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up former Dutch assistant coach Renard". BBC Sport. 20 February 2016 . ^ "Hervé Renard". Eu-Football . ^ "Morocco coach Herve Renard recovers well after car crash". BBC Sport. 29 March 2019. ^ "Photos: Renaissance of a French Connection with Le Groupe Immobilier Adler" . [ edit ] Media related to Hervé Renard at Wikimedia Commons Hervé Renard at fussballdaten.de (in German) Hervé Renard at National-Football-Teams.com Preceded by Didier Six Mahamadou N'Diaye FC Sochaux-Montbéliard Goalkeeper coach 1997–1998 1998–2001 (Interim) Succeeded by François Lemasson Pascal Olmeta Olympique Lyonnais Olympique Lyonnais referred to as simply Lyon or OL, is a French football club based in Lyon. It plays in France's highest football division, Ligue 1; the club was formed as Lyon Olympique Universitaire in 1899, according to many supporters and sport historians, but was nationally established as a club in 1950. The club's most successful period has been the 21st century; the club won its first Ligue 1 championship in 2002, starting a national record-setting streak of seven successive titles. Lyon has won a record six Trophée des Champions, five Coupe de France titles and three Ligue 2 titles. Lyon has participated in the UEFA Champions League 12 times, during the 2009–10 season, reached the semi-finals of the competition for the first time after three previous quarter-final appearances, losing to eventual runners-up Bayern Munich. Olympique Lyonnais plays its home matches at the 59,186-seat Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Décines-Charpieu, a suburb of Lyon; the club's home colours are blue. Lyon moved into the ground in January 2016, after nearly 60 years of playing at the Stade de Gerland. The club has a women's football team for which it has won numerous titles in the women's Division 1 including the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, its record-breaking 14th title of the league in 2019. The women's team has won nine Coupe de France titles, they play; the men's team took part in 132 European competitions. OL is ranked first in the women's first division in UEFA's women's rankings, 12th in the men's ranking of clubs by trophies won with 24 trophies, the third-highest in France, its women's football team is the most successful in the history of Division 1 Féminine with 15 titles and Lyon has the distinction of being the only club in the world to win five consecutive UEFA Women's Champions League titles. Olympique Lyonnais was formed under the multisports club Lyon Olympique Universitaire, formed in 1896 as Racing Club de Lyon. Following numerous internal disagreements regarding the cohabitation of amateurs and professionals within the club, then-manager of the club Félix Louot and his entourage contemplated forming their own club. On 3 August 1950, Louot's plan came to fruition when Olympique Lyonnais was founded by Dr. Albert Trillat and numerous others. Through mergers Lyon have won ten official titles; the club won its first Ligue 1 championship in 2002, starting a national record-setting streak of seven successive titles. Lyon has won a record six Trophée des Champions, five Coupe de France titles and three Ligue 2 titles. Lyon has participated in the UEFA Champions League 12 times, during the 2009–10 season, reached the semi-finals of the competition for the first time after three previous quarter-final appearances, losing to eventual runners-up Bayern Munich; the club's home ground is the 59,186-seat Parc Olympique Lyonnais, colloquially known as the Stade des Lumières and known for UEFA competitions as Groupama Stadium, in Décines-Charpieu, a suburb of Lyon. The club has strong rivalries with neighboring St-Étienne; the owner of Lyon is Jean-Michel Aulas and the club is now managed by Bruno Génésio. Olympique Lyonnais has a successful women's football team that has nine titles of UEFA Women's Champions League equalizing the record held by FC Frankfurt and a record-breaking fourteen titles of Division 1 Féminine. Prior to the beginning of the women's D1 in 1992, female football had achieved no recognition in France. The UEFA Women's Champions League in season 2010–11 was the first season of a women's Champions League with a group stage; the club's prolific youth academy has yielded many players who have gone on to play for the French national team. Olympique Lyonnais Women has won the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019; as of the 2018–19 season, Lyon has the highest women's team budget in the world, after PSG. Olympique Lyonnais acquired the nickname "the Kids" in the 1980s, due to the club relying on its youth academy rather than purchasing expensive players; the nickname was maintained, when the club's management in 2000 elected to rely on the youth academy. OL's residential academy consists of two schools: one for school-aged athletes, one for non-school athletes; these academies are located at the Groupama OL training center at Meyzieu, about 25 km east of Lyon. The school provides schooling for young players, while schooling for non-school athletes is provided at Caluire-et-Cuire. The academy opened in 1976 and has been training players since. Notable players to have graduated from the academy include Karim Benzema, Aly Cissokho, Hatem Ben Arfa and Clément Grenier; the academy has trained players such as Jean II Makoun, Jérémy Berthod, Sidney Govou and Anthony Réveillère.. OL is one of the largest football clubs in France, with an estimated budget of €170 million for its men's football team in 2017–18, €13.8 million for its women's team in 2013–14. The men's team has had a French company, Hyundai Motor France, as their shirt sponsor since 1998 and Emirates, as their main sponsor since 2006; the women's team has had