French Division 1

Discussion in 'Women's International' started by guignol, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    Waow double sad news for French football, specially PSG, consecutively:confused::speechless:....Is this because I said Mjede ain't world class imo?....:(
     
  2. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Country:
    France
    Henry is already at the Thorns pre-season camp, you can see her on the video.
    Katoto might have restarted playing too early and will miss a lot of game. And considering how bad our U19 was in La Manga, it is not a good news at all.
     
  3. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    Not really surprised by their bad results at La Manga, Chavas, Katoto and De Almeida aside the group is average, and for once I will not blame Eyquem squad selection....we just have not many naturally talented girl in that age group.
     
  4. AndyHE

    AndyHE Member

    Sep 12, 2015
    Norway
    Club:
    SK Brann Bergen
    Country:
    Norway
    Assuming you mean Mjelde: uhm did hotjam2 hack your account?
     
  5. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    Last week there was the quarter-final of Coupe de France here are the results:
    Henin-Beaumont - Soyaux: 1-0 ; Lewandoski
    Montpellier - Saint-Etienne: 0-1 ; Lavaud
    O. Lyon - Rodez: 6-0 ; Bremer, Hamraoui, Dali, Morgan 3x
    Juvisy - Paris SG: 1-1 ; E. Cascarino/ Deville (o.g). PSG won at pk 6-5.

    Highlights:


    It was a great game between PSG and Juvisy but the surprise is Henin (D3!) reaching the semi-final...Don't even know if a D3 team ever reached this stage of the competition before. They face OL next round....and talking about Aulas's club @Romario'sgurl , finally Alex scored her first goal in France and she did it three times with one very pretty goal:thumbsup:. I hope it makes you happy, I know you were waiting for it....:).


    The semi-final draw are:
    Henin-Beaumont vs O. Lyon
    Paris SG - Saint-Etienne

    Both games will be played April 16 or 17.

    Other info Grace Geyoro (PSG0 and Camille Catala (Juvisy) have both renew their contract until July 2021 for Grace and July 2019 for Camille.
    Lol no he didn't....she's an excellent player though, just not world class imho...;)
     
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  6. Romario'sgurl

    Romario'sgurl Member+

    Aug 26, 2000
    Monaco
    Club:
    FC Ingolstadt 04
    Country:
    Ghana
    Girl, Alex who? I forgot that she still played sawker. Where does Rodez sit in the league table?
     
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  7. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    sawker?..really?!?..:ROFLMAO::laugh:...But why you hate her so much though?... Alex is actually doing well in France, she seems to be a very genuine person, sociable but not forced like Rapinoe....She seems to enjoy her experience in Lyon but her love for Crepes is worrying me .... They made four episode of her web series Rendez Vous avec Alex and like two times it was aabout her eating at a restaurant where she eats directly at the kitchen:oops::oops:......Those who worked in a restaurant know what kind of people eat in the kitchen.....:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: Never thought Alex Morgan could be one of them.
    Rodez is a mid-table team, usually they defend better than that....
     
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  8. Romario'sgurl

    Romario'sgurl Member+

    Aug 26, 2000
    Monaco
    Club:
    FC Ingolstadt 04
    Country:
    Ghana
    Sawker = just a silly way of pronouncing "soccer".
     
  9. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    Division 1 feminine matchday 16 results:
    O. Marseille - Paris SG: 2-0 ; Yuceli, Bretigny
    Metz - Juvisy: 1-3 ; Pekkel / Catala, Diani, Declercq
    Guingamp - Montpellier: 0-2 ; Blackstenius, Le Bihan
    Saint-Etienne - Bordeaux: 0-0
    Albi - O. Lyon: 0-5 ; Kumagai, Hegerberg, Abily, Morgan 2x
    Soyaux - Rodez: 2-3 ; Babinga, Bourgouin / Lemaitre, Noiran 2x

    League table:
    [​IMG]

