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ᑕ❶ᑐ FIFA 23: predict the 10 highest rated players in the game

the Fifa The games have always been one of the best-selling sports games, with each annual entry selling like hotcakes thanks to its rabid fan base. Players can’t wait to get into the latest Fifa and find out exactly how the game has changed over its long historical legacy. Some people might not like the idea of ​​yearly releases that aren’t anything substantial to the series, but there’s no denying that this business model has worked wonders for Fifa.

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With the release of the latest entry around the corner, sure people would already be speculating which players would have the highest ratings that would appear in the game. (Site notre bureau spécialisé) will receive the highest rating in the game.

There’s no denying that Kylian Mbappe is easily one of the biggest rising stars in (Site notre bureau spécialisé) right now. The transfer fiasco involving his transfer to Real Madrid and the ensuing collapse after he opted to stay at PSG shows what a name he really is in (Site notre bureau spécialisé).

He has lit the stage with his masterful attacking play, creating and scoring plenty of chances over many prolific seasons. He may be at PSG right now but everyone in the (Site notre bureau spécialisé) world has said it’s only a matter of time before he decides to switch.

9 Erling Haaland

Another name that keeps coming up with Mbappe is that of Erling Haaland. The Norwegian striker has made waves with his incredible attacking performances time and time again, proving he is one of the most exciting young talents around.

Fans are eager to see how his Premier League career will pan out, with Manchester City looking absolutely formidable with him as a striker. Considering Manchester blue side have struggled without a striker at times, it looks like Haaland is set to rack up some serious numbers in the squad if his form continues.

8th Vinicius Jr.

There’s a reason why Vinicius Jr. is held in high regard by many as one of Real Madrid’s most promising talents. So significance for the team can be summed up in the fact that the team wouldn’t even hold the champions league without a son but lonely who won the trophy.

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The fact that he has yet to peak shows that Vinicius is truly going to be a scary beast. La Liga and the rest of Europe’s top sides should really be scared of this speedy winger tearing up his flanks in the next few years.

september Karim Benzema

For a very long time, Benzema was known by many as the world’s most underrated striker who operated in Ronaldo’s shadow at Real Madrid. However, after the Portuguese left Real Madrid, the casual fans finally realized how important Benzema was to the team.

The fact that he is awarded by many as the winner of the Ballon D’or this season shows what a massive impact he has made this season. His contributions were thought to land Real Madrid’s many comebacks that ultimately culminated in the title.

The Egyptian winger is easily one of the best European players within a mile of the country. Premier League defenders fear Mo Salah and the reasons for that must have been pretty obvious – his playmaking skills and incredible dribbling led to many defenders being embarrassed by this magician.

Without Sadio Mane with him, it’s clear that Salah will take time to adapt to the team’s new playmakers. Luckily, it looks like Darwin Nunez is shaping up to be a great striker who is helping Salah rack up his fair share of assists.

5 Robert Lewandowski

Lewandowski’s move to Barcelona definitely shook up the (Site notre bureau spécialisé)ing world when it finally became a reality. Most people honestly thought he would never leave Bayern Munich! Lewandowski’s cover-up for Ballon D’or last year is something that still annoys fans to this day. Let’s hope his stay at Barcelona once again proves to everyone why he is one of the strikers in the world.

4 Virgil Van Dijk

The star Liverpool defender was expected to feature on this list at some point. Even a knee injury didn’t stop Van Dijk from proving to everyone why he is currently one of the best defenders on the planet.

Liverpool are a completely different team without him, which goes to show why he’s a part of the team. The Champions League may have been a source of great disappointment for them, but Klopp’s Reds are bound to bounce back with this huge Dutchman protecting the back line.

3 Kevin De Bruyne

Belgium is a country filled to the brim with truly amazing players, including one of the best midfielders in world (Site notre bureau spécialisé) right now. Kevin de Bruyne’s career resurgence from rejection by Chelsea to one of Manchester City’s most important players is truly incredible.

