Monaco vs Dijon by Isaiah
Monaco faced the first defeat of the season away to Le Havre with the score of 2-1. They were presented fairly modest, while Le Havre played very spunky, they blocked Toure totally, had the control of the match, and with two wonderful goals they got the win.
Claudio Ranieri chosen not to give any friendly game during the league break, as they have lot of international players and their roster would be incomplete. Meanwhile Greek midfielder Tziolis left for APOEL, he was not calculated from Ranieri, while main midfielder Bajrami is injured after his participation to Sweden national team. Main defender and captain of the team Andreas Wolf is out suspended and will be replaced by Brazilian Adriano. 18 year old Argentine striker Lucas Ocampos is now 100% ready and he will make his debut tonight.
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Dijon coming from a home win against Gazelec with the score of 2-1, in a dramatic game where till 80th minute Dijon were back to the score. Dijon did not gave up, scored two goals in ten minutes, and returned to the path of success after two draws in a row. Therefore, they passed Monaco in the league standings. In a friendly match during the league break they won comfortably over St. Etienne 4-3, with goals from Brice Jovial, Julio Tavares and Koro Kone.
Anyway, there was some very bad news for them during the break. They sold their best player, Benjamin Corgnet, to Lorient, while main forward Gregory Thil injured seriously and will be out of action for the next six months. Moreover, their absences not stop here. Main defender Steven Paulle, main defender Ousseynou Cisse, main defender Abdoulaye Bamba and main striker Raphael Caceres are all out injured.
After the considerable problems in Dijon, plus the huge loss of Corgnet, Monaco should bounce back to winning ways after the defeat away to Le Havre.
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