US News Nîmes-PSG, who is responsible for the scandal?

14:50  16 october  2020
14:50  16 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

PSG: Rafinha does not come as a tourist

 PSG: Rafinha does not come as a tourist After joining PSG at the very end of the transfer window on Monday evening, Rafinha displayed his immense joy. © Supplied by Mercato 365 Rafinha (3) Win as many titles as possible, grow and evolve as a player, Rafinha did not come as a tourist to Paris as he explained on the official website of his new club. "The truth is that it's a huge joy, I really wanted to come when I had the possibility and the opportunity.

PSG 's sporting director Leonardo said on the eve of the game that talks about the Brazilian's exit were "more advanced than before". Fans held up a banner telling Neymar to "go away" during Sunday's game. Edinson Cavani's penalty put PSG ahead before Kylian Mbappe scored and provided an assist

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THOMAS TUCHEL (ENTRAINEUR PSG) © Supplied by Sports.fr THOMAS TUCHEL (PSG COACH) The programming of Dijon-Rennes and Nîmes-PSG, this Friday (7 p.m. and 9 p.m.), just two days after the last international matches, is a real nuisance to the clubs concerned. How did we come to this gruesome situation? The first culprit: UEFA This is beyond belief. While the Covid-19 pandemic still plagues Europe, UEFA has deliberately overloaded - like never before - the competition calendar to make matters even more complicated. A player like Kylian Mbappé is likely to play every 3 days during an insane autumnal marathon, between the days of Ligue 1 , the whole group stage of the Champions League to play but also the League of Nations and even… international friendly matches that don't have a lot of sporting stakes. As a reminder, UEFA has decided to lengthen the international windows of October and November by one day to allow the national teams to play not two but three matches in the space of 8 days. The reasons are obviously financial, since the federations have contracts to respect, in particular those concerning TV rights. Noël Le Graët never hid : at the end of March, in full confinement, the president of the FFF had promised two meetings of the Blues in June. Most seriously. The European body plays with the health of players with full knowledge of the facts. To say the least. At this time, a year ago, UEFA decided to spare the players of the big European clubs. The two days of the Euro 2020 qualifiers in October 2019 were scheduled from Thursday 10 to Tuesday 15 October . The France team played on Friday and the following Monday, which freed the players on Tuesday. And not on Thursday like this week! The big fault: the LFP In the wake of the international window and just before the start of the Champions League, was it wise to place Dijon-Rennes and Nîmes-PSG on Friday? No. Regarding the Parisian club, for example, it's an unnamed puzzle between the Europeans who played on Wednesday night and the South Americans who are returning from qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in the Amsud zone. Not to mention the new cases of Covid. The other 3 clubs are also finding their best players tired and don't necessarily have the squad to present a competitive squad tonight. According to Le Parisien, it is not the broadcaster of the French championship, Téléfoot, but indeed the LFP which imposed "that the meeting of PSG takes place on Friday, as for Rennes". Parisians and Bretons will certainly play next Tuesday in the European Cup and will therefore have 3 days of respite to prepare well, but no other qualifying team in C1 will resume this Friday. Only Ligue 1 restarts this Friday evening , just two days after the last international matches. In the texts of the league, however, "the programming of meetings of a club must respect a period of two clear days between two consecutive matches". As for the League, we only recall the rules initially set with Mediapro, namely the opening of Ligue 1 weekends on Friday evening and the progress of matches of clubs playing the following Tuesday in the Champions League . The agreements have been honored, but these agreements date back several months and no intelligent consensus has been found. UEFA announced the extension of international windows on 24 September and the LFP had plenty of time to find a solution with the clubs potentially concerned. It was not the case. When, in Serie A and the Bundesliga, where we also play on Friday evening, we have exceptionally concentrated the matches on Saturday and Sunday.

Strasbourg and Reims revolt, Bordeaux and Metz ensure / Ligue 1 (J8) .
Find all the results of this Sunday afternoon on behalf of the 8th day of Ligue 1. ​​© Supplied by Football 365 Brest Strasbourg Prolific in goals, this 8th day of Ligue 1 has especially offered its share of surprises on the four corners of France. This Sunday was marked by the revolt of the clubs in the East, Reims and Strasbourg, which sank Montpellier and Brest.

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