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Guardiola relies on this midfield maestro to work his magic whenever the team is in a tight spot. The fact that it took years for people to notice Bruyne’s brilliance shows that he made difficult things deceptively easy, which is the mark of a really great (Site notre bureau spécialisé) player.

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest (Site notre bureau spécialisé) players in the world, with age being the only choice who fights against him at this stage of his professional career. However, no one can deny that his impact on any (Site notre bureau spécialisé) team is nothing short of amazing.

It’s definitive on the final tapes of his career, and fans should enjoy the final moments of this incredible (Site notre bureau spécialisé) player. Even the ridicule of his transfer saga did nothing to depreciate his reputation, no matter how hard his haters might try to prove the same.

1 Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi is another player considered by many to be the GOAT of (Site notre bureau spécialisé). The Argentinian’s silky feet and quick movements have won over fans around the world time and time again.

His move to PSG may have accelerated slowly, but there’s no denying that Messi is still an integral part of the team. His vision is simply amazing, allowing him to make incredible passes and quick moves in the blink of an eye.

FIFA 23 Released September 30, 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, and Stadia.


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TM quiz at the start of the Bundesliga: test your knowledge of the first days of play

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Series snaps, surprising favorites, dramatic events. In its history, the Bundesliga has already had many stories worth telling on the first matchdays of a new season. In the TM quiz you can test your knowledge in ten questions about the history of the league opening and get in the mood for the new season. Will Bayern win again? Do you know how many times this has happened in the last 20 years since the respective champion played the opening game? And what champion hasn’t celebrated a victory to start the new round? Play now!

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Beauvais won in a friendly against Dieppe

NATIONAL 2 – For its second preparation match, AS Beauvais-Oise won 3-1 against Dieppe (N3), this Saturday July 23 at home.

Published: July 23, 2022 at 11:35 p.m.

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AS Beauvais-Oise victoriously continued their preparation with a second victory in a work match, this Saturday July 23 against Dieppe (N3), a week after winning at Racing CF (1-2).

The Beauvaisiens made the difference in the first period, thanks to a deflection of the head of Irie Bi on the reception of a free kick from Mauquit (30th), and Geran who did himself justice on penalty (35th). They consolidated their success after the break by Touré on a service from Jaki (54th).

« It’s always good to win for confidence, appreciated Sébastien Dailly, the Beauvais coach. Our first period was interesting, but the second more difficult athletically due to a lack of rotation in the squad.Eighteen players were used, including two on trial (Guillaume and Jovanovic).

« We show desire, enthusiasm and the team remains on the desired cohesion, Analysis Sébastien Dailly. The guys aren’t strong enough to develop things yet. It will come.»

The third preparation match will take place on Wednesday July 27 (6 p.m.) with the reception of Chartres (N2) at the Omar-Sahnoun stadium.


BEAUVAIS (N2) – DIEPPE (N3): 3-1 (2-1)

BUT – Beauvais: Irie Bi (30th), Géran (35th sp), Touré (54th); Dieppe: Minin (33rd).

BEAUVAIS – First half: Adicéam – Pelletier, Condé, Soaré, Digbeu – Irie Bi, Azbague – Odzoumo, Mauquit, Géran – Lemaire.

Second half: Kouamé – Pelletier, Condé, Soaré, Doré – Irie Bi, Popelard, Jovanovic – Touré, Jaki, Guillaume.

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Football: Big winner of the UNFP (4-2), Nîmes is reassured with the way

Victorious (4-2) of the UNFP, this Saturday at Costières, for its fourth and last friendly meeting, Nîmes Olympique was reassured at the end of a globally and logically controlled meeting. A good omen before the official debut in Ligue 2 at home against Caen on Saturday July 30.

They will therefore have scored more goals in 90 minutes than in all 270 disputes during the 3 previous friendly matches (and defeats). Facing the UNFP, the players of Nîmes Olympique went wild. Benrahou proved that he always knew how to mark and pass, Fomba showed himself with his head (yes, yes…) and the newcomer Labonne also went there with his goal. An ensemble performance to be repeated against more serious adversity.