    Goalscorers:
    1) Le Sommer (ol) 15 goals
    2) Hegerberg (ol), Jakobsson (mhsc) 14 goals
    4) Delie (psg) 13 goals
    5) Abily (ol) 10 goals
    6) Bourgouin (soy) 9 goals
    7) Cristiane (psg) 8 goals

    My thought:
    Five goals in two macthes for Alex Morgan...I know some people must be very happy for her while sothers may not....lol.....Surprised by Rodez winning at Soyaux, Turk-German Melike Pekel is doing very well in her first three months in France, too bad Metz recruited her quite late, but the big news of the day...and probaly even for the season...is the great win of Olympique Marseille against archi-rival (on the men''s side) PSG.
    OM is having a great season after a very bad start, they had many new players who probably needed time to blend in but now the excellent work made by coach Parra is emerging....they won eight matches of their last nine matches.
     
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  10. AndyHE

    AndyHE Member

    Sep 12, 2015
    Norway
    Club:
    SK Brann Bergen
    Country:
    Norway
    It's looking steadily less likely that PSG's point deduction will actually matter when it comes to battling for first place.

    If they keep dropping points like this and Montpellier can figure out how to deal with Jacobsson's absence, though, the outcome of the appeal may still matter for the UWCL next year!
     
  11. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    Too many bad things happened to PSG since the end of last year, luck seems not to be on their side.... not only for the points deducted but the continious serious injuries of too many key players (Boulleau, Erika, Katoto) plus not being able to count on Henry anymore....It will be very tough to finish the season well as even Cristiane went off injured yesterday.
    Montpellier it all depends on young forward stepping up to take Jakobsson's place while she's out, Blackstenius, Leger and Gauvin are only 21 years old so I don't think , due to their very young age, that they could deliver week in week out.....Anyway, here are the highlights of the historical OM's victory.. Sandrine Bretigny celebrated her goal as you should when you score in a so important game for your city...


    Here are the players celebrationin the dressing room, the man talking is Zubizareta ex-Barca goalie and now working for Marseille men team. He said he really enjoyed the girls game :thumbsup:
     
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  12. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
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    Lol, I guess it was from old Brandi Chastain's times that I hadn't seen a female player celebrating by taking her shirt off! :laugh:

    By the way, has she been yellow-carded for that? Is there a specific rule about punishing this kind of celebrations in French League?
     
  13. lil_one

    lil_one Member+

    Nov 26, 2013
    Country:
    United States
    The caution for removing your shirt is a FIFA mandate (Its in FIFA's Interpreation of the LOTG as an action that "must be cautioned") and not league-to-league.
     
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  14. CoachJon

    CoachJon Member+

    Feb 1, 2006
    Rochester, NY
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  15. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
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    So I assume my question becomes: FIFA's mandatory act has been executed? :p
     
  16. lil_one

    lil_one Member+

    Nov 26, 2013
    Country:
    United States
    If the referee is worth his salt, then yes.

    And according to this soccerway report, she received a caution in the 76'.
     
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  17. debzy

    debzy Member+

    May 26, 2009
    paris
    Club:
    Paris Saint Germain FC
    Country:
    France
    #3467 debzy, Mar 22, 2017 at 5:27 PM
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2017 at 5:34 PM
    Matchday 16 highlights:


    Best goal could only be Bretigny's not only because is actually not so evident to score to Kiedrzynek, D1F's best goalie, directly from free kick, but also for the importance of the goal and the celebration, I know that goal means a lot for Bret knowing her well.
    Very special mention to Alex Morgan exquisite outside boots after another genius assist from Marozsan...starting at 7:52..., when OL signed Alex I told you for me she could be very useful...even decisive in some very close games...because despite being at her ease technically, better than many thinks, Morgan likes to play without the ball by attacking spaces....only Thomis do that at Lyon.
    The only problem is the very short time that her new teammates have to figure out her movement but with Abily and Maro OL have the players who could give her these ball-through devastating for defense.

    ps: yes Bretigoal received a yellow card for her celebration. Imho to give one for that is way too harsh, there is obviously an irrational reason why she took her shirt off and is called PASSION for the game. Unfortunately at FIFA they never heard about that........
     

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