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Nantes fan dies after assault before Ligue 1 game

Nantes said one of their supporters died on Saturday following an assault that took place before the club's 1-0 win over Nice in the French league, amid reports the fan was stabbed.

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Luis Enrique: PSG don't just depend on Mbappé

Paris Saint-Germain manager Luis Enrique insisted on Saturday his side do not rely only on forward Kylian Mbappé in front of goal.

Why Manchester United weren't penalised by VAR for McTominay's handball (0:56)
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7dRaul Moura

Sources: PSG to visit Corinthians' Moscardo

The "fight" for Corinthians midfielder Gabriel Moscardo has gained another major player, according to ESPN sources: Paris Saint-Germain.

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European Team of the Week: Torres, Onana, Rodrygo star

ESPN and WhoScored brings you the best players from around Europe's top five leagues from the last round of action. And Real Madrid's Rodrygo shone.


Mbappé, Balogun score as PSG beat Monaco

Paris Saint-Germain put on a scintillating performance to earn a 5-2 win over AS Monaco on Friday as the hosts strengthened their grip on Ligue 1's top spot.

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Nice's Atal to stand trial over Israel-Hamas post

French authorities detained Nice defender Youcef Atal and ordered him to stand trial next month on charges of inciting hatred after he shared an antisemitic message online, the regional prosecutor's office said Friday.

What Man United can learn from Jim Ratcliffe's time at Nice (2:10)
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PSG teen Zaïre-Emery set to miss rest of 2023

PSG midfielder Warren Zaire-Emery will be sidelined for the rest of 2023 after suffering an ankle injury while making his debut for France in their 14-0 win over Gibralatar on Saturday, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday.

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Deschamps: Zaïre-Emery out for 'several weeks'

Warren Zaïre-Emery is to miss "several weeks" for Paris Saint-Germain with a right ankle injury suffered in France's victory over Gibraltar on Saturday.