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Andre Villas-Boas set to leave Marseille after one year in charge - sources

Julien Laurens shares the latest on the Lyon president's efforts to overturn the decision to cancel the Ligue 1 season.

Marseille manager Andre Villas-Boas looks certain to leave the French club after they sacked sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta on Thursday night, sources have told ESPN.

The former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur boss was very close to the former Spanish goalkeeper who brought him to the club last summer. The Portuguese has always said that his destiny at Marseille was linked to the one of Zubizarreta.

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PSG to be crowned champions as Ligue 1 cancelled, Marseille and Rennes in Champions League

Gab Marcotti believes awarding PSG their third consecutive Ligue 1 title is the correct decision.
Julien Laurens expiains the regulations in Ligue 1 that explain how PSG have been named champions.
Frank Leboeuf questions how competitive PSG can be if Champions League resumes with the Ligue 1 season done.
Julien Laurens says there is a huge gap between No.1 Kylian Mbappe and No.2 Jadon Sancho on the best U21 players list.
Tor-Kristian Karlsen explains why it's so difficult to find faults in Kylian Mbappe, despite his age.
Frank Leboeuf reacts to the French government suspending sports until September 1, including Ligue 1 and 2.

Paris Saint-Germain have been declared Ligue 1 champions after the Professional Football League (LFP) in France confirmed that the 2019-20 Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 seasons have been ended.

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The LFP have utilised a performance index based on the number of points taken from matches played, confirming PSG as Ligue...

A tribute to Pape Diouf, Africa's pioneer into European football

The world of African football was plunged into mourning on March 31, following the news that Senegalese journalist-turned-agent Pape Diouf, the first black chairman of a club in a major European league, had become the continent's first high-profile sporting loss to the coronavirus.

Various African football figures throughout history could reasonably be classed as pioneers, but Diouf, who was appointed Olympique de Marseille president in 2005, held a position of power, prominence and influence within...

Ex-Marseille president Pape Diouf dies from coronavirus

Pape Diouf, right, died at the age of 68 from the coronavirus.

Former Marseille president Pape Diouf died on Tuesday after contracting the coronavirus, the French club has confirmed.

Diouf, 68, was admitted to hospital in his native Senegal over the weekend and required breathing assistance.

The man who led OM from 2005 to 2009 was due to be flown to Nice this week but his deteriorating condition made that impossible.

Diouf was well-regarded in the French game and Marseille wished him well in his battle against COVID-19 via social media just hours before...