Five months into the season, Ligue 1 now has its fourth managerial casualty of the season after Jean Fernandez resigned as Montpellier boss. The former Nancy supremo opted to leave his post at the Stade de la Mosson after a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Bleacher Report
Arsenal have moved ahead of Chelsea and Tottenham in the race for Auxerre forward Paul-Georges Ntep, after the striker admitted that a move to the Emirates Stadium would appeal to him. The Premier League trio – plus Aston Villa - have all ... FULL ARTICLE AT FootballFanCast
MONTPELLIER, France (AP) — Montpellier coach Jean Fernandez has resigned after a seventh straight match without a win.
Montpellier lost at home to Lorient 2-0 on Wednesday to leave it 17th place in the French league standings, five points off the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Oklahoman
by Associated Press Montpellier coach Jean Fernandez quits Associated Press - 5 December 2013 06:29-05:00 MONTPELLIER, France (AP) — Montpellier coach Jean Fernandez has resigned after a seventh straight match without a win. Montpellier lost at home to Lorient 2-0 ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News
French youngster Paul-Georges Ntep has revealed he would like to move to Arsenal. The 21-year-old is being tracked by a host of Premier League clubs, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Aston Villa and Arsenal all reportedly scouting the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Off The Post
Axuerre forward Paul-Georges Ntep has confirmed his interest in joining Arsenal during the January transfer window. Gunners scouts are believed to have been following Ntep closely in the last few weeks FULL ARTICLE AT Metro.co.uk
Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep has hinted at a potential move to Arsenal following speculation surrounding his future. FULL ARTICLE AT Sky Sports
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Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise, or AJ Auxerre, is a French football team, founded in 1905, playing in the town of Auxerre in Burgundy. Its home ground is Stade l'Abbé-Deschamps on the banks of the River Yonne (capacity 23,467, 22,000 seated).
Auxerre are famous throughout Europe, their success at the highest level being unprecedented for a club from such a small town (under 40,000). With... Full Article At Wikipedia.org