The loss to Dijon can be forgiven, I'm guessing that Conor had enjoyed a late night with Chloé the night before and wasn't feeling as energetic as usual. Drink some Gatorade and Red Bull next time mate, you still need to get the 3-points You've turned it around after that, the Bayern loss isn't a poor one by any means. Keep plodding along, the end of PSG's dominance gets nearer everyday.
Bordeaux Confirm Bigot Arrival
Girondins de Bordeaux have confirmed their first transfer of the January window, snapping up Paris Saint-Germain’s Lenny Bigot for €18million.
The 21-year-old French U21 international was transfer listed after failing to make a first-team appearances since returning from his successful loan spell with Borussia Monchengladbach last season.
Born on 7th March 2006 in the capital of Paris, Lenny Bigot joined the Paris Saint-Germain academy at the age of 11 years old. Just four years later, made his first senior league appearance aged 15 years old for Paris’ reserve team in the Championnat National 2.
Bigot pushed his way into the first-team with a Parc des Princes debut in 2024, starting against Lille in Ligue 1 at the side of Marquinhos. He would go on to finish the season back in the Paris Saint-Germain reserves but Bigot would force a more permanent role in the first-team the next season.
In the 2024/25 French season, Bigot made 12 league appearances for his boyhood team, including 8 starts in Ligue 1. He also made 3 cup appearances for the first-team as he halved his playing time with the reserve team.
With Bigot not yet ready for a more permanent role in Paris’ back line he was loaned out to Serie A outfit Fiorentina where he flourished, making 35 appearances for La Viola in the 2025/26 campaign as his team finished 9th.
After seeing the progress of Bigot’s development speed up on loan abroad, Paris sent him out on loan once again last season, this time to the German Bundesliga as he joined Borussia Monchengladbach for the season.
Once again, he performed very well both individually – picking up three Man of the Match awards – and as a team, becoming a key part in their qualification for the Europa Conference League with 32 league appearances along the way.
Following Paris Saint-Germain’s big spending on defenders upon his return, splitting a grand total of €175million on three new centre-backs in the form of Nikola Milenkovic, Marcos Senesi and Federico Aguero, Bigot would not be able to get close to a first-team spot as he had done previously.
He was transfer-listed for €18million in December and an offer was accepted two days later from title rivals Bordeaux who subsequently agreed a contract with Bigot and his representative to sign a four-and-a-half-year deal at Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux.
Scott: I agree but it's just a shame that we have to rely on them to be successful.
Seb: He shoots, he scores The Lille game was disappointing but certainly made up for with that run.
James: We won against Dijon! It's the other way around, Chloé was the factor in our run The Bayern loss wasn't bad so far in the fact we have now qualified for the next round, so we'll take it on the chin