The 3-4-1-2 conduit

For this last friendly outing, against the UNFP, a week before the start of L2 against Caen, Nicolas Usaï had decided to renew the same tactical system, his team playing in 3-4-1-2. In defense, the De Gevigney – Poulain – Guessoum triplet seems to hold the rope to be aligned against the Caennais. In midfield, Vargas and Sadzoute are in charge of the animation on the sides while Thomasen (or N’Guessan) and Fomba regulate the tempo in front of the defense. In attack, the duo Kone – Tchoukounté, interesting for its complementarity, benefits from the support of Benrahou, to whom the competition for the position (with Benezet) seems profitable.

Dominating in the first period but lacking in realism

That a Ligue 2 outfit should dominate a team whose players are looking for a club doesn’t seem too surprising either. The UNFP, in lack of especially collective benchmarks, logically suffered, in the first period, the game more in place of the men of Nicolas Usaï.

Without a big Over Mandanda in the visiting cage, the Nîmes would indeed have taken the lead in this match. About seven minutes into the game, Steve’s brother had already distinguished himself twice, against Tchokounté, the latter served by Guessoum, then Koné. The Dane Jens Thomasen, technically fine and active during the initial thirty minutes, positioned alongside Fomba, also tried his hand at a strike, unfortunately too crushed to deceive the vigilance of the UNFP goalkeeper.

Against the course of the game, it was nevertheless the team coached by Patrice Beaumelle who opened the scoring after twenty minutes of play. On a free kick masterfully wrapped at the entrance to the surface, Mana Dembélé lodged the ball in the small opposite net from Dias, too short on his horizontal trigger (0-1).

Volunteers and entrepreneurs, the Nimois were rewarded for their domination after the half hour. In the penalty area, Koné provoked the fault of Arthur Pontet, the former defender of the croco reserve, Yassine Benrahou transforming the penalty by taking Mandanda on the wrong (Site notre bureau spécialisé) (1-1).

A second act less sharp but victorious

The second period was more sluggish in the part of a Gard formation already less in legs. Also, no significant opportunity to note during the first quarter of an hour of a period singularly lacking in intensity.

At the hour mark, as expected, even if N’Guessan had replaced Thomasen from the restart, Usaï proceeded to a large rotation. No less than five changes among the  »reds ». If Ueda, apparently hit in the calf, only stayed six minutes on the ground, Benrahou was still there, too little altruistic on a situation by forgetting on his left the returning Eliasson before crushing a Strikes ending in slow motion in the arms of Malbec, the doorman of the UNFP.

It was twenty minutes from the end that everything accelerated and where NO managed to force the decision. In three minutes flat. In the 74th, a free kick from Labonne badly returned by the UNFP rearguard benefited Poulain, who was at the forefront and didn’t shoot low at ground level with Malbec trumpet (2-1) . The same Labonne who, in the 77th minute, must pass through to scorer, on receipt of a curled cross from Benrahou from the right (3-1).

To dress up this Saturday, 3 minutes from time, the Nîmes scored a fourth but by Fomba, with a header and the reception of a cross from the left of Eliasson (4-1). Before, in additional time, Mandefou, recovering the ball in the area, eliminating maraval and sliding the leather into the goal, reduced the score for the UNFP (4-2).

Actions of the game:

5th: free kick from Benrahou badly returned by the defense of the UNFP. The ball returns to the feet of Guessoum who serves Tchoukounte, who stumbles on the opposing goalkeeper, Over Mandanda.

7th: Vargas, active in his role as right piston, crosses for Kone in the area, the Senegalese international also stumbling over Mandanda, closing his angle well.

17th: the Danish midfielder Thomasen, interesting in his role as half-relay in the midfield, is met in a striking position but as a temporary, too crushed, is blocked by Mandanda.

