TFC's Andre-Pierre Gignac scored again, his 16th of the season coming from a nicely worked free-kick routine, while Bordeaux have won only once in the six games since Laurent Blanc extended his contract with the club. "When you can beat Lyon twice in a week it means you're at a certain level and we have to stay at that level every week. "We had to bounce back from Rodez, and our aim at the moment is to keep defending our second place," said Landreau, whose renaissance is all down to his coach, according to Sonny Anderson, the former Lyon striker who won the title under Le Guen in 2003. "I will wait to read the section of the book in question but I don't want to get in a row about it now.". Lille are now three points behind Marseille in third place and the coach, Rudi Garcia, has demanded more consistency. His name: Jérôme Rothen." We were like a fly squashed against the window." All rights reserved. Marseille, by comparison, have strung together three consecutive league wins only once all season and their cutting edge was lacking again in a 0–0 draw at home to Valenciennes, who hit the post, the crossbar, and saw Steve Mandanda make a point-blank save. Le club la débute en tant que tenant du titre de la Coupe de France et du championnat de Ligue 1 . He demanded the fan withdraw his comment – which he did – but the pair then squared up and had to be separated by stewards. Oh, and a title race that is officially ON (again). They were crap. The situation bodes well for their Champions League opponents Barcelona, but also everyone else in Ligue 1, not least Paris Saint-Germain, who are now only one point behind Lyon after Ludovic Giuly's brilliant volley beat Lorient 1–0. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. "It affected us all a lot, it turned me soft but I am back to my old self again now. Bordeaux's president, Jean-Louis Triaud, added: "The Toulouse gameplan is simple, they have nine at the back and one up front and they try to hit you on the counter. Saïfi lost his cool at the end of the game, and waded into the crowd to confront a fan who had shouted at him as the players headed down the tunnel. Caen slipped into the bottom three after losing 2–1 at Grenoble, although they were not helped by the referee Oliver Thaul showing Gregory Keca a straight red card after nine minutes, and then sending the coach, Franck Dumas, to the stands. Un doublé Coupe-Championnat qui n'avait jamais été réalisé dans l'histoire du club. In the last few days, one has fallen out over a bib, one might regret signing a new contract, one was sent off, and another admitted he has not been himself for months. the first time I've seen anything like that, Ludovic Giuly's brilliant volley beat Lorient 1–0, publication of agent-turned-president Pape Diouf's autobiography. He's so calm, he gives players a lot of responsibility and I'm not surprised to see him succeeding.". Bordeaux's top-scorer, Fernando Cavenaghi, is injured for the next six weeks and Champions League qualification, which is necessary if they want to keep Yoann Gourcuff, is now looking like their best-case scenario. ", Lyon's preparations were not helped by the late withdrawals of Hugo Lloris and John Mensah, an injury that forced Karim Benzema off at half-time, and a bizarre midweek bust-up between the coach, Claude Puel, and Anthony Réveillère, the injured full-back, who wanted to swap bibs during a training exercise. Lille beat Lyon for the second time in four days, following Wednesday's 3–2 French Cup triumph with a deserved 2–0 win at the Stade de France in front of a Ligue 1 record attendance of 78,056. Valenciennes have not lost since early December, and are now three points clear of the drop zone. "When the referees are rubbish and just produce a load of shit, it needs to be said," ranted Caen's Gregory Proment after the game. The 2009–10 Ligue 1 season was the 72nd since its establishment.Bordeaux were the defending champions.The fixtures were announced on 5 June 2009, and play commenced on 8 August and ended on 15 May 2010. "This victory was down to our courage," said the coach, Paul Le Guen. All this while the weekend action had the usual thrills and spills: shocking refereeing decisions, last-minute penalty drama and players squaring up to fans – all in the same game. Mon 9 Mar 2009 12.09 EDT He was not the only one with complaints: both captains had a go at referee Tony Chapron after Nice drew 0–0 with Monaco, with Olivier Echouafni (Nice) claiming his behaviour was "unacceptable and incomprehensible". "We still have question marks over the situation but it's the first time I've seen anything like that.". And yet we were surprised. Maillots Domicile Extérieur Autre Chronologie Saison précédente Saison suivante modifier La saison 2008-2009 de l' Olympique lyonnais est la cinquante-neuvième de l'histoire du club. Results, Week 27: Lorient 0–1 PSG, Marseille 