#Stats 📊: Les présidents de clubs les plus riches (en €) 1️⃣ 🏴 Newcastle - 290 Mds 2️⃣ 🇫🇷 Paris SG - 260 Mds 3️⃣ 🇫🇷 Rennes - 30 Mds 4️⃣ 🏴 Man City - 27 Mds 5️⃣ 🇩🇪 Leipzig - 20 Mds 6️⃣ 🇮🇹 Juventus - 13 Mds 7️⃣ 🏴 Chelsea - 11 Mds 8️⃣ 🏴 Arsenal - 9 Mds
L'Olympique Lyonnais a remporté sa neuvième Coupe de France féminine en s'imposant (0-0, 4 Tab 3) face au Paris Saint-Germain ce dimanche 9 août au ...
🕑 C'est parti à la Rabine entre Rennes et Brest. #SRFCSB29 0️⃣-0️⃣
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