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Lyon players at the Algarve Cup
« Reply #140 on: March 08, 2015, 09:25:49 AM »
OL's players have been in action this week at the Algarve Cup.  On Friday France had a 4-1 win against Denmark helped by goals from Eugénie Le Sommer and Camille Abily, with Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard and Amandine Henry in the team.

Altogether twelve Lyon players are in Portugal for this annual tournament.  Also on Friday, Lotta Schelin's Sweden lost 0-2 to Brazil in group A, although Schelin herself was rested with neck pain.  In group B Switzerland with Lara Dickenmann had a 3-0 loss to the USA, while for Norway Ada Hegerberg went on in the second half during her team's 1-0 victory over Iceland.

Finally, in group C Saki Kumagai's Japan beat Portugal 3-0.

Earlier in the week the Lyon players were also in action:

Wednesday:
Japan - Denmark
Switzerland - Iceland 2-0 (Dickenmann x 2)
Germany - Sweden 2-4
Portugal - France 0-1 (Le Sommer)
Norway - USA 1-2 (Hegerberg)

Friday:
Japan - Portugal 3-0
Sweden - Brazil 0-2
France - Denmark 4-1 (Le Sommer, Abily)
Norway - Iceland 1-0

Coming up on Monday:
Japan - France 15.10
Norway - Switzerland 18.30
Sweden - China 18.30

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/le-sommer-et-abily-buteuses-67568.html

On the down side, Lyon and France left-back Amel Majri has had persistent right-calf pain since the Cup match last weekend.  She has left the Algarve Cup sqad and returned to France for treatment by OL's medical staff.  www.olweb.fr/fr
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Rouen - Olympique Lyonnais on Saturday
« Reply #141 on: March 13, 2015, 09:55:20 PM »
Only three days ago France finished as runners-up to the USA in the Algarve Cup in Portugal.  This weekend, Olympique Lyonnais resumes the Cup competition with a semifinal away in the northern city of Rouen.  Rouen is at present in 6th place in the second-level D2 league.

OL trainer Gérard Prêcheur is forced to rotate his squad, with international stars Wendie Renard, Lara Dickenmann and Eugénie Le Sommer unavailable.  But Amel Majri is back in the squad after having gone home early from the Algarve Cup with calf pain.  

We are counting on the Lyonnaises to get the job done and reach a fourth straight Cup Final.  The record so far is 5-0 against Saint-Maur and 8-1 against Yzeure and La Véore.  In the quarter final they beat Guingamp, fourth in the D1 league and the team that eliminated PSG, by a good margin of 6-0.      

Rouen-OL Cup semifinal kickoff Saturday 18.00.

OL squad:
Keepers: Bouhaddi, Gerard -
Defenders: Kumagai, Petit, Carage, Perisset -
Midfield: Henry, Bussaglia, Traore, Abily, Majri, Garbino -
Forwards: Schelin, Hegerberg, Thomis, Cascarino.

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/pour-une-qualif-en-finale-67619.html
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Rouen 0 OL 4
« Reply #142 on: March 14, 2015, 09:40:10 PM »
Olympique Lyonnais won their Cup semi in Rouen this evening and are clear for the Final on April 18.

With preparations cut short by the Algarve Cup, and several key players unavailable, OL looked down the club heirerarchy to find eleven starters.  But against their D2-league opponents they quickly opened the scoring when Camille Abily ran the ball forward brilliantly and exchanged it with Lotta Schelin before running forward to score.

The hosts held out well, until half time, but in the second half Ada Hegerberg replaced Schelin and scored quickly.  She was followed ten minutes later by Delphine Cascarino: it was the 18-year-old's first match and her first goal for OL.  Hegerberg finished the scoring at 0-4 in the 77th minute.

This will be OL's fourth straight Cup Final but their opponents are not yet known until the other semifinal, AS Saint-Étienne against Montpellier, has been decided.  The Final will be played in Calais.    
  
