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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Marseille 14 10 10 52
7 St Etienne 11 13 9 46
8 Nantes 12 9 13 45
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 By Ian Holyman

St Etienne's Florentin Pogba would consider Premier League move

Florentin Pogba came up against Paul Pogba in the Europa League earlier this season.

Florentin Pogba has told L'Equipe he would love to join his younger brother, Manchester United star Paul, in the Premier League.

Pogba, 26, who is two years Paul's senior, will have just a year left on his contract with St Etienne next summer, and said he has not received an offer to extend his deal "up to now." 

The centre-back was linked with Arsenal earlier this season and said he would welcome the chance to test himself in English football. 

"I wouldn't say no to setting foot there,"...

 By Ian Holyman

St Etienne await verdict after fan break-in at behind closed doors game

Having been sanctioned for crowd trouble, St Etienne played to a 1-1 draw with Stade Rennes in an empty stadium.

St Etienne are waiting to see what action the French Football League (LFP) will take after around 200 "ultra" fans burst into the stadium during Sunday's Ligue 1 game with Rennes, which was being played behind closed doors.

The fans got into the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard ground 17 minutes into the match, forcing referee Ruddy Buquet to temporarily stop play and send the teams back to the dressing room.

Only 18 people had been authorised by the LFP to attend the game, among them St Etienne president...

 By PA Sport

St Etienne withdraw appeal, will play Rennes behind closed doors

Manchester United will visit the Stade Geoffrey-Guichard in the Europa League round of 32.
The Stade Geoffroy-Guichard stands will be empty when Rennes visit.

St Etienne's home game with Rennes on Sunday will be played behind closed doors.

The club have decided to withdraw an appeal against a Ligue 1 sanction after supporters disrupted play during the 2-0 win against rivals Lyon in February.

A St Etienne employee was injured after supporters threw projectiles on to the pitch at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on Feb. 5.

The club had intended to appeal against the penalty but withdrew their complaint following Sunday's crowd trouble at Lyon's game with Bastia...