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Old 09-06-2011, 19:22   #221
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Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama announces four-year deal with Lille
Nigeria number one makes the move to Ligue 1 champions Lille following a six-year stint in Israel with Bnei Yehuda and Hapoel Tel Aviv

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Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama will begin the new season in Ligue 1 after signing a four-year deal with French champions Lille.

After six years in Israel with Bnei Yehuda and Hapoel Tel Aviv where he won two State Cups and a league title with the latter, Enyeama will move to France and have a chance to play in the Champions League next season.

"I can confirm that I have finally signed a four-year deal with Lille of France and I am happy that the move will boost my performance for Nigeria and the club," the 28-year-old said to Complete Sports.

After being voted the best player in two of Nigeria’s matches at the 2010 World Cup, many expected Enyeama to move to a bigger European club but that was not to be.

Enyeama’s move to Lille will see him compete for a starting place alongside established number one Mickael Landreau.

As well as being a safe pair of hands, the reigning Nigerian Footballer of the Year is known for his penalty kicks which earned him eight goals in 112 appearances for Hapoel including one in the Champions League against Red Bull Salzburg last season.
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Old 11-06-2011, 18:54   #222
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Any Olympique Lyonnais fans here?

Sad thing thats happened to this once very dominating club. End of a cycle if you will but not only that, new coach to come in and a whole load of transfers to happen. Get ready for a revolution @ Lyon this summer.

Claude Puel is on his way out and gladly so, he has struggled with the once 7 times back to back champions of France. I agree that they have dipped into the market for mediocrity during his tenure there but i hope things change now and Lyon comes back to the top where they belong.

Picked up on 2 of their formations of this past season,

http://www.football-lineups.com/match/97038/

http://www.football-lineups.com/match/102431/

From these two line ups its been said that in defense Diakite [on loan from D Kiev] will not be redeemed and will return to his club. They have a replacement in Dejan Lovren but he has been more impressive @ DM a la Toulalan. Furthermore LB Aly Cissokho has been linked to a move to Schalke and also looks likely to leave after having a very poor season.

The midfield will see drastic changes with some core players ready to depart. Toulalan, could be heading to La Liga after being courted by ambitious Malaga where as his CM partner Kim Kalstrom looks set to finally seal his move to Galatasaray.

Other creative midfield options include the South American trio of Delgado, Bastos and Ederson, all who are set to leave the club this summer. Delgado has already left on a free transfer, Bastos has admirers in Italy and wants a move to Juve and Edersen is also bankable.

Most of the youngsters are set to stay and there wont be much change in attack as Lopez and Gomis are content.

Now for the incoming talent, Lyon is more or less looking towards a complete midfield makeover. Young destroyer Fernando Reges [Porto] and young midfield maestro Marvin Martin head the target list for Les Gones. Furthermore they are in the market for defenders, the following names have been mentioned: Raphaël Varane, Bruno Ecuelé-Manga and Ezequiel Garay. Last but not least some more exciting young talent is being hunted down: Moussa Sissoko, Ryad Boudebouz and Pablo Piatti.

One thing is for sure, Lyon can slowly become a powerhouse again in French football after this summers revolution but will need to sign a top manager if they intend to do so, another Claude Puel and they could slip further down the league standings. There will certainly be more pressure from the top two [Lille and Marseille] but also from PSG who have new Qatari owners and are targeting major players...

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Old 12-06-2011, 10:45   #223
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Linked with Samuel Eto’o, Dimitar Berbatov & more - Paris Saint-Germain are the Manchester City of France
Boosted by investment from Qatar, the club from the French capital are presently being linked with a wide array of top names as the summer transfer window opens

http://www.goal.com/en/news/1717/edi...re-paris-saint

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Lorient's Kevin Gameiro on verge of completing €11m transfer to Paris Saint-Germain - report
France international looks on course to join capital-based side as reports claim he will have a medical and then pen a four-year contract

http://www.goal.com/en/news/90/franc...g-11m-transfer

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Old 20-06-2011, 07:23   #224
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Good article on PSG's Qatari investment. http://frenchfootballweekly.wordpres...is-st-germain/

Fairly interesting points made about the conflict between two ways of development. Is the Qatari investment route disrupting the youth development route? Should be interesting to watch.
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Old 20-06-2011, 16:17   #225
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Good article on PSG's Qatari investment. http://frenchfootballweekly.wordpres...is-st-germain/

Fairly interesting points made about the conflict between two ways of development. Is the Qatari investment route disrupting the youth development route? Should be interesting to watch.
It all depends on the ambition of the Qatari's IMO. If they will be happy with PSG being one of the best teams in France and eventually making it in UCL, then they should give a lot of space for players of the youth system.