Rouen - Olympique Lyonnais 0-4, Cup semifinal, Rouen, March 14 2015
Goals: Camille Abily 4; Ada Hegerberg 50, 77; Delphine Cascarino 56.

OL:
Méline Gerard -
Eve Perisset, Corine Petit, Saki Kumagai, Amel Majri -
Amandine Henry (Makan Traore 52), Camille Abily (Maëlle Garbino 46), Elise Bussaglia -
Elodie Thomis, Lotta Schelin (Ada Hegerberg 46), Delphine Cascarino.
http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/les-filles-en-finale-67623.html

Schelin, Majri, Hegerberg and Abily:

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Olympique Lyonnais 5 St Etienne 1
« Reply #143 on: March 28, 2015, 06:28:35 PM »
Olympique Lyonnais 5 St Etienne 1, D1 round 19, 22-03-2015
Goals: Hegerberg (24), Schelin (31, 73), Le Sommer (59), Abily (70).

OL:
Bouhaddi -
Dickenmann (Plaza 56), Renard, Kumagai, Majri -
Abily, Bussaglia (Perisset 66), Thomis (Cascarino 46) -
Schelin, Le Somer, Hegerberg.

Matchday 19 goals: http://www.fff.fr/ffftv/championnat/details-videos/149104-557203-journee-19-les-buts-
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Rodez - Olympique Lyonnais tonight in round 20
« Reply #144 on: March 28, 2015, 06:32:45 PM »
OL are away at Rodez, with the kickoff on Saturday at 20.30

OL squad :
GK: Bouhaddi, Gerard -
DF: Renard, Kumagai, Petit, Plaza -
MF: Henry, Bussaglia, Abily, Majri, Dickenmann, Pingeon -
FW: Schelin, Le Sommer, Hegerberg, Thomis.
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Olympique Lyonnais the new champions
« Reply #145 on: March 28, 2015, 10:27:01 PM »
OL had a 6-0 win away to Rodez this evening to confirm their ninth straight title in the D1 league.

Lotta Schelin: "It's a great satisfaction.  We looked for our quick game and we had huge presence in front of goal".

Wendie Renard: "Magnificent, historic.  It will never be repeated".

Lara Dickenmann: "Such a pleasure.  Many emotions after my first title.  Passing the time with friends.  That's what sport is, in the long run".

Camille Abily: "It's a real pleasure.  I have nine titles because I'm getting old.  We'll have a rest and then go to win the Cup".

Rodez 0 Olympique Lyonnais 6: with a 6-0 win for their 20th straight win in round 20, Lyon have won the league title for the 9th time running.  Abily and Le Sommer scored two each and the others were scored by Hegerberg and Renard enjoying the big moment.  

Rodez Aveyron Football v Olympique Lyonnais 0-6 (0-1), round 20, 28-03-2015
Goals: Hegerberg 20; Abily 47, 65; Le Sommer 52, 82; Renard 81.

Rodez: Niphon - Buscaylet, Ginestet, Haupais (capt), Lespinasse, Hoarau (Farrugia 69), Austry (Lemaitre 46), Cugat, Vaysse, Banuta, Cance (Kaabachi 60).

OL: Bouhaddi - Dickenmann, Kumagai (Plaza 71), Renard (capt), Majri (Petit 71), Henry, Le Sommer, Abily, Thomis, Schelin, Hegerberg (Pingeon 56).  

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/indetronables-67760.html  

All the goals in round-20: http://www.fff.fr/ffftv/championnat/details-videos/150504-558181-journee-20-les-buts-
Le Sommer's 0-6 goal is outrageous . . :)

 
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9 OL players in France squad
« Reply #146 on: April 03, 2015, 06:14:47 PM »
Nine Lyon players have been picked for the French squad to play a friendly at home to Canada on April 9:  Sarah Bouhaddi, Méline Gerard, Wendie Renard, Amel Majri, Amandine Henry, Elise Bussaglia, Camille Abily, Elodie Thomis and Eugénie Le Sommer. http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/9-lyonnaises-avec-les-bleues-67770.html
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Cup Final tonight
« Reply #147 on: April 18, 2015, 02:30:04 PM »
Montpellier and Olympique Lyonnais play the French Cup Final on Saturday in Calais, with a 21.00 kickoff.

