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Sport Jean-Pierre Rivère and the Nice ambitions

15:41  29 july  2020
15:41  29 july  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

Mercato: Kondogbia, the (new) big coup from Nice?

 Mercato: Kondogbia, the (new) big coup from Nice? © Provided by Sports.fr Panoramic Very active since the start of the transfer window, the OGC Nice is on the verge of achieving a very good deal with Geoffrey Kondogbia. The Aiglons are not finished yet! And the midfielder of the team led by Patrick Vieira could be completely turned upside down. After the confirmed arrival of Morgan Schneiderlin (in addition to Gouiri, Bambu, Kamara, Daniliuc, Sylvestre) it is Geoffroy Kondogbia's turn to be in the sights of OGC Nice.

Jean - Pierre Rivère , president of OGC Nice , in a shop selling club memorabilia last month.Credit France Keyser for The New Rivère is overseeing the construction of a new training facility. A place in the Champions League next season now looks like the least of its ambitions .

Jean - Pierre Rivère is a French businessman and chairman of football club OGC Nice . Born in Condom, Gers in 1957, he founded Nice Iselection, a realty software firm that was eventually acquired by Nexity. In 2011 he assumed the chairman's role.

  Jean-Pierre Rivère et les ambitions niçoises © Provided by Sofoot

Ambition to the Nice

French club the most active on the transfer market, OGC Nice is currently carrying out an ambitious transfer window, notably with the arrival of several recruits including Morgan Schneiderlin and Amine Gouiri. The club wants to give itself the means to play Europe regularly. " We have a very clear plan: we give ourselves two to three years to be regularly in the top 5-6 of the championship," explained Jean-Pierre Rivère, president of the Aiglons, in the program l'Equipe du Evening . This is our goal, then it takes time. We are far behind the teams ahead of us, in many areas today: Monaco, Marseille, Lille ... It is up to us to work a lot to join this leading pack. "

The C3 will not change the Nice transfer window

For the Nice boss, there is no doubt: playing Europe regularly is the best way to progress:" We have been lucky in the last five years to play three times Europe. And we have seen each time that it was a great experience for young players. We grow faster when we play Europe, of course. It's a boost and we are delighted. »

It's up to Patrick Vieira to play.

Jean-Philippe Mateta sentenced by German justice .
© Supplied by Sofoot Mateta upside down. Jean-Philippe Mateta, 23-year-old French scorer who plays in Mainz, was sentenced by German justice for a hit and run committed six months ago. According to information from L'Equipe , he had crashed into a car not far from his home before fleeing. This accident did not cause any injuries. Mateta: "In Sevran, the insults are like saying hello" The former Le Havre could be fined up to 90,000 euros.

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