20th: Timid reaction from the UNFP with the midfielder Espinosa who tries his luck at twenty meters, full axis, but completely unscrews his strike.

22nd: the UNFP obtains a free kick at the edge of the surface following a foul by Fomba. Striker Mana Dembelé, not noted on the initial score sheet but finally well present at kick-off in place of Jobello, wraps his shot perfectly from the right to deceive Dias, the Nîmes goalkeeper, small opposite net (0-1 ). Patrice Beaumelle’s men smoke the advantage a little against the run of play.

32nd: again Thibaut Vargas who overflows from his right side, crossing the cord for Tchokounté who tries an acrobatic recovery which ends above.

34th: the former Croco, the young Arthur Pontet, comes from a foul on Kone in the penalty area. Benrahou is responsible for transforming the penalty by taking Mandanda on (Site notre bureau spécialisé) (1-1). Here is finally the first goal of the season of Nîmes.

36th: Usaï’s men accelerate. Following a recovery in the center circle, Benrahou launches Tchkounté deep, which instantly serves Kone, the Senegalese stumbles on an inspired Mandanda.

62nd: we had to wait until the hour of play had passed for a Nîmes opportunity in the second half. Benrahou forgot Eliasson, alone on his left, and armed a too soft shot from twenty-five meters that did not worry Malbec, the UNFP goalkeeper.

74th: free kick taken from the right by Labonne in the box. Following a poor recovery from the opposing defense, the Crocodile Poulain defender rose to the forefront, recovered the ball and lodged a low-level trumpet shot at Malbec (2-1).

77th: Ronny Labonne, very active since coming into play on the hour mark in place Vargas, is this time at the conclusion of a cross from Benrahou, scoring his first croco goal (3-1).

87th: Eliasson, from his left side, demonstrates his quality of center and his accuracy of (Site notre bureau spécialisé), deposits the ball on the head of Fomba, the captain concluding the offering (4-1).

90th + 2: At the very end of the game, Mandefou reduced the score by Mandefou, eliminating Mararval after recovering the ball in the area and slipping the leather into the empty goal (4-2).

The crocodile team: Dias (Maraval, 60th) – De Gevigney, Poulain, Guessoum (Ueda, 60th; Guessoum, 66th) – Vargas (Labonne, 60th), Fomba (cap.), Thomasen (N’Guessan, 46th), Sadzoute (Eliasson, 60th) – Benrahou – Tchokounte, Koné (Omarsson, 60th).

Echoes of the Crocos

Mercato. In the midfield sector, Léon Delpech, seen in L2 last season in the croco jersey under amateur license, will he sign his first pro contract with Nîmes Olympique? Response from Usaï, with a smile: “The president made him a proposal in January. It is still on the table under the same conditions. » During the week, the croco president had spoken of a young midfielder on the approach.

Nicolas Usaï also clarified: « We have an eye on several attackers, young people from Ligue 1 capable of bringing depth and speed. »


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The LDC broadcast on a new channel

To broadcast the two best posters of each day of the Champions League (as well as its two Ligue 1 posters), Canal+ has created a new channel called Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information).

Canal+ will delight its sports fans. For the coming school year, the sports service of the encrypted channel is launching two new channels to broadcast its numerous competitions and its programmes: Canal+ Sport 360, which replaces Canal+ Décalé and which is in the basic offer of Canal+ (20, €99/month), as well as Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information), accessible via the Sport pack (€34.99/month).

Everything on (Site notre bureau spécialisé) on Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information)

Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information) will offer the entire (Site notre bureau spécialisé) offer of C+, namely the two matches of League 1 (Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon), the two best posters of each day of Champions League (One on Tuesday, another on Wednesday), as well as the Premier League and one Europa League or Europa League Conference meeting per European week.

Canal+’s premium channel will still not offer live (Site notre bureau spécialisé), but Canal+ Sport 360, which is therefore available without the sports pack, will broadcast the Wednesday evening LDC poster (but not the Tuesday one), the League match 1 of Saturday evening (but not that of Sunday), as well as the shock of PL of Sunday at 5 p.m.

