Get ready for an exciting weekend of football with some of the most awaited matches lined up for Saturday, December 2nd. Don't miss a minute of the action with all matches being broadcasted live. Here's the schedule:
- 15:00 Girondins de Bordeaux vs Troyes (beIN Sports 1)
- 19:00 Valenciennes FC vs FC Annecy (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 Pau FC vs USL Dunkerque (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 Stade Lavallois vs Grenoble Foot 38 (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 En Avant Guingamp vs Paris FC (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 SM Caen vs Bastia (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 Amiens SC vs AS Saint-Etienne (beIN Sports 1)
- 19:00 Rodez Aveyron vs US Concarneau (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 AC Ajaccio vs SCO Angers (Amazon Prime Video)
- 19:00 AJ Auxerre vs Quevilly-Rouen Métropole (Amazon Prime Video)
Highlighting the appointment of Nicolas Seube, who takes up the coaching reins at Caen, following the 16th matchday of Ligue 2. On the field, results from the matchday 15 saw Angers rise to the second place after a victory over Caen. Off the field, Girondins de Bordeaux faces disciplinary actions in the form of hefty fines and a spectator ban due to unruly fan behavior during the match against Rodez.
In Troyes, the club is reportedly preparing to terminate Patrick Kisnorbo's tenure. Meanwhile, AS Saint-Etienne suffered a setback with a defeat at the hands of Pau FC. On a brighter note for Bordeaux, the club is reported to be gaining financial stability under the leadership of Gérard Lopez.
However, financial health is not rosy for all clubs. Notably, a national club is facing a looming bankruptcy threat. Furthermore, two L2 clubs have been red-flagged by the DNCG for potential issues. On the player's side, Bastia's Dimitri Lienard has decided to hang up his boots.
Emotions ran high during the match between Quevilly and Caen, resulting in a Quevilly player throwing a punch at a Caen player. The matchday 14 and 13 had their share of ups and downs, with Bordeaux clinching their first home win, and Jerome Rothen having a skirmish with his club. Paris FC managed to upset the mood at St-Etienne, while ASSE climbed to the second place after the results of the 12th Matchday.
The 11th matchday saw a victorious Saint-Etienne against Laval, and a failed retaliation attempt by Bordeaux against Rodez. Adding to Bordeaux's troubles is Larsonneur's severe injury, potentially sidelining him for three months. In the midst of all that, Albert Riera has joined Bordeaux.
- Sage's firm decisions for OL at Lens
- PSG set to compete in the Champions Trophy at Parc
- Igor Tudor's strategy on saving OL
- David Friio stepping up as the new OL sports director
- Grosso's big clash before his departure from OL
- Detailing the PSG vs Newcastle match
- The potential comeback of Bruno Genesio to OL