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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
17 Caen 2 6 5 12
18 Dijon FCO 3 2 8 11
19 Monaco 1 4 8 7
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Monaco slump continues with 2-2 draw against Dijon

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MONACO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Former France World Cup winner Thierry Henry was denied a first taste of success as Monaco manager after a rollercoaster 2-2 home draw with Dijon on Saturday stretched their winless run to 10 games.

Following a 2-1 defeat at Strasbourg and a 1-1 Champions League draw at Belgian rivals Club Bruges, Henry endured a patchy home debut as Monaco salvaged a point after throwing away an early lead.

The result kept the team in 19th position, on seven points from 11 games, goal difference...

Jules Keita: 'Baba Neymar' takes Ligue 1 by storm

Jules Keita earned the nickname 'Baba Neymar' when playing on the streets of Conakry, and after being signed by Dijon this summer, he's already begun to live up to his moniker in the French top flight.

The forward was arguably the outstanding player of the Ligue 1 weekend when delivered a mesmerising display as OGC Nice were eviscerated 4-0 at home on Saturday.

In only 24 minutes, the wonderkid scored twice and contributed another assist as Dijon secured the most shocking result of the season so...

MLS is not a league for 'retirees' - former LAFC defender Laurent Ciman

Laurent Ciman has told L'Equipe the image of the Major League Soccer as "a league of retirees" is "false" after moving from LAFC to Dijon.

Belgium international Ciman has signed a two-year deal with the Ligue 1 side after a three-year spell in MLS.

The defender left Standard Liege for Montreal Impact in 2015, but remained part of the Belgium squad for Euro 2016 and would have been included in the World Cup party had Vincent Kompany not been fit.

"People have an image here [in Europe] of a league...

Belgium international Laurent Ciman exits LAFC for move to Dijon

Taylor Twellman shares his takeaways from the final regular-season installment of the LA derby, a 1-1 draw between LA Galaxy and LAFC.

LAFC center-back Laurent Ciman has left the club less than a year after moving to Los Angeles to transfer to French club Dijon.

Ciman, 33, signed a two-year contract with the Ligue 1 team. LAFC will receive a transfer fee of around $500,000, a source told ESPN FC.

Ciman's deal with LAFC was set to expire at the end of the MLS season this winter, and he thanked the club for allowing him to leave.

"As you may have heard, we are leaving L.A. for France," Ciman wrote on social media on Tuesday. "I want...

LAFC defender Laurent Ciman closing in on Dijon transfer - sources

LAFC defender Laurent Ciman is on the verge of a move to Ligue 1 side Dijon, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

Nicolas Martineau of TVA was first to report the news. A source with knowledge of the deal added that LAFC will receive a transfer fee of around $500,000 from Dijon in exchange for Ciman, who is poised to sign a multi-year contract.

The move comes at an auspicious time of the season for LAFC. The expansion side has fared well over the course of the campaign, and is on course to...