Real fear of losing Camavinga for several weeks

Real fear of losing Camavinga until 2024

Eduardo Cavaminga suffered a knee injury during training with the French team on Wednesday and returned to Madrid to undergo further medical examinations.

According to information from various Spanish media such as Marca or Relevo, there is no room for optimism within Real Madrid, where they expect to miss the Frenchman for about eight weeks. Eduardo Camavinga could not return at the beginning of 2024 when the Madrid club travels to Saudi Arabia for the Spanish Super Cup.

Rennes: Genesio is retained

As was the trend mentioned by RMC Sport, Bruno Genesio will be retained in his position as coach in Rennes, according to L’Equipe. The leaders of Rennes met at the beginning of the week to study all solutions to the sporting crisis facing the team: only 13th in Ligue 1, one point ahead of Lorient, play-offs and two points ahead of Clermont, first relegation . The leaders have decided on the status quo by relying on the winter transfer window as leverage.

“If you have to talk to the players…,” Tony Parker explains his new role at OL

As a guest of BFM Business this Thursday, Tony Parker lifted the veil a little on the many questions surrounding his return to OL. The former Spurs leader was indeed recalled by owner John Textor, but assures he is not aiming for a management position.

“I was asked the question: why was I sitting in John Textor’s seat at the match (against Metz, 1-1, November 5, editor’s note)? He asked me to go to the match and expressed the wish that I return to the board of Eagle, of OL. I said I could help, but I have no control over the journalists who cut corners and say I’m going to be president or vice president. I never said that.”

So what does it mean to help? “Giving advice on the board and whether I should talk to the players… I will not be there on a daily basis, nor will I be president or vice-president. That will not be my role at OL.”

Naples: Rudi Garcia’s message to supporters and players after his departure

Rudi Garcia posted a message on social networks on Tuesday after his expulsion from Naples. The French technician greets the supporters and his former players.

“It was not how I imagined greeting the Neapolitan supporters who have had me from day one. My sincere thanks go to them, the players and those close to the team and good luck for the rest of the championship and the champions.” League. RG”

Amandine Henry will play for Lille during the American offseason

This is a valuable reinforcement arriving in the North. According to information from RMC Sport, international midfielder Amandine Henry will wear the colors of LOSC during the American off-season in January and February 2024. The northern club and Los Angeles reached an agreement on Wednesday and his arrival will be made official on Thursday.

Promoted to D1 this season and currently 9th in the table, Lille will be able to benefit from the experience of the 34-year-old player with 96 caps, who will be able to continue training and playing competitively until the resumption with her American franchise of Los Angeles at the end of winter. Amandine Henry met the group halfway through the week. Contact with Olivier Létang was immediately positive. The two had known each other since the LOSC president was PSG’s sporting director when Amandine Henry worked as a freelancer in Paris in the winter of 2017.

Coach Hervé Renard in the loop

In addition, Hervé Renard was consulted in this choice. This is also good news for the French team and the coach who, after the draw against Norway (0-0) on the last day of the Nations League, was reassuring about this period without competition.

“I’m not worried about the next rally (in December), she will manage it. I’m sure she will make the right choice if she can sign for a club on January 1.” It is a real homecoming for Henry in her hometown, where she can also enlist her loved ones for a freelance job that is close to her heart.

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Union Berlin appoints the first female deputy in the history of the Bundesliga

Following the announcement of the ouster of Urs Fischer, the coach who led the club from the second division to the Champions League, Union Berlin made a historic decision by appointing a woman as an assistant for the first time in the club’s Bundesliga history. Marie-Louise Eta (32 years old) will actually be the assistant of Marco Grote, appointed on an interim basis.

Juve, PSG, MU… Youssouf Fofana, a closely watched Blue

Youssouf Fofana, selected again by Didier Deschamps in the French team, who should get some playing time during this international period in November, still arouses the desire of several major European clubs.

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Manchester United wants Jean-Claude Blanc… who is not indifferent to the Red Devils

Jean-Claude Blanc, current CEO of Ineos Sport, is not indifferent to the sirens of Manchester United. The current sixth in the Premier League has started a major internal restructuring. Sir Jim Ratcliffe (CEO of Ineos) is about to invest €1.5 billion and will get back 25% of the club’s shares.

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While we wait for it to become official, the big maneuvers begin. The general manager, Richard Arnold, was removed and Jean-Claude Blanc is at the top of the list to follow him. His position is yet to be defined, but given his experience, his arrival as CEO should take place.

Gallardo becomes coach of Al-Ittihad (and Benzema)

Marcelo Gallardo is preparing to join the highly lucrative Saudi Pro League, where a long-term contract awaits him at Al Itthiad, the club where Karim Benzema plays. The Argentinian coach already had contact with OM this summer, before Marcelino’s appointment.

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