2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-2, 18th in French Ligue 1
PSG all systems go against Dijon (1:21)
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164dReuters

PSG bounce back from Utd loss with win vs. Dijon

Paris Saint-Germain returned to action for the first time since their traumatic Champions League exit to crush Dijon and extend their Ligue 1 lead.

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360dESPN

Ciman confirms he's leaving LAFC for France

LAFC center-back Laurent Ciman has confirmed he is leaving the club for a transfer to France, less than a year after moving to Los Angeles.

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361dJeff Carlisle

LAFC's Ciman close to Dijon move - sources

LAFC defender Laurent Ciman is on the verge of a move to Ligue 1 side Dijon, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

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461dJohn Duerden

South Korea star Kwon out of World Cup

South Korea suffered a major blow on Saturday as Kwon Chang-hoon sustained an Achilles injury that is set to rule him out of the World Cup.

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550dIan Holyman

Anti-racism group reports Balotelli incident

Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN) filed complaint against "persons unknown" after Balotelli said he was target of monkey chants.

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553dPA Sport

Monaco go second with rout of Dijon

Monaco solidified second position in Ligue 1 with a 4-0 rout of Dijon on Friday night at the Stade Louis II stadium.

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554dIan Holyman

Alleged Balotelli racist abuse investigated

The French Football League has opened a formal investigation into alleged racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli with a final report due in mid-March.

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555dIan Holyman

Balotelli official did not hear racist abuse

The referee who booked Mario Balotelli after the Nice striker alleged he had been the victim of racist abuse has insisted he did not hear the insults.

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556dIan Holyman

Ref criticised after Balotelli racism yellow

The referee who booked Mario Balotelli for making a gesture toward Dijon fans after being subjected monkey chants is "doubly guilty," CRAN has said.

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558dIan Holyman

Balotelli booking condemned by Kick It Out

Dijon striker Wesley Said and Kick It Out each condemned the decision to book Nice's Mario Balotelli after he was victimised by racist abuse.

RankingsFrench Ligue 1

Goal Difference-2Tied-15th
Goals Scored1Tied-14th
Assists0Tied-16th
Goals Conceded316th