La finale de l'édition 2014-2015 entre Montpellier et OL Féminin se disputera au Stade de l'Epopée, à Calais, ce samedi 18 avril. A suivre en direct à partir de 21h sur France TV et Eurosport.

It's on Eurosport in France only.  Anyone know if France TV can be seen on line?

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Queens of France
« Reply #148 on: April 19, 2015, 09:00:05 AM »
Olympique Lyonnais won the Cup last night to add to the D1 league title they already had.
 
Olympique Lyonnais 2 Montpellier HSC 1 (0-1), Cup Final, Stade de l'Epopée, Calais, 18-04-2015
Referee: Guillemin
Yellow cards: Toletti, Jakobsson (MHSC), Henry (OL)
Goals: 0-1 Jakobsson 26, 1-1 Hegerberg 46, 2-1 Schelin 76.

Olympique Lyonnais:
Sarah Bouhaddi -
Corine Petit, Saki Kumagaï, Wendie Renard (capt), Lara Dickenmann -
Amandine Henry, Camille Abily, Louisa Necib (46) -
Eugénie Le Sommer, Lotta Schelin, Ada Hergerberg.

Montpellier HSC:
Durand -
Daughetee, Wenger, Gadea (capt), Sembrant -
Toletti (Asseyi 80), Utsugi, Karchaoui (Makanza 55), Lavogez -
Tonazzi (Thomas 89), Jakobsonn.  

Article and match photos: http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/montpellier-ol-feminin-67893.html

Preview: http://www.fff.fr/ffftv/coupes-1/details-videos/151204-558801-montpellier-lyon-presentation-
Highlights: http://www.fff.fr/ffftv/details-videos/151484-559081-montpellier-lyon-le-resume-de-la-finale
Photos: http://www.fff.fr/diaporamas/details/151504-559101-les-photos-de-la-finale

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Football party at Stade Gerland
« Reply #149 on: May 05, 2015, 04:31:26 PM »
Olympique Lyonnais received their D1 league trophy at Stade Gerland on Sunday before the last home league match, against Arras who are being relgated to D2.  OL needed three more goals to beat their season's record set with 132 goals in 2012-13.

Squad:
Keepers: Bouhaddi, Gerard
Defenders: Renard, Kumagai, Petit, E. Cascarino,
Midfield: Dickenmann, Abily, Perisset, Pingeon, Garbino,
Forwards: Schelin, Le Sommer, Hegerberg, Thomis, D. Cascarino.

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/les-championnes-fetees-68014.html    

There was emotion on Sunday as Olympique Lynnais said goodbye to Lara Dickenmann, celebrated 200 goals by Lotta Schelin and set a new seasonal record for goals scored.

For her last appearance at Gerland, Dickenmann wasted no time at the start.  The Swiss midfielder dropped a precise ball on to Wendie Renard's head for the opening goal in the 3rd minute.  Soon after that Lotta Schelin imitated the captain by heading in a corner from Eve Perisset.  Ada Hegerberg made it 3-0 from a cross by Elodie Thomis, another headed goal, to break the season's record of 132 set two years ago.  4-0 came up after 25 minutes as Schelin stretched to another corner from Perisset.  

Before half time Dickenmann took a turn to score with her head, after a good buildup by Thomis.  Camille Abily scored in the 41st minute and then it was another by Hegerberg, again assisted by Thomis.  The defence put up by Arras did not cover itself with glory as Schelin brought her personal record to 200 in the 43rd minute, a feat celebrated by the home crowd of 6000.  The score at half time was 8-0.

The second half started with emotion as the crowd said goodbye to Lara Dickenmann in the 48th minute.  But the party continued with another perfect cross by Thomis turned into goal by Eugénie Le Sommer.  Then after a perfect 1-2 play with Maëlle Garbino, Schelin produced her fourth goal for 10-0.