But if they are willing to spend a lot and want PSG to chalenge for UCL, or at least do a Lyon, I doubt they will be happy with players from the youth system. As good as the U-19 and 17 teams of PSG may be, it will not bring them to top of Europe.
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It all depends on the ambition of the Qatari's IMO. If they will be happy with PSG being one of the best teams in France and eventually making it in UCL, then they should give a lot of space for players of the youth system.

But if they are willing to spend a lot and want PSG to chalenge for UCL, or at least do a Lyon, I doubt they will be happy with players from the youth system. As good as the U-19 and 17 teams of PSG may be, it will not bring them to top of Europe.
Yes. The issue, as the article mentions, is that they need to choose. We know how 'Zidanes and Pavones' turned out - it is difficult and not sensible to have two entirely different philosophies at work at the same time. So they need to choose their priority and decide on the adequate system. Whether it's Champions or Kids.
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Berbaflop to PSG?
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Former Arsenal midfielder Rémi Garde appointed coach of Lyon
• Youth coach steps up after Claude Puel's sacking
• Garde won Double at Arsenal in 1998

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2...rde-coach-lyon

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I hope he can emulate Paul Le Guen, involve youth and unearth the next few stars for them
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Old 22-06-2011, 23:57   #229
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PSG looks very likely to sign Guillermo Ochoa, I know he is supposed to be pretty good but what do you guys think of him?


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PSG looks very likely to sign Guillermo Ochoa, I know he is supposed to be pretty good but what do you guys think of him?
overrated a bit.

He was suppose to be the next big thing 4 years ago. Today, still making silly errors. Classic Latin American keeper. AMazing reflex save, followed by horrendous positioning error leading to easy goal

He's amelia/marchetti/gomes/victor valdes (of a few years ago) class


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The most recent I've heard of Ochoa is his involvement in that Mexican doping scandal.
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overrated a bit.

He was suppose to be the next big thing 4 years ago. Today, still making silly errors. Classic Latin American keeper. AMazing reflex save, followed by horrendous positioning error leading to easy goal

He's amelia/marchetti/gomes/victor valdes (of a few years ago) class
Off topic: Why do people on this forum underrate Victor Valdes? Hes pretty much top quality, i agree at times he doesnt have much to do in matches but he has great composure and reflexes and does come in handy when called up.

On topic: Ochoa is nothing great + as Necro mentioned hes been involved in the doping scandal so not sure if the move will materialize.
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Off topic: Why do people on this forum underrate Victor Valdes? Hes pretty much top quality, i agree at times he doesnt have much to do in matches but he has great composure and reflexes and does come in handy when called up.

On topic: Ochoa is nothing great + as Necro mentioned hes been involved in the doping scandal so not sure if the move will materialize.
thats why i said 'a few years ago'

Valdes has been solid recently, but he was a punchline maybe 3-4 seasons ago and fell into line of other keepers i listed.


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Old 23-06-2011, 07:28   #234
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thats why i said 'a few years ago'

Valdes has been solid recently, but he was a punchline maybe 3-4 seasons ago and fell into line of other keepers i listed.
Ohh right, yeah he wasnt that great 4 years back but now hes a top keeper.
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Old 23-06-2011, 18:17   #235
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I expect great to big signings at PSG, mini rebuilding revolution at Lyon and Lille to bolster up for the CL but so far its Marseille making the right moves in the market. They have reached agreement for two players already. Alou Diarra and Nicolas N'Koulou [former Milan target] are set to join Deschamps men in the next few days.

A dominant DM and a promising CB/RB, great way to start the summer market for the league runners up. Watch out for them next season.
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Old 24-06-2011, 07:07   #236
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Valdes has improved in the sense that now he does really good saves (from shots outside the box mostly), but he still makes soo many mistakes comming out in corner kicks, positioning, even in goal kicks his really not a secure kepper, and #1 rule for any kepper that wants to be rated above average is that you have to give security to your team, Valdes always makes 1 mistake per game, Barcelona is saved cause a) Valdes really doesn't get exposed much with their defensive tactics b) not every mistake a kepper makes ends up in goal. Any coincidence Valdes' supposed improvement came in the era of Barcelona's super effective defensive tactics?

Valdes and Abbiati for me are on same level of "meh", that gets passed for good keppers cause they tend to make spectacular saves + tend to save their team in the few chances the other team attacks them (again same thing, this year we were barely attacked specially in the second half of the season where Abbiati's "improvement" was more evident, so chances of big mistakes are reduced, plus not every mistake you make is going to end up in goals, which of course means fans will overlook at those mistakes). That said I'll give both of them a pass for this season and say they were good keppers (even with their mistakes, truth is there's very few keppers right now that I truely love to watch and that are above the average line that its only fair to those that tend to make that 1 crucial spectacular save get a nod even with all their shortcomings).

