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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Montpellier 0 0 0 0
12 Nantes 0 0 0 0
13 Nice 0 0 0 0
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Nantes hire coach Miguel Cardoso to replace Claudio Ranieri

Nantes hired Portuguese coach Miguel Cardoso on Wednesday to succeed Claudio Ranieri.

Cardoso, 46, was in charge of Rio Ave last season as the club finished fifth in the Primeira Liga and earned a spot in the Europa League.

Formerly an assistant for Braga, Sporting Lisbon and Shakhtar Donetsk, Cardoso signed a two-year contract with Nantes.

Ranieri, the former Leicester City and Chelsea boss, announced last month that he was leaving Nantes after one season following a ninth-place finish.

 By Ian Holyman

NYC FC's Patrick Vieira wanted by Nantes to replace Claudio Ranieri

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens weighs in on Patrick Vieira's managerial future and believes a job in Europe could catapult the NYCFC boss' career.

New York City FC manager Patrick Vieira is wanted by Nantes to replace Claudio Ranieri after the former Leicester, Chelsea and Juventus manager left the club.

Nantes president Waldemar Kita told L'Equipe he has already made headway in his search for a new boss, and said Vieira, who has also been linked with Arsenal, is being considered.

"We're thinking about everyone," the Nantes owner said when asked about Vieira, and also confirmed he had already spoken to Barcelona's former reserve team coach...

Claudio Ranieri's Nantes romance turns sour as exit looms

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Claudio Ranieir's adventure at Nantes could be coming to an end.

In football, you sometimes hear the cliche "a game of two halves" when one team dominate the first 45 minutes of a match and then for some reason (managerial changes, for example) the opposition the other 45. It happens quite regularly.

Nantes and Claudio Ranieri have done something a bit different and certainly far rarer in Ligue 1 this year: they have made it "a season of two halves".

Rarely have a team been so good in the first part of a domestic campaign and so anonymous in the second. When...

 By Ian Holyman

Nantes coach Claudio Ranieri misses anniversary celebrations to fix a leak in London

All football managers make excuses: their own short-sightedness, the blindness of match officials, or the cruelty of Lady Luck. But Claudio Ranieri has a new one.

The Nantes coach missed the French club's 75th anniversary celebrations because he had to go to London to fix a leak.

"Yes, I was in London this weekend, because there was a problem with the plumbing," the former Leicester, Chelsea, Roma and Juventus boss explained. "There was a leak in my apartment."

But that's not all. It appears the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Claudio Ranieri says he will be staying at Nantes despite Italy links

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Claudio Ranieri has said he will be at Nantes next season.

Claudio Ranieri has said he will stay at Ligue 1 club Nantes despite speculation linking him with the Italy job.

Ranieri, who guided Leicester City to the Premier League title and took over at Nantes last summer, is reported to be a strong contender to take over after the departure of Gian Piero Ventura.

But he has said he will be staying at Nantes next season, having previously indicated that he could move on if offered the chance to coach his home country.

"I'm under contract with Nantes," Ranieri...