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The OM group against Auxerre (Payet, Gigot and Dieng absent)

As announced on Friday by Igor Tudor at a press conference, Dimitri Payet and Samuel Gigot are out of OM’s trip to Auxerre (5 p.m.). Bamba Dieng, who ultimately did not go to Nice, is not called up either.

Montpellier: Dall’Oglio pays the media who already saw him fired

Very criticized at the start of the championship, Olivier Dall’Oglio has just guided Montpellier to two consecutive successes in Ligue 1. The Hérault coach responded to his detractors this Friday, two days before the reception of Lille during the sixth day.

« With the excesses of football today… well, I was not the only one in this case. I am no longer the target, I think that we were three well targeted. There will be two others who are going to be targeted. I find it very, very unfortunate, the technician railed in front of the press. I said that I would not speak about it now but I will speak about it in due time. But in general, I don’t think that’s the good side of football. I prefer when we talk about analysis of matches and on deeper subjects. Rather than football people. Afterwards, I’m told that you have to sell paper, I can understand it. I find the manners to be very rough. »

The summary table of the transfer window in L1

If you missed the end of the transfer window in Ligue 1, discover all the movements of the summer in the 20 clubs of the elite.

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Neymar, the man in the form of a leading PSG

Before moving to Nantes, this Saturday at La Beaujoire, PSG remains the leader but tied on points with Lens and Marseille. Behind, OL are three points behind but still have to play their postponed match against Lorient.

Note that despite the many rumors about his future, Neymar is currently at the top of the scorers (7 goals) and assists (6 assists) rankings in Ligue 1.

Hi there,

Don’t miss all the news on Ligue 1 clubs before the sixth day of the season. Here are the ten posters of the weekend in France:

Auxerre-OM Saturday at 5 p.m.

Lyon-Angers Saturday at 7 p.m.

Nantes-PSG Saturday at 9 p.m.

Montpellier-Lille Sunday at 1 p.m.

Ajaccio-Lorient Sunday at 3 p.m.

Brest-Strasbourg Sunday at 3 p.m.

Clermont-Toulouse Sunday at 3 p.m.

Reims-Lens Sunday at 3 p.m.

Troyes-Rennes Sunday at 5:05 p.m.

Nice-Monaco Sunday at 8:45 p.m.

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