Football: news of our athletes playing in Europe

Football: news of our athletes playing in Europe

The Ligue 1 Uber Eats and Ligue 2 BKT Championships have resumed on Amazon Pass Ligue 1, not on Canal+. A brief overview of the return to school for our Guyanese athletes for this new season that is already shaping up to be exciting. World event Lionel Messi’s arrival in Ligue 1.

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Ligue 1 Uber Eats, for its part, resumed the August 7 weekend. If Joan Salmier and Josue Albert, the two newcomers, did not play on the first day of Ligue 1, Jean-Claire Todibo competed in his first official match of the season with the OGC Nice against the Stade de Reims. The final score between the two formations is 0-0. The Egglons will challenge Lilly on August 14 at 12 noon.

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If some of our Guyana footballers are playing in Europe, preparations are on with their club, for others the first day of the 2021-2022 season has already been played. This is especially the case in Ligue 2 for Donovan Lyon and AJ Auxerre, who have chased 3 games without a loss since 24 July (2 wins and a draw). The Guyana goalkeeper has scored just one goal in 260 minutes this season. The next meeting is on Monday 16 August against Paris FC.

National 2…

The National 2 Championship (4th French Division) resumed on 7 August at the same time as Ligue 1. So last weekend was an opportunity for the former Guyana selection coach and now coach of FC Chamlieres to make his first move into the National 2 with a draw against Les Herbiers (1-1). The next match will be against Team 2 of Montpellier this weekend. Loïc Baal also made his debut with the Puy Foot 43 team and won 1–0 against US Colomiers, a club coached by Guyanese Patrice Maurel. For his part, Cayenne Bonnevi with OL Team 2 won 1–0 against Monaco Team 2. Gregory Lescot and Vance Osi won for their side in a 1–1 draw against Chateaubriand (1–0) and Marvin Golitin’s FC Bobini and FC Metz’s Team 2.

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News from Vankaizeel

We take the direction of the United States and more precisely Alabama State or Yana Dokos midfielder and Birmingham Legion FC Thomas Venkayzile stood out on the night of Wednesday to Thursday 12 August. The midfielder’s position entered the 60th minute of play when the score was everywhere, taking him only 10 minutes to make up the difference. After a good collective pressure he retrieved the ball thirty meters from the opposing goal and a brilliant cross placed it over the head of his teammate John Williams, who pushed the ball into the net. 2–1 to Birmingham, who would eventually win 4–2. Since joining the club, Vankazeal has played 6 games for a total of 3 wins, 2 losses and a draw. His club is second in the pool of 8 and therefore virtually qualified for the play-offs.

News from Odsonne Edouard…

Odsonne Edouard, announced on his departure last week, has finally donned the green and white jersey of Scottish club Celtic FC, which he has now been linked with for four seasons. Slightly inside since the restart, he scored his first goal of the season on a penalty against Dundee United (6-0 win for his team) last weekend. His future at the Celtics remains uncertain, but the Guyana striker appears to have left for a new season in Scotland, with a one-year contract left and could therefore be released at the end of the season.

Megan’s first move to AC Milan

The Nice finished their preparations with a gala match against AC Milan just two weeks ago. Match in which Mike Megan made his first friendly with AC Milan. The goalkeeper kept his clean sheet until his replacement in the second period. Final score 1-1 between OGC Nice and AC Milan (July 31). During a new friendly against Real Madrid the following weekend, the Cayenne goalkeeper stood out after stopping a penalty from Gareth Bale in the second half. The score went goalless during the 90 minutes of the match, while Magnon again kept his cage open.

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