And both are MUCH better than Ochoa. With 1000 years El Conejo Perez (with his 1.60 mts) and Oswaldo Sanchez are better than Ochoa. There's soo many keppers that are better than Ochoa in Concacaf, but non of them have had the inmense hype machine that is Televisa. He had a dream debut, but has had zero improvement and does an incredible amount of dumb mistakes. Seriously, I'm glad we dodged that bullet when he was close to be with us (at least for now but I believe for good). If PSG starts by wasting their moment on him, then that's a millionaire club that won't hurt anyone.


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Old 24-06-2011, 10:29   #237
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Olympique de Marseille between wild rumors, leads and transfers

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Like every year, the OM is the scene of many maneuvers during the summer transfer window. This summer should not depart from the rule.

Transfers already acts to wild rumors is the opportunity to take stock item by item on the players that will evolve toward the Canebière next season.

To keep the goals of the Olympique de Marseille, Steve Mandanda remains faithful to the club. Moreover, it should remain the team captain Didier Deschamps for the 2011-2012 season. However doubt hangs over the identity of its lining. Elinton Andrade is not considered good enough for the job according to the staff of Marseille. The OM has targeted to replace two guards, they are changing Joris Delle and Gennaro Bracigliano in Metz, Nancy goalkeeper.

At right-back, competition should be tough! Rod Fanni, recruited during the last winter transfer window to compensate for the injury of Azpilicueta holds the rope to hold. The little Spaniard has not said its last word. While the rumors already sent to Valencia and Malaga, Azpi confirmed that he wanted to stay in Marseille: "My future is now at Marseille."

On the other side of the defense, Jérémy Morel Lorient was recruited to replace Didier Deschamps Taye Taiwo party in Milan. For 2 million, left-back joined the OM to become, in all likelihood, the undisputed holder of the position.

Souleymane Diawara is expected to remain in the OM to lead the central defense. To help, Didier Deschamps hopes to have M'Bia. But camourenais could soon join his friend Taiwo to AC Milan. According Itasportpress, it would be in the viewfinder of the team led by Alexandre Pato.

To complete the case, the Rossoneri leaders may even make an offer of 10 million euros.
Marseille should recruit one or even two central defenders. The names circulating are N'Koulou, the Monaco and the French international Kaboul. For the moment nothing is done, but according to the team, hopes to recruit Jose Anigo Monaco in a week.

A week now agrees that the time for Jose Anigo also recruit Alou Diarra.

Already last year, Didier Deschamps wanted to recruit the Bordeaux region, this season the transfer should occur. The sporting director of the OM said that the club "agrees with the player" and that the sum was close to "4 million" to recruit the French international. Alou Diarra would be the second rookie midfielder from Marseille. At the opening of the transfer window, OM had hired Morgan Amafiltano out of contract at Lorient. Alou Diarra then replace Edouard Cisse who wishes to leave the Canebière. The OM should not hold him by releasing his contract.

With the contract extension Didier Deschamps, the Marseille coach should be able to count on Fabrice Abriel, Benoit Cheyrou and Mathieu Valbuena. The first two cities have proclaimed their desire to stay at the club and Didier Deschamps is not ready to let the little elf French. Its starting price is set at 25 million euros, few clubs can spend the money to afford the services of Valbuena.

After a season missed it, doubt hangs over Lucho Gonzalez. Victim of a burglary and uncomfortable in Marseille, Argentina cravings elsewhere. The trail leads the most serious in Spain, near Malaga but talks dragged on. Charles Kabore could also leave the OM, rumors send the side to replace Alou Diarra Bordeaux.

If ever the Marseille midfielder knows as many starts, no doubt that the arrival would be recorded. In this case, we could see the arrival of Moussa Sissoko on the side of the Velodrome. The midfielder has a good output from Toulouse.

This year, the revelations were André Ayew Marseille and his little brother, Jordan Ayew. True to Marseille from the training center, the brothers will stay at OM.

It's all the same to Gignac and Remy, the two later recruits of the last summer transfer window. Gignac, author of a dull season, wants to win in Marseille and Remy should have a starting spot in the starting 11 since Marseille Didier Deschamps trusts him. During 2010-2011, the attack was the weak point of the OM.

