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Football Club de Nantes All Stars




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COACHES:

:FRA: José ARRIBAS

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:FRA: Jean-Claude SUAUDEAU

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GOALKEEPERS:

:FRA: Jean-Paul BERTRAND-DEMANES
:FRA: Mickaël LANDREAU


DEFENDERS:

:FRA: Patrice RIO
:FRA: Robert BUDZYNSKI
:FRA: Marcel DESAILLY
:ARG: Hugo BARGAS
:FRA: William AYACHE
:FRA: Maxime BOSSIS
:POL: Stanislas STAHO
:FRA: Thierry TUSSEAU


MIDFIELDERS:

:ARG: Oscar MULLER
:FRA: Jacky SIMON
:FRA: Reynald PEDROS
:ARG: Jorge BURRUCHAGA
:FRA: Bruno BARONCHELLI
:FRA: Henri MICHEL
:FRA: Christian KAREMBEU
:FRA: Loïc AMISSE


ATTACKERS:

:FRA: Bernard BLANCHET
:BIH: Vahid HALILHODŽIĆ
:CHA: Japhet N'DORAM
:FRA: Philippe GONDET
:FRA: Éric PÉCOUT



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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:FRA: Daniel EON
:FRA: David MARRAUD


DEFENDERS:

:FRA: Raynald DENOUEIX
:FRA: Serge LE DIZET
:FRA: Sylvain ARMAND
:FRA: Gilbert LE CHENADEC
:FRA: Jean-Jacques EYDELIE
:FRA: Claude ROBIN
:FRA: Nicolas GILLET
:NET: Gerrit VREKEN
:FRA: Gabriel DE MICHÉLE
:ARG: Néstor FABBRI
:FRA: Jean-Claude OSMAN
:FRA: Michel BIBARD


MIDFIELDERS:

:FRA: Gilles RAMPILLON
:FRA: Jérémy TOULALAN
:ARG: Ramon MULLER
:FRA: Jean-Michel FERRI
:FRA: Frédéric DA ROCHA
:FRA: / :ALG: Omar SAHNOUN
:FRA: Didier DESCHAMPS
:FRA: Claude MAKÉLÉLÉ
:FRA: Jean-Claude SUAUDEAU
:FRA: Nicolas SAVINAUD
:FRA: Éric CARRIÉRE


ATTACKERS:

:FRA: Nicolas QUÉDEC
:POL: Robert GADOCHA
:FRA: Patrice LOKO
:NET: Jan VAN GEEN
:ARG: Emiliano SALA
:GER: Erich MAAS
:BEL: Franky VERCAUTEREN
:ROM: Viorel MOLDOVAN
:FRA: Olivier MONTERRUBIO
:FRA: José TOURÉ
:ARG: Ángel MARCOS





THE BEST EVER XI (by gurkenjoe93)

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GK LANDREAU
SWP BOSSIS
CB RIO
RB AYACHE
LB TUSSEAU
DMF MICHEL ©
CMF MULLER
AMF N'DORAM
AMF BURRUCHAGA
CF HALILHODŽIĆ
CF GONDET

Captain: Henri Michel | Mickaël Landreau
Short Free Kick: Vahid Halilhodžić | Henri Michel
Long Free Kick: Henri Michel | Oscar Muller
Left Corner: Henri Michel | Oscar Muller
Right Corner: Henri Michel | Oscar Muller
Penalty: Vahid Halilhodžić | Henri Michel | Philippe Gondet





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n 1943, Nantes had five football clubs (Saint-Pierre, Stade Nantais U.C., A.C. Batignolles, A.S.O. Nantaise and Mellinet). However, Mellinet’s manager, Marcel Saupin, realised that Nantes could have a better chance of sporting success if they merged: he declared “Today we are a small team, but we will become a great team if we work together one day”. Following the club’s first season which was average, Saupin went to Paris along with other club members where many young footballers were emigrating into the provinces in order to avoid having to carry out forced labour in Germany due to the Service du travail obligatoire. Here he found the club a Professional trainer as well as several quality players, after which Saupin became the Club chairman in 1944. Following the group’s success, it’s healthy finances and by the fact that Saupin was a personal friend of Gabriel Hanot, FC Nantes became part of the Groupment of Authorised Clubs, and subsequently a professional team when the war ended in July 1945. The first match FC Nantes played as a professional team took place at the Stade Olympique de Colombes against CA Paris, where FC Nantes triumphed 2-0. The first home match was a defeat of the same score against AS Troyes (2600 supporters attended, making the club a total of 118,045 old francs). The club finished fifth at the end of this first season following which the club’s manager Aimé Nuic left the club following a dispute, and was succeeded by Antoine Raab who took over as a manager-player. After winning 16 consecutive matches, Nantes bowed down 9-0 to Sochaux, the top team of the moment. In 1963 the town council decided to give substantial subsidies to the club to give it a leg-up to climb into the next division. On the first of June 1963, the club won its place in the first division against Sochaux. Marcel Saupin died on the 10th of June and would never see the club he created amongst the elite. FC Nantes went on to win the 1964-65 and 1965-66 championships with a well polished game, partly thanks to José Arribas, a fan of a more offensive game strategy who was making his first contibutions to that which would become known as the jeu à la nantaise. It was during this period that the famous jeu à la nantaise, made up of well-oiled and offensive tactics, makes its appearance. In the summer of 1976, manager José Arribas leaves his role to Jean Vincent at the top of the French Division 1. The former player from the Stade de Reims team would remain the team’s manager until 1982 when Jean-Claude Suaudeau, another fan of the jeu à la nantaise and who was also coached by José Arribas in the 1960s, replaced him.

