Thursday, July 30, in Rennes. Dance is in the spotlight this Thursday, July 30 in Rennes.