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France’s All Black 2017/18 Nike Third Kit

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Fédération Française de Football (FFF) technical partner Nike has unveiled an all black France 2017/18 third kit. Available on March 22at World Soccer Shop,Subside Sports,Lovell Soccer,UK Soccer Shopand Kitbagalong withLes Bleus latest home and away jerseys, the new French change kit is part of the the Nike FFF Black Collection.

France EURO 2016 Nike Home and Away Kits

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UEFA EURO 2016 hosts France will debut their new home and away kits in match [...]

France 2015/16 Nike Away Kit

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France continues their recent trend of maritime-inspired away shirt with today's reveal of their 2015/16 [...]

Up-Close: France 2014 World Cup Nike Home Jersey

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Among one of the first new national team jerseys launched by Nike last November, the [...]

France 2014 World Cup Nike Away Kit

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Nike has released the France 2014 FIFA World Cup away kit. The new uniform was [...]

Qualifying with a statement 3-0 in Paris. That’s what was...

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Qualifying with a statement

3-0 in Paris. That's what was needed to get to the World Cup, and that's exactly what the French did.This photowas taken minutes after the final whistle at Stade de France, after qualifying for the World Cup.

France 2014 World Cup Nike Home Jersey

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Following Les Bleus 3-2 aggregate playoff win over Ukraine on Tuesday, Nike has revealed the [...]

Arsenal's Bacary Sagna Celebrates France's World Cup Qualification

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France secured their place at the World Cup in Brazil after a dramatic 3-0 victory in Paris on Tuesday evening. Les Bleus had a big task ahead of them heading into the game, having conceded twice in Kiev on Friday, but they put all doubt aside and came out winners, ensuring their place in football's biggest tournament next year.

France Complains About World Cup Playoff Seeding, Forgets About “Hand Ball” Rule”

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Ah, France. Once again, Les Bleus find themselves in a two-legged playoff with a ticket to the World Cup on the line. As a neutral fan, I of course wouldn't mind seeing France's talented stars take the field in Brazil 2014. After all, what would we do without headbutts and petulant player strikes?

The French Are Not Big Fans Of Les Bleus

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File this under Quelle surprise.

Since the magic of 2006 (extra time of the final, really), France has been in something of a downfall, hitting rock bottom in 2010 and bouncing back a bit since, but they're a long way away from the world power they once were. Turns out their popularity has hit the gutter too.

France’s Whistle Blowing Fortune

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Interesting footage to come out of Spain today: that big Olivier Giroud goal which saw Les Bleus net a colossal draw against the Milky Way Champeens? Almost didn't happen. With three minutes of added time, it appeared the referee was getting ready to bring the whistle to his mouth to call an end to proceedings, granting the three points to Spain.

FIFA U-17 WWC: Les Bleus! Les Bleus! France Puts Away Short-Sided Ghana, Secretly Wishes to Demolish Germany in the Finals

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The French side moves forward into the Women's World Cup finals, courtesy of two goals by Kadidiatou Diani and a short-sided Ghana squad, with power forward Jane Ayieyam sent off early in the second half, racking up two yellows in quick succession.

Thuram – France v Croatia – 1998

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While there may have been more beautiful goals scored, few have been as remarkable as this one. This was a hugely important goal, not only for French football but also for the country as a whole.

France: Mo’ Problems, No Money

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There is just no end to the toxic storm which encircles the French national team. After seemingly breaking from the dysfunction which defined their World Cup 2010 campaign, Euro 2012 was to be their fresh new start under the fresh new Laurent Blanc regime. Yeah, didn't happen.

Samir Nasri: Foot In Mouth Means No Foot

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International suspensions in the wake of a disappointing major tournament exit are becoming something of a national pastime for Les Bleus. After the clusterfuck that was South Africa 2010, Laurent Blanc seemed to right the ship, losing to Spain in the quarters, but that's nothing to cry about. (On a double by Xabi Alonso?

Star striker hails ‘dream’ Arsenal move

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France international striker Olivier Giroud is reportedly finalizing a transfer to Arsenal that the player himself has described as a dream come true.

Giroud, 25, endured a frustrating Euro 2012 campaign as Les Bleus went from a 23-game international unbeaten run to two consecutive 2-0 defeats in which they were outplayed completely by Sweden and Spain.