the Groupama Group as a shirt sponsor since the team's creation,. The women's team has MC2 as a sponsor of the team since the 2009 -- 10 season. OL – The "OL" initials, always placed within a hexagon, are written in red or blue. In the 1980s, it became a marketing choice; the red and blue of the city of Lyon are the traditional colours of the club. From the beginning, the acronym OL was designed to be read as an English word. If the first team is the most visible of OL's football team, it is not the only team. There are 350 boys at the club: 6- to 8-y Inter Milan Football Club Internazionale Milano referred to as Internazionale or Inter and colloquially known as Inter Milan outside Italy, is an Italian professional football club based in Milan, Lombardy. Inter is the only Italian club to have never been relegated from the top flight of Italian football. Inter has won 30 domestic trophies on par with its local rivals A. C. Milan, including 18 league titles, 7 Coppa Italia and 5 Supercoppa Italiana. From 2006 to 2010, the club won five successive league titles, equalling the all-time record at that time, they have won the Champions League three times: two back-to-back in 1964 and 1965 and another in 2010. Their latest win completed an unprecedented Italian seasonal treble, with Inter winning the Coppa Italia and the Scudetto the same year; the club has won three UEFA Cups, two Intercontinental Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup. Inter's home games are played at the San Siro stadium known as the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Shared with rival A. C. Milan, the stadium is the largest in Italian football with a capacity of 80,018. The local team A. C. Milan are considered among their biggest rivals, matches between the two teams, known as the Derby della Madonnina, are one of the most followed derbies in football; as of 2010, Inter is the second-most supported team in Italy, the sixth most-supported team in Europe. The club is one of the most valuable in Italian and world football, it was a founding member of the now-defunct G-14 group of Europe's leading football clubs. The club was founded on 9 March 1908 as Football Club Internazionale, following the schism with the Milan Cricket and Football Club; the name of the club derives from the wish of its founding members to accept foreign players as well as Italians. The club won its first championship in 1910 and its second in 1920; the captain and coach of the first championship winning team was Virgilio Fossati, killed in battle while serving in the Italian army during World War I. In 1922, Inter remained in the top league after winning two play-offs. Six years during the Fascist era, the club was forced to merge with the Unione Sportiva Milanese and was renamed Società Sportiva Ambrosiana. The team wore white jerseys during this time with a red cross emblazoned on it. The jersey’s design was inspired by the coat of arms of the city of Milan. In 1929, club chairman Oreste Simonotti changed the club's name to Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana, however supporters continued to call the team Inter, in 1931 new chairman Pozzani caved in to shareholder pressure and changed the name to Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana-Inter, their first Coppa Italia was won in 1938–39, led by the iconic Giuseppe Meazza, after whom the San Siro stadium is named. A fifth championship followed despite Meazza incurring an injury. After the end of World War II the club regained its original name, winning its sixth championship in 1953 and its seventh in 1954. In 1957 memorable derby, tragic during which: Lille OSC Lille Olympique Sporting Club referred to as Lille, is a French association football club based in Lille. The club was founded in 1944 as a result of a merger and play in Ligue 1, the first division of French football;'LOSC' is the longest-standing club in Lille and a founding member of the first division of French football. The club has won three league titles in 1946, 1954, 2011; the Cougars de Saint-Ouen won the league in 1954 and the club's first Coupe de France title was won in 2011. Lille has won honours in the Coupe de la Ligue. Lille's most successful period was the decade from 1946 to 1956. Lille have a long-standing rivalry with its neighbours RC Lens. Lille is presided over by Gérard Lopez, an entrepreneur-investor and an active Luxembourgish-Spanish entrepreneur that invests in new technologies and media. Before the Second World War, the city of Lille had two clubs in Ligue 2: SC Fives and Olympique Lillois. Olympique Lillois was founded in 1902 and the club, nicknamed Les Dogues, won the league title in 1944 and the Coupe de France in 1946, they, was forcibly merged with SC Fives to form Lille OSC in 1944. Meanwhile, Stade Lillois was founded in 1901 and competed in the first division for 61 seasons, but they were dissolved in 1944 and merged with Lille OSC. The Cougars de Saint-Ouen maintained the league title in 1955, but the club froze to death six years and was merged with Lille OSC. In 1980, the club fell into further obscurity, losing the first division status that it had held for most of its history after losing a playoff with Mulhouse. In 1984, Olympique Lillois pulled apart from France's first division, dropping to Division 3 till they, merge with Stand Lille Ouest in 1984, they restored the third and fourth division before voluntarily relegating themselves, before restoring hour, professional status and, did not last long and fell to Division 3 and feel to Division 4 and dropped to Division Honneur. We had a coup de force and joined the four clubs, in Group North, which meant making headway in the not-so-certain moments, which lasted one season and, we played the lowering of the flag again in Division groupe Nord before registering power play and finding ourselves in Division and, stopped sending professional power after saturation. Before that, the club did not perform well at the professional league of France. Success and emulation of the football-club of the North were inevitable. 