0–0 Valenciennes, Toulouse 3–0 Bordeaux, Nice 0–0 Monaco, Nancy 2–2 Le Mans, Grenoble 2–1 Caen, Lille 2–0 Lyon, Rennes 2–0 Auxerre, Le Havre 2–1 Sochaux, Saint-Etienne 2–1 Nantes. The goalkeeper was terrible last season but is now back to his best form, as he showed when he saved a last-minute penalty from Rafik Saïfi that was very harshly given. That can no longer be an excuse for us. "Tonight they produced a lot of shit. "He took a penalty against me last season and he scored with a side-foot, so I knew I had to wait until the last possible second," said Landreau, who since saving a penalty from Lubomir Moravcik, then of Bastia, on his Nantes debut in August 1996, has now stopped 14 spot-kicks in Ligue 1. "Paul has a way of instilling confidence in his players. Sod off to the dressing room.' Back then, Lyon had barely even played in the top flight, so for them to be 90 minutes away from a Champions League quarter-final represents major progress, of course, even if defeat against Barcelona this week might cause more problems in their squad. On 6 June 2009, it was announced by Lyon that fitness coach Robert Duverne had quit his position to focus full-time on the French national team, who were attempting to qualify for the 2010 World Cup. "We do better against the top teams than the others and that's our big problem," admitted their star player Michel Bastos, who set up one goal and scored the other. "They beat us in every department but especially mentally," said Blanc. "I'm not making excuses but it took us several months to recover from David Sommeil's heart attack [last August]," explained the coach, Antoine Kombouaré. PSG still have tough fixtures to come against Marseille, and away at Toulouse, Lille and Lyon, but there's no doubt they are Ligue 1's form team. "I am not a racist," Rothen responded on Canal Plus. Lyon face Auxerre next week and any slip-up then could see PSG top the table were they to beat Marseille. The fan was taken away by police. "There was an altercation," admitted the coach, who reportedly barked at Réveillère: 'Who do you think you are? Tense times in France, and the pressure finally seems to be getting to the coaches. In fact, it was down to Mickaël Landreau. Lille beat Lyon for the second time in four days, following Wednesday's 3–2 French Cup triumph with a deserved 2–0 win at the Stade de France in … They were … I think I'd better shut up now.". Vincent Espié, who had previously worked as fitness coach for Claude Puel's former club Lille, was brought in as his replacement. "They wiped the floor with us physically, and when you play as badly as we did, you can't expect anything." It was a surreal game, as music was played over the Tannoy during the second half, a firecracker landed inches from Monaco goalkeeper Stéphane Ruffier and abusive chants were directed at Prince Albert of Monaco, which, said ex-president Jérôme de Bontin "were a form of racism that I will be writing to the league about". First published on Mon 9 Mar 2009 12.09 EDT. Puel is still nonplussed by Réveillère's decision to refuse him surgery after rupturing his knee ligaments in November. Available for everyone, funded by readers. ", Finishing second is still the objective at Marseille, although attention on next week's trip to PSG has been overshadowed by the publication of agent-turned-president Pape Diouf's autobiography, in which he talks about Lyon ("they think about the business of football before anything else") Barack Obama ("his election gives me more credibility") and one particular player who refused to appoint him as agent even though they had got on well: "He wasn't sure how he would be perceived if he had a black agent, and thought it was too much of a risk for him. There were three promoted teams from Ligue 2, replacing the three teams that were relegated from Ligue 1 following the 2008–09 season.A total of 20 teams competed in the league with … There are a few ifs to negotiate, but since when has that stopped PSG fans from dreaming? Toulouse are level on points with Marseille after the result of the weekend, a 3–0 thumping of Bordeaux. "The match was stopped every two minutes, the firecracker shows there are still idiots out there, while that music made me think I was in a nightclub," moaned the Monaco manager, Ricardo, while his opposite number, Frédéric Antonetti, who has probably frequented a few of those in his time, responded: "It's true we shouldn't have firecrackers, but let's not exaggerate, it was a lot worse in the 1970s and 1980s.". It was a huge win for PSG, not just because they were without the suspended duo Claude Makélélé and Stéphane Sessègnon, or because they reverted to the 4-3-3 system that had failed them earlier in the season, but also because they had just lost 3–1 after extra-time in the Cup to third-division Rodez. The reason?

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