The return of (Site notre blog d’information) day every day

Another novelty: the late (Site notre bureau spécialisé) club animation by Eric Besnard will become (Site notre blog d’information) day, you Monday to Friday at 8:30 p.m., on Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information). the Late Sport 360, presented by Nicolas Tourriol or Virginie Ramel, reviewed on the news of all sports from Monday to Friday at 11 p.m. The program of Infosport +, the channel in continuity, is also retrospective on Canal + Sport 360.

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Women’s Euro: The first known semi-final

Sweden has snatched its ticket for the last four of the Women’s Euro and will challenge the host country, England.

Second nation Fifa (behind the USA and just ahead of France), Sweden waited for additional time in their quarter-final of the Women’s Euro to eliminate Belgium (1-0), Friday evening, in Leigh (at the east of Manchester).

The Red Flames goalkeeper worked miracles in her but the 34th Swedish shot was the right one. In force, Linda Sembrant, the defense passed by the MHSC, gave the victory to her team (92nd).

The Swedes rejoice England for a terrible semi-final next Tuesday in Sheffield.

In the other part of the picture, in Germany it is better to see in the other square and attend the France or the Netherlands, who face each other on Saturday evening.


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against the Netherlands, Les Bleues looking for their reference match

The lawn of New York Stadium in Rotherham is a small part of the Jardin des Bleues. They who played their 3 group matches there found it again this Saturday evening, against the Dutch. Beware of a summer in the form of monotony! The small 12,000-seat enclosure will be the scene of a much more determined match than the previous three.

If successful in a knockout game, against one of the best selections from the Old Continent, the Blues would simply offer themselves a reference match. The one they miss since the arrival of Corinne Deacon on the bench in 2017.

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Friendly: Middlesbrough 2-0 OM (finished) – Football

Despite its very large domination in first priority, Olympique de Marseille fell on the lawn of Middlesbrough (2-0), this Friday, for its 3 preparation match for the other. Another setback against a Championship club in less than a week.

On a much better pitch and with ideal weather conditions, the Marseillais quickly displayed a clear superior technique. Still in the wake of a thunderous Tour which took a lot of initiatives, the Marseille club slowly but surely put down its game. However, the possession sequences were sterile and the ball only too rarely arrived at Milik’s feet, alone in attack.

Over the minutes, the Marseille domination becomes clearer. The Polish striker finally had the opportunity to distinguish himself but his low shot after a very good serve from Kolasinac was too crushed. A few minutes later, Steffen pulled out all the stops by fending off attempts from nder and Gerson in quick succession. The goalkeeper on loan from Manchester City once again saved his side before the break by beating Milik following an unsteady pass from a partner.

Returning from the locker room, Marseille were not far from being surprised but Lopez authoritatively repelled a powerful shot from Boyd-Munce. An alert followed by a sanction since Jones took advantage of an intervention by Balerdi to deceive the Spanish goalkeeper (1-0, 53rd). Forced to react, OM struggled to get closer to the opposing goal. We had to wait for Clauss to see the visitors worry Steffen, but the former Lensois was too short on two consecutive actions.

While OM should be able to return, the Championship club drove the point home through Tavernier, who stalked it after an intervention from Amavi, settled Lopez low to the ground (2-0, 73rd). The addition could have even been dirtier without an Ibre stop in front of McGree. Despite a last opportunity for Bakambu, OM could not find the net. One more time. We will have to do much better against Betis, in five days…

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Hennings lets Fortuna Düsseldorf cheer – Darmstadt beats Sandhausen

2. Bundesliga Friday

Fortuna Düsseldorf continued the streak of success in front of their home crowd and propelled SC Paderborn to the top of the 2nd Bundesliga table. After the 2-1 victory at 1. FC Magdeburg on Friday night, Düsseldorf, unbeaten at home for six months, also won against Paderborn 2-1 (2-1) and first sat at the top of the picture. The East Westphalians celebrated a 5-0 win against Karlsruher SC last weekend.