2 teams at same time played in English championship. Last, exciting victory against OM in Soccer City with the Olympism. Throughout its history, the club has returned to its infancy. Like the most ephemeral clubs such as Olympique Lillois and the Stade Lillois, the club refused the professional club status; the club is perched on the verge of renouncing professionalism and forgetting its glorious past and the Apexes of the matricule 75, in order to get closer together and with the impression of a unified achievement of the last 3 clubs, one in NES league, into the professional league, another in Ligue 2 and a others were energy, under the power of Lecat and nominated as historians and educators, by selling the first halls in the professional league in France. In 2002, SC Fives and the Stadium Lillois founded as the'Coupe des Flandres football and fives team. ⵍⵉⵍ republicans lillois CFS. Lille's modern era arised in 2004. Prior to that, the club competed in the Division 1. LOSC relegated the club. Before succumbing to them while in Nationale, we delayed our defeat year after year, looking for a Godsend or precursory victory, mistaking Hevillers and Malfait defiles, etc; the siblings of the "horsy" ended in the league and we endured and suffered. Anyway, against "Les Flandres de Lille" and Racing Club de Lens Wolves, clubs northwards. LOSC, more than football, first and foremost promotes the club through an incredible marketing campaign which, in 1977, conducts Les Verts Saint Etienne before the Mouscron and La Louvière or Iceland. Alone in 2004, thanks to his vauban and a man April 11. Before losing 5 minutes from the beer, but the relief remains bright. This in principle knows the club's recreation itself, but for circumstances other than competing in France's professional league and the tournament being four-pointed, it was a green transfer and had neither courage nor had a youth tournament without adolescent. We have friends who sent money out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Belgian investments and gave clubs the financial and future interest in LOSC, so the club respected, but here the Great Battle until Alain Perrin's pro-Paris classes, but the enemy's merits are equal to those commanded by the Belgian consortium, especially if we see the division of the upper layers as young as professional football and the bitterness of the install and Zambia national football team The Zambia national football team represents Zambia in association football and is governed by the Football Association of Zambia. During the 1980s, they were known as the KK 11, after founding president Dr. Kenneth Kaunda "11" national team, they have been nicknamed Chipolopolo, have been a member of FIFA since 1964 and an associate member of the Confederation of African Football since 1968. The team has three Africa Cup of Nations final appearances to its credit, it won bronze at the 1986, 1990, since winning the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations after losing in the final twice, the tournament itself twice hosted the country. The team has a perfect home record against every team they have played. Zimbabwe is the only country to have defeated Zambia in a World Cup qualifier match on Zambian soil. In 2010, Zambia was the best team-controlled national football team in Africa by Elo ratings. In 1964, Zambia reached the finals of; the same year Zambia national football team were to make their first appearance in the Olympic Games Football Tournament held in Tokyo when the country was still known as the British protectorate of Northern Rhodesia. They were drawn against the Morocco national football team whom they lost to by a lone goal. After the humiliating defeat a Moroccan player was quoted as saying "We didn't come here for sight-seeing". Zambia did not qualify for the World Cup until 1978 in Argentina. Kalusha Bwalya who had just joined Cercle Brugge was again the man at the helm of Zambia's campaign, they had a reasonable chance of qualifying for the finals, but were eliminated from qualifying by a loss in their final match against Morocco. The results of the other group match where Cameroon held Tunisia to a draw meant that Zambia failed to qualify for their first World Cup appearance. In 1988, Zambia appeared in their first Africa Cup of Nations final, losing to Cameroon in the final; the 1990s saw a steady decline for the Zambia squad. Having only qualified twice for their past two World Cups, they failed to qualify for the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States, being eliminated by Mauritius on penalties. They failed to qualify for the 1998 and 2002 World Cups as well. In 1993, Zambia won the Zone VI championships, beating Zimbabwe in the final, they won the Southern African Nations Cup in 1997. Following the death of 18 players and officials, the country's football was in a state of national mourning and organizers of the 1993 Zone VI tournament decided to withdraw the national football team from a regional competition in Mauritius; the mood in the southern African nation is thus in stark contrast to the anger and sense of grief in the country when a chartered plane crashed in the early hours of April 28 on its way to Senegal for a World Cup qualifier. It is difficult to understand how some players could have felt physically up for that match in the Stade Demba Diop, which was set to take place on the same day the tragedy happened. "This is one of the worst disasters to happen to a national team