The quality of the French football is on the rise, says Jan Mosselmans of the Eleven.
‘At the top of the standings has PSG time needed to adapt to the working method of new coach Unai Emery‘, analyzes Jan Mosselmans, editor-in-chief of the Eleven, that the matches of the French upper class in our country emits. “The Ligue 1 counts now with Monaco and Nice’s two main challengers.’
‘The matches of those teams are very enjoyable to follow. The are both clubs that the education of young people high in commitment. All the two, they are also led by trainers who beautiful football. That gives the French league as a whole a new impetus.’
‘In addition, also want to traditieclubs Lyon and Marseille, their place at the top again take. The quality of the French football is really in the elevator.”
So much so that in terms of priority for Eleven catching up however compared to the Spanish Liga and the Italian Serie A. ” We send this season more matches than last season. We also try often a Belgian perspective. Thomas Meunier plays at PSG, Guillaume Gillet and Sergio Conceição sit at Nantes. Recently, we have reports broadcast on BonfimDante in Nice and about Nill De Pauw at Guingamp. ‘
“Ligue 1 is becoming more attractive, and not only for us. Also the question for our television viewers to the matches from the French league.’
Read the full report about the facelift and the revival of the Ligue 1 in Sports/Voetbalmagazine of 15 march