Spain power past hapless France

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Spain power past hapless France - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Spain are the third team to make the Euro 2012 semi-finals, after a 2-0 win over France in Donetsk on Saturday night. A goal in each half from Xabi Alonso sealed victory for the holders, with Les Bleus not overly threatening Vicente del Bosque's men in truth.

France fire Blancs as Spanish sail on to the semis

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France are the latest team heading for the airport, well beaten 2-0 by Vicente del Bosque's men in Donetsk this evening.

Spain did not play fluently and a fine goal apart were never thrilling, but still won comfortably enough. The French had already lost their way in their abject 2-0 defeat to Sweden in Kiev on Tuesday, which was followed by the sort of changing-room row they hoped they had left behind in South Africa two years ago.

Holders eliminate France in vintage style

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Xabi Alonso scored a powerful first-half header and added a stoppage-time penalty to help defending champions Spain defeat France 2-0 at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk.

In a vintage performance that saw the Spaniards open the scoring early and play the game out with a majority of the possession, Vicente Del Bosque's men proved to be too good for Laurent Blanc's Les Bleus.

Euro 2012 Exit To Spain Proves That Young France Are Still Not Ready

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TweetSpain brushed France aside 2-0 to send Les Bleus crashing out of Euro 2012 leaving In The Stands' Rolly Pelovangu to question whether this youthfully French side are ready to win big things. In the end it wasn't even close. Two goals by Xabi Alonso the second from the spot gave holdes Spain [.

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France Rugby 2015 adidas Rugby 7s Home Kit

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Along with the new XV de France home and away kits, the Fédération française de [...]

France adidas 2012/13 Rugby Home Kit

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2011 Rugby World Cup finalists France have unveiled their adidas 2012/13 home kit. Les Bleus have changed technical sponsors to adidas after donning Nike kits over the past few years....

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Arsenal’s transfer window: Big changes at the Emirates for second summer in a row

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Arsenal's transfer window: Big changes at the Emirates for second summer in a row - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The Emirates Stadium's revolving door continued to swing this summer, as Arsenal looked to sign attacking quality but also sold two of their most impressive performers from last season.

Tuesday Kickoff: Roma-El Salvador friendly scheduled at Red Bull Arena, more problems for France and more

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By FRANCO PANIZO

AS Roma is coming to Red Bull Arena for a summer friendly, but it will not be against a club team.

Roma is set to take on El Salvador's national team in a friendly at Red Bull Arena on July 27, the New York Red Bulls announced on Monday. The match will be Roma's final exhibition in their first preseason trip to the United States, while it will also serve as another tune-up for El Salvador before World Cup qualifying resumes.

Laurent Blanc Steps Down As France Boss, So Where Next For The World Cup Winner?

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By Alan Duffy

After a rather disappointing campaign in Poland and Ukraine from Les Bleus, peppered with the now standard in-fighting and bad attitudes, manager Laurent Blanc has stepped down.

The 46-year-old decided not to extend his contract after it expired recently, and who could blame him, after the likes of Samir Nasri acted the gobshite at Euro 2012.

Premier League players at Euro 2012: The good and the pretty poor

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Premier League players at Euro 2012: The good and the pretty poor - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Euro 2012 has seen the best players in the continent come together to play out a footballing extravaganza in Ukraine and Poland, with some excellent individual showings and games of note, and some shockers.

Spain vs Portugal Preview: Can CR7 and his men trump the world champions?

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Spain vs Portugal Preview: Can CR7 and his men trump the world champions? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The Euro 2012 semi-finals swing into action on Wednesday night, with world champions and red-hot favourites Spain taking on their Iberian neighbours Portugal for a place in the final.

Fabregas Calls Spain v Portugal The El Clasico of Euros

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Cesc Fabregas has called Spain's semi-final with neighbors Portugal as the El Clasico of Euro 2012.

The Barcelona star believes that Portugal's style mirrors Real Madrid's counter-attacking style by using the explosive pace of Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani, while Spain use Barcelona's passing template, basing their game on their Nou Camp geniuses.