The Rhinelanders, who have suffered just one defeat in 15 games under coach Daniel Thioune, took a 1-0 lead after 81 seconds in front of 22,634 supporters thanks to Dawid Kownacki’s blistering start.

In an intense match worth seeing, the guests equalized through Felix Platte (21st) before striker Rouwen Hennings brought the hosts back in front (30th). Paderborn still had a good chance to make it 2-2 through Platte, but could no longer overcome Fortuna’s defence.

SV Darmstadt celebrate three points against SV Sandhausen

Darmstadt 98 celebrated their first win in the second game of the season. Fourth in the table last season, they won against SV Sandhausen 2-1 (1-1) and thus showed the reaction demanded by coach Torsten Lieberknecht in the face of the defeat at the start of the season in Regensburg. In front of 13,620 spectators in the sold-out Böllenfalltor stadium, Braydon Manu (9th) and Marvin Mehlem (55th) scored the goals for the Hessians. Aleksandr Zhirov (24th) scored for Sandhausen to equalize in the meantime.

The locals set the tone from the start. Manu capitalized on the second good chance with a shot from the left side of the penalty area into the top right corner for an early lead. Midway through the first half, Zhirov scored a surprising equalizer for Palatinate with a free-kick from a well-placed shot into the right corner.

Before the break, Darmstadt’s most active players were lucky that a shot from Janik Bachmann (38th) from six meters was too badly placed. After the substitution, Mehlem put the Hessians back in front after a remarkable one-two with Manu. In the last half hour, the game became more divided. The hardness of the duel increased and there were practically no dangerous situations.

3 new starts in 2022/23: The 18 second division coaches by tenure

Stefan Leitl (Hanover 96): Since July 1, 2022

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Marc Schneider (Greuther Fürth): Since July 1, 2022

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Uli Forte (Arminia Bielefeld): since July 1, 2022

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Dirk Schuster (1. FC Kaiserslautern): Since May 10, 2022

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Daniel Thioune (Fortuna Dusseldorf): Since February 8, 2022

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Marcel Rapp (Holstein Kiel): Since October 14, 2021

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Alois Schwartz (SV Sandhausen): since September 22, 2021

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Tim Walter (Hamburger SV): Since July 1, 2021

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Lukas Kwasniok (SC Paderborn): Since July 1, 2021

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Torsten Lieberknecht (SV Darmstadt 98): Since July 1, 2021

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Michael Schiele (Eintracht Braunschweig): Since June 6, 2021

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Christian Titz (1. FC Magdeburg): Since February 12, 2021

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Robert Klauss (1. FC Nürnberg): Since July 22, 2020

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Timo Schultz (FC St Pauli): Since July 12, 2020

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Christian Eichner (KSC): Since February 3, 2020

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Mersad Selimbegovic (Jahn Regensburg): Since July 1, 2019

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Jens Härtel (Hansa Rostock): Since January 9, 2019

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Frank Schmidt (1. FC Heidenheim): since September 17, 2007

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Football / Ligue 1. Habib Diarra extends Racing until 2027

The U18 international joined Racing in 2018 from FC Mulhouse. The midfielder had signed his first contract by, until 2024, in July 2021. A contract which he had already extended by one year last January. The player and the club have agreed to extend it until 2027.

Habib Diarra played four Ligue 1 games last season and he seems set to enter more into Julien Stéphan’s rotation, given his good performances since the start of preparation.

“We are very happy with the extension of Habib Diarra, reacted the president Marc Keller on the Racing website. It’s a great sign of confidence in his training club. Thanks to the very good work carried out within the Racing Mutest Academy, the club can once again rely on the young players from its training to feed its professional team. Habib Diarra will continue his progress with us and it is always a source of pride to see our players trained at Racing wearing the pro team jersey. »