Friday, June 5, 2020

A midfielder of FC Metz waiting, ex-Grenats on TV, Moselle sports associations in difficulty … This is the sports recap

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The wait

The midfielder on loan from Monaco could remain at FC Metz. This is the wish of the club which has reached an agreement with its counterpart in the Principality. Kévin N’Doram must now position himself.

Kevin N’Doram was on loan to FC Metz last season. Photo RL / Gilles WIRTZ

The recruit

The former Senegalese hub of Aix-Maurienne and GET Vosges has been chosen by Jœuf-Homécourt to build muscular racket meurthe-et-mosellane.

Madiop Ndiaye returns to Lorraine after going to GET Vosges. Photo VM / PHILIPPE BRIQUELEUR

The transfer window

Everything you need to know about current events in the Lorraine football transfer market with recruits from the Portuguese in Thionville, a former Garnet on a Luxembourg bench …

Semir Louadj signed with the Portuguese from Thionville. Photo RL / Thierry NICOLAS

State of play

President of the Moselle CDOS (Departmental Olympic and Sports Committee), Agnès Raffin is well placed to take stock of the sports movement after two months of health crisis. And this one doesn’t really inspire optimism, yet.

Agnès Raffin, president of the Departmental Olympic and Sports Committee of Moselle. Photo RL / Pascal BROCARD

The balance sheet

The figures for violence and incivility committed during football matches in this unfinished season are no more worrying than they make the Mosellan District dream. They mainly echo that of 2018-2019. Analysis with the chairman of the appeal board, Henri Vigneron.

Violence and incivility have slightly decreased this season in the District. Photo archives RL / Pierre HECKLER

Ambition

After leaving CSO Amnéville where he coached the reserve team which is going up this season in R1, Arnaud Szymanski begins a new adventure by taking charge of the flag team of FC Thionville. He explains his game project.

Arnaud Szymanski (on the right with his assistant Jérôme Entringer): “We are starting on solid foundations”. Photo RL / Maury GOLINI

The hour of glory

Last October, the FC Metz veterans team, reinforced for the occasion by Robert Pires and Ludovic Obraniak in particular, responded to a selection of ex-stars of English football. All for a reality show…

A beautiful team of ex-Messins … Photo DR / RJ
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