Apart from the titles of French Champion which the Football Club de Nantes held in 1973, 1977, 1980 and 1983, the canaries won their first Coupe de France in 1979 against AJ Auxerre with 4 goals to 1 after extra time, and after a hat trick from Eric Pécout. Then in June 1983 the Nantes team battled out a Coupe de France final against Paris Saint-Germain, with a memorable goal from José Touré (nicknamed “the Brazilian” after this glorious feat), but which nevertheless didn’t stop Paris Saint-Germain from winning the game 3 goals to 2, preventing FC Nantes from obtaining the double French Cup-French Championship title. FC Nantes really spread its wings throughout the 1982-83 season, and even it’s most dangerous rival (Girondins de Bordeaux) ceded underneath the offensive pressure exerted by the club, and left the game at Nantes home Marcel Saupin stadium defeated at 4-0, partly thanks to a well-oiled match and the golden touch of the Yugoslavian player Vahid Halilhodžić, responsible for a total of 27 goals, and who finished best striker of the championship. After been at the top of the table for several years, then coming second in the 1984-5 championship (behind Bordeaux) and in 1985-6 (behind Paris Saint-Germain), FC Nantes went through a much more difficult period. In 1988, Jean-Claude Suaudeau’s place at the head of the first team was taken over by Miroslav Blazevic. His results were not, however, in line with the clubs ambitions – Nantes coming 7th in 1988-9 and 1989-90 and gaining a pitiful 15th place in 1991, having no title to add to their record during these three seasons. In July 1991 the club re-instated Jean-Claude Suaudeau, and in July 1992, the after spending a fortnight in the second division due to an administrative decision by the DNGG (French Football’s financial regulator), FC Nantes is renamed FC Nantes Atlantique, and is able to take it’s place in the 1st Division back. Supporters at an away match Supporters at an away match. In 1992, the jeu à la nantaise made its comeback. The club subsequently made the finals of the French Championship in 1992-3; semi-finals of the French Cup in 1993-4; won the 1994-5 Championship and was Semi finalist in the Champion’s league of 1995-6. This period saw the development of a host of players such as Japhet N'Doram, Patrice Loko, Reynald Pedros, Nicolas Ouédec, Claude Makélélé, and Christian Karembeu. Between 1995 and 1997 the club underwent financial difficulties and the best players left one after the other with mixed futures: Loko, Ouedec and Pedros quickly forgotten and dropped from the Equipe de France shortly after Euro 96; Japhet N’Doram fought against persistant injuries at AS Monaco; whilst Karembeu and Makelele faired better, managing to succeed abroad (notably at Real Madrid) and both become active members of the French team. Tired of the transfers of his best players at the end of each season, Jean-Claude Suaudeau quit the footballing world in 1996 and handed over the ropes to Raynald Denoueix, previously the second team’s coach. After a catastrophic beginning to the season 1996-7, the team finished 3 place in the championship after playing 30 games without a single defeat. They were deprived of qualification in the champion’s league by AS Monaco (with a score of 2-1). After this, FC Nantes Atlantique stagnated in the middle of the table for a few seasons but finally found a buyer after becoming champion once more in 2001: It was bought out by Socpresse (a media group) who designated a chairman who was completely oblivious to the footballing world: Jean-Luc Gripond.

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Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:17 am
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What about adding Emiliano Sala to reserves? I think he deserves a place here due to what happened to him. R.I.P.


Fri Feb 08, 2019 2:03 am
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I agree, even if the horrible tragedy didn't happen he'd probably still deserve to be in reserves anyway, considering he scored almost 50 goals for them (putting him about level with guys like Loko and Moldovan, just with less titles). He will always be remembered by Nantes fans, and Cardiff fans too. What a shame, and just when he was playing the best football of his career too :(

Also, shouldn't Jose Touré be in first team here? I'm pretty sure he's widely considered one of the greatest Nantes players. And Seth Adonkor could also be in reserves.


Fri Feb 08, 2019 3:03 am
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Touré is in the reserves, as a forward.


Fri Feb 08, 2019 5:13 am
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Yeah I know, I was saying that I expected Touré to be in the main 23 based on his reputation and what I’ve heard about him, although I’m sure JeanMarc has seen more of these guys play than I have...


Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:44 am
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