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Marseille beat Dijon to stay on track for Europa League - Newspaper

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PARIS: Olympique de Marseille condemned bottom side Dijon to an 11th defeat in a row but coach Jorge Sampaoli said there was lots of room for improvement following Sunday’s 2-0 victory in Ligue 1.
Leonardo Balerdi powered in a header at a corner in first-half stoppage time and Alvaro Gonzalez nodded in a second from another Dimitri Payet cross on 79 minutes.
The scrappy victory moved sixth-placed Marseille one point behind Lens in fifth place and a Europa League spot next season. Stade Rennais and Montpellier dropped three points behind Marseille by drawing their matches on Sunday.
“The players are working to understand a new system, it will take time,” said Sampaoli, whose side won for the third time in four games since the Argentine took charge last month.

Five to watch for France at Under-21 Euro

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Five to watch for France at Under-21 Euro
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With France among the contenders at the Under-21 Euro which kicks off this week, Ligue1.com picks out five home-based young stars to follow at the tournament in Slovenia and Hungary.
Eduardo Camavinga (Stade Rennais FC)
Camavinga might have been included in the senior France squad for the start of their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign this week but instead his inclusion in coach Sylvain Ripoll’s Under-21 squad underlines how seriously
Les Bleuets are taking the tournament. Camavinga has only played once before the Under-21s, in a qualifier against Georgia in November 2019. He made his full international debut against Croatia last September and then scored his first France goal in a friendly against Ukraine in October, all before his 18th birthday. The midfielder only turned 18 in November and his form has actually dipped in recent weeks along with that of his club Rennes. However he has the potential to be one of the stars of the Euro.

Canada coach Bev Priestman looks forward to 'baptism of fire' against powerful U.S.

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"Obviously coming into this tournament it's not how I originally imagined my first tournament would be, particularly playing No. 1 in the world. But it's a great opportunity for anybody to step up and try and get their name on that Olympic roster," Priestman told reporters Tuesday from Florida.
"What am I expecting? I think in some ways I don't know what to expect," she added. "Like today (Tuesday), for example, it'll be a first session in for (Chelsea midfielder) Jessie Fleming. Today's the only day we've had the whole group together.
"So that first game will be a baptism of fire, in a good way. But I've asked the group to be really brave and step up and go towards the opportunity in front of us. I know that every player's going to put their body on the line. We're going to be a hard team to beat, that's what I've asked of them. And so, yeah, I'm really exited to see how players do on that opening game."

Canada coach Bev Priestman looks forward to 'baptism of fire' against powerful U.S.

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Bev Priestman calls it a "baptism of fire, in a good way."The 34-year-old English native makes her debut as Canada coach on Thursday against the top-ranked Americans at the SheBelieves Cup women's . . .

Transfer Deadline Day: Africa's biggest movers

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Which of the continent’s stars sealed new deals on transfer deadline day?
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Tiago Ilori
The ex-Liverpool man returned to France on deadline day, continuing his nomadic career with a loan move to FC Lorient.
Still eligible for Nigeria, the Anglo-Portuguese centre-back has all the tools to be an excellent defender, but he’s done little to convince Sporting Lisbon fans he can step up to the level required at the Portuguese giants after leaving Reading in 2019.
Some of the African deadline-day deals you might have missed...
🇳🇬 Tiago Ilori swaps Sporting Lisbon for Lorient on loan, rarely looked good enough at SCP since signing from Reading, but can represent an upgrade on Les Merlus' current defensive options. pic.twitter.com/Euwvdtm7Ij

Too Good, Too Bad: Nigeria's January transfers

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Ed Dove
13:00 EAT 02/02/2021
Goal assess the best and the worst of the Nigerian movers during the January transfer window
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Too Good: Joshua Zirkzee
Linked with a move to Everton and Juventus, Zirkzee eventually signed for Parma, where he will spend the second half of the season on loan from Bayern Munich.
The towering forward enjoyed a breakout season last term, netting four in the Bundesliga for the Bavarian giants, but he’s been unable to build on their success in 2020-21.
There’s little doubting Zirkzee’s quality—there are shadows of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in his playing style—and a move to Parma should allow him to get the playing time he requires at this stage of his career.

Revealed: African XI of January transfer targets

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Goal pick our Dream XI of African players linked with January moves
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Goalkeeper: Seny Dieng
The Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper has been linked with a move to Arsenal during the January transfer window, with The Sun reporting the Gunners’ interest earlier in the month.
At the time of writing, no deal has been done for the former Grasshoppers stopper—who is eligible for Switzerland and Senegal—but Dieng may yet move as an upgrade on Bernd Leno’s current back-up Runar Alex Runarsson.
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Defender: Tosin Adarabioyo
Fulham would be loath to sell Adarabioyo, considering how quickly he’s settled into life as a Premier League centre-back at Craven Cottage.

Ranking Africa's worst ever January transfers


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Which of the continent’s big movers of the winter window bombed?
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#7 Julius Aghahowa
A somersaulting sensation at the 2002 World Cup, the fleet-footed Aghahowa appeared destined for great things when he initially emerged on the scene, and enjoyed success with Shakhtar Donetsk after signing for the Ukraine giants.
A move to England—and specifically Wigan Athletic—didn’t go so well, even if then-manager Paul Jewell salivated at the prospect of working with the forward.
Needless to say, things didn’t work out.
At £3.5 million, he wasn’t as big a flop as some of the other players on this list, but he failed to score a single Prem goal across his year and a half with the club, and he departed for Turkey 18 months later.

Tino has the last laugh in friends' battle – Nehanda Radio

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The former Harare City man was denied by the post in the first half after he had beaten the Reims goalkeeper with a low shot from his left foot.
Kadewere and Munetsi have developed a very close relationship, which started in 2012, when they were still playing for the national Under-17 side.
But, yesterday, the two Zimbabwe internationals had to put their friendship aside.
The interesting sub-plot was summed up in the interview Kadewere gave the Lyon media before the match where he retraced the relationship between the two compatriots.
“Marshal is my friend. He is a great person. We started playing together in 2012. We played for the Under-17 national team.

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