Schmid joined Ribéry
Holder, along with Friborg, became the Frenchman of Strasbourg’s Jonathan Schmidt Frank Ribbry against Leipzig this Saturday, with 273 matches at Bundesliga with the most appearances. On Saturday, Baizo was not present against Leipzig (3–0 defeat) and who was aligned as a rightful midfielder returned to the sideline after 80 minutes of play.
Few seconds for gouda
Mohammed Goueda of Strasbourg participated in the final seconds of the third Bundesliga meeting between Magdeburg and Mannheim (1–1) on Saturday. Baijois captured 9th place in the classification’s soft underbelly.
Kevin Gameiro, who trained at Strasbourg, came to play in the 66th minute on Friday night, thus reversing the situation in the final moments. In the 86th, led by Villarreal 1–0, their Valencia team eventually won 2–1.
A full match for Ilahimitra
Mulhausian Marco Ilhamitra has set a foot in Sporting Charleroi, as he played a full match against Saint-Triden again on Friday. His team, which has been stalling since the beginning of the year, has not received an opening (0–0).
Da costa victorious
Former Strasbourg natives Nuno da Costa and Royal Axel Mousrone dominated the Standard de Liège (1-0) this Sunday, a crucial breakthrough that allows them to exit the red zone of the Belgian Jupiller League.
20 minutes to Sakho
For the second time in a row, Strasbourg Ihsan Saiko was entitled to parts of the match this Saturday. He lost his team Cosenza to Frosinan (2–1) in the 70th minute of the game.
We don’t stop ishmael now
But where will the team stopped by Valerian Ismail of Barnsley, Strasbourg? He won two of his matches again this week, on Wednesday at the Queens Park Rangers (3-1) ground, then against Birmingham (1-0) on Saturday. With a game overdue, he is now 6th in the championship, qualifying for the season-ending access play-offs.
Critical success for Moufi
Mulhausian Fahd Mouffy tied the knot in central defense, and his portmanteau’s team won a very important match in the maintenance race against Tondella (3-0) on Saturday. The team looks to be more solid as Mouffy moves to central defense.
Jaendo Fuchs gives the title to the Rangers
Haute-Rinokin Jayando Fuchs held on to the ranks of Dundee United this Sunday, with Celtic hanging to Glasgow (0-0). As a result, the Glasgow Rangers were able to win the Scottish title yesterday, their first since 2011.
This Sunday’s suspended haute-réinine Jean Ruiz did not participate in Sion’s success on the ground to Lausanne (3-1). But he had an eventful week as his trainer, Italian Fabio Gross, was dismissed from his duties after being slapped in front of Lugano (0-3) on Friday night.
Tim Jabol in Cup Heroes
Former Mulhosian and Ludovian Tim Joebol is one of the heroes of the Round of 16 of the Coupe de France. After joining Stade Rance in July 2020, he found himself without a club last summer. He signed up with Le Puy on 20 January, a National 2 club that achieved the feat of defeating Lorient (Ligue 1) on Saturday afternoon (1–0). Tim Jabol held the entire meeting. Among the Merlas, Alsatian goalkeeper Matthew Dreyer was left to rest at this time.
Weisbeck and Nidor fall hard
Former Strasbourg Abdullah Nidur and Soshawks Alsatian Gian Wesbeck came out very strong on Saturday night, with Lyon validating their ticket for the Round of 16 of Coupe France with a score of 5–2. The berserk was replaced after 70 minutes.
Gilliam missed his penalty
Former Strasbourg resident Baptist Guillaume could ideally start Round 16 of the Coupe de France against Metz on Saturday. But the Wallenkinese striker missed a penalty after only 4 minutes of play, with Metz working on his own two minutes later and the Lorencers then (4–0) progressed. Gilliam was replaced in the 42nd minute. At Metz, former Strasbourg goalkeeper Alexandre Okideja was sent on Wednesday evening, receiving four suspension matches.
Alexei Peuget still qualified
Mulsian Alexei Paget, who worked for Racing Strasbourg, is also among the qualifiers for the knockout stages of the Coupe de France. His team of Rumili Valieres (N2), whom he joined last summer and whose captain wears an armband, achieved a small feat by dominating Anesi (national) on penalties on Saturday.
A draw for botella
SC Leon was checked out on Friday night by Ivan Botella, trained in Racing-Strasbourg, and SC-Bruce (1-1). The striker was substituted in the 86th minute. Leonis is still four points behind Sète to get out of the red zone.
Entering and marking the cross
Former Shilikois Jean-Philippe Kraso came into the game against Villefranche in the 67th minute on Friday night. He ensured a Le Mans victory by holding a penalty in stoppage time (2–0).
Andrew Jung, passed by Anseisheim and FC Mulhouse, aimed for Quévili’s win against Creteil (1-0) on Friday. The scorer in the 50th, the National’s best artisan, gave way to the 71st. Quéville, National has 2, Le Mans, 3 to 11 points ahead, and already Late 2 has more than one leg. In Creteil, former Mulahusian Lowac Bal came in 81st place.
Bokogo and da Silva holders
On Friday, two former Mulhouse players Joanne Bocognano and Sebastian da Silva were debuting in the ranks of SC Bastia, who scored an equalizer against Concarereau (1-1) at the last minute. Da Silva returned to the bench in the 63rd minute.
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