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Olympique de Marseille: Droit au But

An Olympique de Marseille story for Football Manager 2016
Started on 31 December 2015 by mgriffin2012
Latest Reply on 14 June 2016 by Griffo
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2016-04-20 01:23#229798 Griffo : Get around Le TFC!

Haha we will do mate, when the time rises ;)
Go OL!!!!!!

#OLfor victory
2016-04-21 12:54#229856 Live For FM : Go OL!!!!!!

#OLfor victory

Well at least in you they've got something good going for them ;)
Sorry I haven't commented yet but good luck against Bordeaux
2016-04-21 19:42#229878 MJK46 : Sorry I haven't commented yet but good luck against Bordeaux

No worries mate :P cheers pal gonna be a big game!
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DECEMBER ROUNDUP: LIGUE 1 UPDATE


RESULTS

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02.12.2017: Olympique de Marseille 3-1 RC Lens
- Michy Batshuayi Inspires Marseille To Important Victory To Kick Start Month In Style
35: S. Besle
45: M. Batshuayi
53: M. Batshuayi
72: L. Ocampos
Mousa Dembele

09.12.2017: Lille OSC 2-2 Olympique de Marseille
- Poor Refereeing Costs Marseille And Lille Dear In 2-2 Draw In Snow
8: J. Martin
42: S. Boufal (pen)
46: S. Boufal
47: L. Ocampos (pen)
Sofiane Boufal

16.12.2017: Montpellier HSC 2-1 Olympique de Marseille
- Montpellier Defeat Local Rivals With Late Goal As Marseille’s Grip On 1st Loosens Further
28: I. Slimani
42: H. Ongenda
78: K. Berigaud
Mousa Dembele

20.12.2017: Olympique de Marseille 1-0 EA Guingamp
- Tight 1-0 Victory Maintains Marseille’s Hold On Top Spot For The Time Being
28: E. Cardona
Benjamin Mendy

LEAGUE TABLE


PLAYER OF THE MONTH

BRICE DJA DJEDJE

Dja Djedje has been by far the standout player in this Marseille team in December and has been a crucial part of the teams improved form and for him to contribute 4 assists shows how much more improved we have been this month.

MANAGER'S THOUGHTS

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A set of results that has seen us hang on to top spot in the League by the skin of our teeth and by the time we next play in Ligue 1 we will most likely be second as Monaco will have played their games in hand. The defeat at Montpellier has really cost us and the draw with Lille probably won’t have helped, and the worrying part was that the performances weren’t quite up to scratch. Having said that there isn’t a lot we can do about it now and we just have to keep going, trying our best and winning games. To end the month with a victory and a clean sheet is a big positive to build on going into an interesting set of fixtures in January that will see us play our first Coupe de France game, and the Quarter Final of the Coupe de la Ligue. The Evian game was extremely frustrating but we ground out the 2-0 win in extra time so that’s the positive. As for the Champions League, the 1-0 win over Lazio at the start of the month was very pleasing and to top the group was fantastic. Now we’ve been drawn against Galatasaray, which if we play as well as we did for the most part in the Group Stages, then we have a fantastic chance of qualifying for the Quarter Finals. Next month then we have to hit form again big time if we are to continue challenging on the many fronts we are competing in, but with the likely addition of new faces, I have every belief we can do it.


Still very much neck and neck... one great month or one poor month could realllly have a long term effect on your season!
Still holding onto that top spot which is the main thing. Look at Guingamp as well in 7th, go on :P
2016-04-22 03:57#229910 Griffo : Still very much neck and neck... one great month or one poor month could realllly have a long term effect on your season!

I think you're right mate, but no team wants to break away at the minute so its going to be a really entertaining campaign :P

2016-04-22 15:16#229922 ScottT : Still holding onto that top spot which is the main thing. Look at Guingamp as well in 7th, go on :P

Yep its nice to still be top but theres still a long way to go yet! Guingamp are doing extremely well, European football is on the cards certainly ;)
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CLINTON N’JIE LOAN ENDS AS MUNIR JOINS OLYMPIQUE DE MARSEILLE



Former Olympique Lyonnais forward Clinton N’Jie’s frustrating loan spell at the Stade Velodrome with Olympique de Marseille has come to an early end after manager Christophe Galtier saw fit to allow the Cameroon forward return to Tottenham half way through his loan spell. During his spell at the Stade Velodrome, N’Jie made 4 appearances for Olympique de Marseille, but failed to score or assist a goal as he failed to establish himself in the first team. However his departure was also triggered by the arrival of a new forward.



Olympique de Marseille would like to take this opportunity to confirm the arrival of hotly tipped Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi. The Spaniard who is also eligible for Morocco, has joined the Stade Velodrome club in a deal believed to be worth an initial £9 million to Catalan Giants, FC Barcelona. El Haddadi has struggled for football during the last couple of seasons and the forward has said ”I can’t wait to get started here. Hopefully I can earn my place in the squad and reap the rewards of regular football.”


Seems like an equal trade off
2016-04-23 17:09#229959 MJK46 : Seems like an equal trade off

I think we've got the better end of that trade off in Munir though mate ;)
Munir looks good though!!! likely to be better than NJIE

2016-04-24 05:42#229978 Live For FM : Munir looks good though!!! likely to be better than NJIE


He is definitely the better player in my eyes and to get him reasonably cheap was brilliant considering they wanted nearly triple that when we were making offers for him in the summer!
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CHAKER ALHADHUR JOINS FENERBAHCE SK ON LOAN



In perhaps one of the least surprising moves of the January Transfer Window, Olympique de Marseille have today confirmed that full back Chaker Alhadhur has joined Turkish Giants Fenerbahce SK on loan for the rest of the season. The Comoros born defender, failed to make a single appearance for Christophe Galtier’s side during the first half of the season after the fantastic form of both Benjamin Mendy and Franck Tabanou and as a result, Galtier saw fit to allow the defender to seek first team football elsewhere.

Galtier went on record by saying: ”I would like to wish Chaker all the best for his time in Istanbul. He is a fantastic player and unfortunately it didn’t work out for him here during the first half of the season, but hopefully Fenerbahce can be the right club for him at the right time. He was a great servant to the club off the pitch for the last few months and he deserves some success moving forward in Turkey.”


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