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    Jonathan Bamba

    Name: Jonathan Bamba
    Current Team: LOSC Lille
    Shirt Number: 13
    Positions: LW
    Nationality: France
    Age: 22 years, March 26, 1996
    Height: 175 m
    Weight: 72kg
    Foot: Right


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    Loan spells at Paris FC, Saint-Trond and Angers were required before he was considered fully ready to turn out for Saint-Etienne, with whom he has impressed in what has been a complicated season.

    Between the club’s poor form in the first half of the campaign to his contract wrangle that has seen him train with the reserves and used more frugally than he might have been since his return, there is a sense that Bamba might have impressed even more this term than circumstances have allowed.
    Indeed, such has been his quality that he has been called up into the France Under-21 squad, playing three times and scoring two goals since being given the opportunity to impress by Sylvain Ripoll last June.

    The 22-year-old is primarily a wide forward, although he has been used across the whole offensive line over the course of the season campaign.
    As Sainte flourished initially under Oscar Garcia, he was their chief catalyst. Four goals were returned in the first seven matches of the campaign before the contract dispute reached its peak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilarrubi View Post
    PSG winning the league by 13 points is a much better indicator of how strong the league is rather than a smaller team dominating you in one game. Means nothing.. look at Barca vs Levante last season.
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    Points gap between first and second, Europes top 5 leagues:

    La Liga: 14
    EPL: 19
    Serie A: 4
    Bundesliga: 21
    Ligue 1: 13

    According to your own criteria, Ligue 1 is the second strongest league of Europe's top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilarrubi View Post
    PSG winning the league by 13 points is a much better indicator of how strong the league is rather than a smaller team dominating you in one game. Means nothing.. look at Barca vs Levante last season.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jair Ventura View Post
    Points gap between first and second, Europes top 5 leagues:

    La Liga: 14
    EPL: 19
    Serie A: 4
    Bundesliga: 21
    Ligue 1: 13

    According to your own criteria, Ligue 1 is the second strongest league of Europe's top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilarrubi View Post
    PSG winning the league by 13 points is a much better indicator of how strong the league is rather than a smaller team dominating you in one game. Means nothing.. look at Barca vs Levante last season.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jair Ventura View Post
    Points gap between first and second, Europes top 5 leagues:

    La Liga: 14
    EPL: 19
    Serie A: 4
    Bundesliga: 21
    Ligue 1: 13

    According to your own criteria, Ligue 1 is the second strongest league of Europe's top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jair Ventura View Post


    Meh.