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Au revoir! French football ending League Cup

PSG's Kylian Mbappe lifts the Coupe de la Ligue trophy.
PSG forward Kylian Mbappe with the Coupe de la Ligue trophy in 2018.

The French football league says it's ending the League Cup competition after this season's edition.

The decision comes as the European Club Association pushes for cuts in national fixture schedules to create more space for an expanded Champions League in 2024.

The French league cites commercial reasons and says the Coupe de la Ligue could be relaunched in future years.

Ending the second-tier cup also reduces fixtures, gives players more rest, and creates an extra Europa League qualifying spot to...

Africans Abroad: Will Ansu Fati be Africa's next great superstar?

Barcelona wonderkid Ansu Fati is the name on everyone's lips after the 16-year-old continued to write history in La Liga this weekend, following a start to the season that no one saw coming.

The Bissau-born youngster has already broken records this season after stepping into an unexpectedly prominent role at Barca.

He became the club's second youngest debutant when he took to the field against Real Betis at 16 years, 298 days, and then became Barcelona's youngest ever scorer when he came off the...

Ligue 1 hoping for success in Europe but don't expect it to involve PSG

Every September, the excitement builds. And, as always, France is preparing itself for a new European campaign. There will be five clubs from "L'Hexagone" competing this season: Paris Saint-Germain, Lyon and Lille in the Champions League, plus Saint-Etienne and Rennes in the Europa League. Due to Strasbourg's elimination in the Europa League playoff round this is one fewer than last year (PSG, Lyon and Monaco in one and Bordeaux, Rennes and Marseille in the other), but it's certainly a more promising...