Euro 2012: Spain 2-0 France – Two-Goal Xabi A Happy Chappy As Spain Outplay Blanc’s Bland Bleus (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

After showing signs against England that they could be real contenders for Euro 2012, France went out with an almighty whimper against Spain on Saturday night.

Laurent Blanc started with right-back Mathieu Debuchy on the right side of midfield (with Anthony Reveillere talking the gifted full-back's place in defence), a tactical decision that told us all we needed to know about how Les Bleus would approach this fixture.

No need for drama over Denilson and Chamakh

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Wotcha, a quick Saturday round-up for you.

We'll start at the Euros where Germany dropped Podolski, Muller and Gomez and still beat Greece 4-2. Thankfully this means an end to any economic/austerity/credit 'jokes' and for that I think we should all be grateful. It also showed the strength in depth the Germans have and they are a great team to watch.

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Weekly Update

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Here's a quick recap of what's been going on at OL recently. There have been talks of several depatures while Aulas has also promised new players, perhaps even this week.

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Kim Kallstrom has left Lyon for Spartak Moscow.

Franck Ribery tackles his own teammates: France summed up in a picture

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When France lost their final group stage match to already eliminated Sweden, the warning signs were already in place that the team hoping to forget their infighting and epic meltdown at the 2010 World Cup still had a bit of that left in them. And though losing 2-0 to Spain isn't exactly the most embarrassing way to go out of a major tournament, looking as disinterested as France did after doing a bit more in-fighting earned the appropriate headline of "A logical end for Les Bleus" from L'Equipe.

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The 2012 Olympic Games: No-one Expected The Spanish Elimination

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Re-write the football coaching manuals, the Olympic football tournament suggests. Power leads to glory...not all that tiki-taka nonsense. The United States womens' march to Gold, and the Spanish men's march to...the airport were the key features of a mostly exciting round of Olympic football matches.

The 2012 Olympic Games: No-one Expected The Spanish Elimination

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Re-write the football coaching manuals, the Olympic football tournament suggests. Power leads to glory...not all that tiki-taka nonsense. The United States womens' march to Gold, and the Spanish men's march to...the airport were the key features of a mostly exciting round of Olympic football matches.

The 2012 Olympics Games: Womens & Mens Football – Group Matches, Round Two

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Re-write the football coaching manuals, the Olympic football tournament suggests. Power leads to glory... not all that tiki-taka nonsense. The United States womens' march to Gold, and the Spanish men's march to...the airport were the key features of a mostly exciting round of Olympic football matches.

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Philippe Mexès: vestido de Blanc

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Pasional, impulsivo, pero hermético sobre su vida privada, a los 29 años Mexès vive su mejor momento en el Milan y en la selección francesa, gracias a la llegada de Laurent Blanc, ídolo de su infancia y referente en su puesto. En 2001 le hizo un gol a Argentina en cancha de Vélez y sueña con volver a Sudamérica en 2014, para que la de Brasil sea su primera Copa del Mundo.

Monday Kickoff: France hires Deschamps, Terry's racism trial begins, & more

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The man who last led France to international glory as a player is now in charge of doing the same as a coach.

Former France captain Didier Deschamps was hired as manager of Les Bleus on Sunday, agreeing to a deal that will see him take charge of one of the more troubled sides in international soccer.

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Das Geheimtraining der Franzosen

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Das Geheimtraining der Franzosen

Scheint so, als würde das Geheimtraining der Franzosen funktionieren. Da kann man sich kugeln wie man will, die Übungen von Mamadou Sakho und Rio Mavuba sind halt einfach die Besten und nur deswegen gewinnen sie ihr erstes Spiel bei der WM 2014 ganz locker gegen Honduras Quelle: Youtube (User: RMC.

Thuram – France v Croatia – 1998

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While there may have been more beautiful goals scored, few have been as remarkable as this one. This was a hugely important goal, not only for French football but also for the country as a whole.

Gunner: I am a lot like Bayern’s Gomez

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Arsenal's new striker Olivier Giroud has described himself as a striker with both size and mobility, a lot like prolific Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez.

In fact, Giroud, who recently revealed rejecting a move to UEFA Champions League winners Chelsea, has now added that he also refused approaches from beaten finalists Bayern due to the many similarities he shares with Gomez.