Brandao loaned to Brazil due to legal problems should not find the Ligue 1. The club Cruzeiro should exercise the option to purchase 4 million euros. What to invest in a new striker ... Nolan Roux, Brest striker could be the man for the job. After a good first season in Ligue 1, it has a release clause of € 8 million.

Didier Deschamps, he dreams of another man. This is Gilardino, already last year the former world champion wanted to recruit the player of Fiorentina. This year, the transfer does not seem in a better way. Many other clubs would like to enlist Gilardino and OM, right now, other priorities.

11, the uncertain Marseille for the 2011-2012 season remains. At present, Olympique de Marseille recorded more departures than arrivals. The club must recover from the ouster of Jean-Claude Dassier as president.

The team led by Vincent Labrune directive, the new president, Jose Anigo Didier Deschamps and can now focus on the summer transfer window.

To know all arrivals and departures will record Olympique de Marseille, follow the transfer market ... A true sports drama of the summer!
http://www.menly.fr/2011/06/lolympiq...et-transferts/

Wow, as i mentioned before, Marseille are ahead of the rest of the teams in the market. Amalfitano and Alou Diarra pretty much secured and with a few more additions they will probably end up being favorites for the title.
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Old 29-06-2011, 07:40   #238
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Official: Lille snap up Saint-Etienne's Dimitri Payet
The France international has linked up with the Ligue 1 champions after being 'seduced' by their project and stated he is looking forward to Champions League football

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The figure involved in the transfer has not been revealed by either club, but reports in France suggest it to be in the region of €10 million.

The France international has penned a four-year contract which will keep him with the Ligue 1 champions until 2015.

Payet, who was also linked with a move to Liverpool, reportedly turned down on Monday a lucrative offer from Paris Saint-Germain to sign for Lille, and the winger has now explained his move.

"This was basically a choice based on sporting aspects. The directors and the coach convinced me with their speech," the player told Lille's website.

"I was seduced by the club's project. A new stadium within a year, a competitive team: here, there is everything to succeed.

"At Lille, I have the possibility of playing in the Champions League and fighting for one of the top places in Ligue 1."
Good signing for them and it paves the way for Gervinho to Arsenal.
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Cameroon's Nicolas Nkoulou completes Marseille move

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Cameroon defender Nicolas Nkoulou has moved to Marseille from relegated French rivals Monaco on a four-year deal.

The 21-year-old centre back reportedly cost around US$5 million.

As part of the deal, Marseille will loan their Togolese international defender Senah Mango to Monaco with an option to buy.

Nkoulou will join forces with Stephane Mbia at Marseille, who partners him in central defence for Cameroon.

"It's great to meet up again with a brother!" said Nkoulou, who was also the subject of a reported approach from Lyon.

Nkoulou will compete for a place alongside Mbia with Senegal international Souleymane Diawara but said he had no qualms about the competition for a starting berth at France's most popular club.

"Competition is a part of our job," he said.

"I'm a competitor. It's up to me to be ready mentally."

Marseille coach Didier Deschamps heralded Nkoulou's qualities, which he said had been "demonstrated very early on at Monaco, as well as for the national team," and said he had "the potential" to be a first-team player.

Marseille, French champions in 2010, are revamping their squad after losing out to Lille in the Ligue 1 title race last season.

As well as Mbia and Diawara, the French side have Ghana's Ayew brothers, Jordan and Andre, and Burkina Faso's Charles Kabore on their books.
Great signing for them, he was a former Milan target as well.

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Olympique Marseille reach deal to sign Bordeaux's Alou Diarra
Having announced the capture of Nicolas Nkoulou earlier on Wednesday, the Stade Velodrome outfit look set to add Diarra to their ranks following accord

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Olympique Marseille have reached an agreement in principle to sign Bordeaux midfielder Alou Diarra.

Negotiations have been on-going between the two Ligue 1 clubs and they appear to have found a breakthrough for the 29-year-old France midfielder.

A statement on Marseille's official website reads:

"L'OM, Alou Diarra and Girondins de Bordeaux have reached an agreement for the transfer of the French midfielder from Bordeaux to Marseille.

"There are still some details to adjust, but these latest points will be definitively concluded within the next 48 hours."

Neither Marseille nor Bordeaux have disclosed any financial or personal details regarding the move.

But it is said Diarra, who is tied to his current club until 2013, has a release clause in his deal which stipulates he can be sold if the club failed to qualify for the Champions League, which they did after finishing seventh last season.

Didier Deschamps' men are in Europe's elite cup competition after finishing runners-up to champions Lille.
These two signings should spring Marseille right back at the top of the favs list for the title, next up could be Didier Drogba!!
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Milan, Leonardo Flamini could follow Mathieu Flamini to PSG
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