Football – Ligue 1. Several Stade de Reims internationals hard at work during the international break

The Stade de Reims has seen its workforce reduced at the start of the week, with the departure of many players in the selection.



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The workforce of Stade de Reims, which remains on a frustrating defeat this Sunday, September 18 against Monaco (0-3), may have lightened with the departure of the internationals, who have joined their respective selections. Europeans are concerned by the League of Nations: Patrick Penz will face France (September 22) and Croatia (September 25) with Austria, Jens-Lys Cajust will meet Serbia (September 24) and Slovenia (September 29) with Sweden, while that Arbër Zeneli will be allied with Northern Ireland (September 24) and Cyprus (September 27) with Kosovo. Folarin Balogun was selected with the England U21 team which will play friendlies against Italy (September 22) and Germany (September 27).

Junya Itō will participate in the Kirin Challenge Cup in Düsseldorf (Germany), where Japan will face the United States (September 23) and Ecuador (September 27). Finally, the Africans will play friendly matches. Against Zambia (September 24) and Libya (September 27) for Kamory Doumbia with Mali, against Algeria (September 23) and Ivory Coast (September 27) for Ibrahim Diakite with Guinea. Finally, Dion Lopy yesterday led a stage in Morocco until September 27 with Senegal U23, which will be punctuated by a double confrontation with the selection of the host country.

Three selected among young people

Among young people, three Stadistes will defend the French colors during this international break: Martin Adeline with the U20s, Therence Koudou with the U19s and Valentin Atangana in U18.

An internal opposition this Thursday?

With a reduced workforce, the Reims staff did not schedule a friendly match during the international break. Internal opposition should take place this Thursday, September 22, before a full weekend of rest for the players. The next Ligue 1 match is scheduled for Sunday October 2, with a trip to Troyes (3 p.m.).





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