Young Lucie Pingeon joined in after another cross from Thomis before Perisset scored a good-looking goal for 12-0.  Camille Abile scored her second from a superb pass by Saki Kumagai, and finally Pingeon scored another to make it 14-0 in the end.

Olympique Lyonnais - Arras 14-0 (8-0), matchday 21, Stade Gerland, 03-05-2015
Goals: Renard 3; Schelin 9, 25, 43, 56; Hegerberg 14, 42; Dickenmann 38; Abily 41, 78; Le Sommer 50; Pingeon 71, 90; Perisset 76.  Thomis 5 assists.
New record: 144 goals in 21 matches, average 6.8 per match.

OL:
Méline Gerard –
Saki Kumagai, Wendie Renard (capt), Estelle Cascarino –
Elodie Thomis, Camille Abily, Eugénie Le Sommer, Eve Perisset, Lara Dickenmann (Maëlle Garbino 48) –
Ada Hegerberg (Delphine Cascarino 56), Lotta Schelin (Lucie Pingeon 56).

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/fete-emotion-et-records-68036.html

Highlights: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2p5r2w_d1-feminine-journee-21-les-buts_sport?start=12

Elodie Thomis, Wendie Renard, Lara Dickenmann:

 
 
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Guingamp - OL 0-3
« Reply #150 on: May 15, 2015, 11:46:48 AM »
On Saturday afternoon OL took their 22nd and last win of the season, an away match in Brittany.

The players were able to enjoy their record season with 147 goals scored.  20-year-old Mylaine Tarrieu made her D1 debut in the second half.  The league's top scorer Lotta Schelin scored another two goals from corners by Eve Perisset at the end of the first half.  Just after half time Schelin served up a goal to Eugénie Le Sommer.

Guingamp - OL 0-3 (0-2), matchday 22, Stade Fred Aubert de Saint-Brieuc, 09-05-2015
Goals: Schelin 44, 45; Le Sommer 48.

OL:
Sarah Bouhaddi -
Corine Petit, Wendie Renard, Saki Kumagai -
Elodie Thomis (Mylaine Tarrieu 49), Camille Abily, Eugénie Le Sommer, Eve Perisset, Amel Majri -
Ada Hegerberg, Lotta Schelin.

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/guingamp-ol-feminin-0-3-68071.html

Matchday 22 goals: http://www.fff.fr/ffftv/championnat/details-videos/152984-560481-journee-22-les-buts-
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New faces at OL
« Reply #151 on: June 02, 2015, 09:33:07 AM »
Four new players are joining Olympique Lyonnais: Griedge Mbock, Claire Lavogez and Aurélie Kaci, plus Pauline Bremer from Germany.

Griedge Mbock (20), a defender from Guingamp and Claire Lavogez (21 on June 18), a midfielder from Montpellier are with the French squad in Montreal preparing for their first match at the World Cup.  Both are experienced youth international players.  Mbock has signed for four years while Lavogez has committed to three.

Aurélie Kaci (25) returns to OL after three seasons with PSG and started the Champions League Final three weeks ago when PSG lost to FFC Frankfurt.  She is a World Cup reserve on account of a muscular injury at present.  She has signed for two years.

19-year-old Pauline Bremer is with the Germans in Ottawa.  She is a leading goal-scorer from Turbine Potsdam and a holder of the U17 European Cup and the U20 World Cup.  She has signed for two years.

http://www.olweb.fr/fr/article/communique-de-presse-68226.html  

Pauline Bremer, Claire Lavogez, Aurélie Kaci and Griedge Mbock:

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Olympique Lyonnais working towards new season
« Reply #152 on: July 28, 2015, 09:03:27 PM »
The new season starts on 30th August at 14.30.

Ada Hegerberg, Louisa Necib, Camille Abily, Elodie Thomis:

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Olympique Lyonnais
« Reply #153 on: July 30, 2015, 06:02:57 PM »
Back from the World Cup and ready for the new D1 season: Lotta Schelin (Sweden), Ada Hegerberg (Norway), Amandine Henry (France).

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