Battu par Bastia (0-1) ce samedi, l'entraîneur de Guingamp, Antoine Kombouaré a regretté l'état de la pelouse corse et a jugé «sévère» l'expulsion de Marçal.

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Asti is also famous for its Asti's Festival of Festivals, held in September a week before the Palio. During the festival most of the towns in Asti's province meet in a great square called "Campo del Palio", here they offer typical food and wine for which they are known. On the Sunday of the Sagre all the towns involved stage a parade with floats depicting traditional farming with everyone in costume along Asti's roads to reach "Campo del Palio" square.

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In the early seventies emerged from the landscape Asti amateur football clubs U.S. Tower, with President Joseph Nosenzo contractor. The company forging ahead in the minor leagues, reaching the championship series D at the end of 1977–78, after a couple of years that saw the military in the same Serie D Asti and the turret, the latter in the 1979–80 season reached the Serie C2.

In 1908 the Astense played their first league third category, in 1914 bought land in the road Time in Borgo San Lazzaro, who established his first pitch. In 1914 and 1915 the club played in the championship of Eccellenza.

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At the end of the Great War, all sporting activities in Asti gravitated into the orbit of S. P. Fulgor. In 1918 came the football section, the team wore a white shirt decorated with the coat of arms of Savoy. In 1919 the club was born Lay, whose first team was called Asti Football Club shirt with purple edged in white, started in open contrast to the "Catholic" brilliance.

François Ciccolini, l'entraîneur de Bastia, était déçu du manque d'efficacité de ses joueurs après la défaite à Nantes (0-1).

The fans have a rivalry with most mainland supporters however their most fierce rivals are Nice with whom they contest the Derby de la Mediterranée, although the derby can also refer to rivalries with Marseille and Monaco. They also have a rivalry with Parisian club PSG[35] due to political tensions between the capital and Corsica.

Sporting Club de Bastia (commonly referred to as SC Bastia or simply Bastia, Corsican: Sporting Club di Bastia) is a French association football club based in Bastia on the island of Corsica. The club currently plays in Ligue 1, the premier division of French football, in which it has played since 2012.[2] The club plays its home matches at the Stade Armand Cesari located within the city. Bastia is managed by François Ciccolini and captained by midfielder Yannick Cahuzac.[3]

This is the beginning of the epic Bastia, the team built around playmaker Claude Papi was composed of many talented players such as Johnny Rep, double finalist (1974 and 1978) in the World Cup with the Netherlands, Jean-François Larios, French international midfielder of Charles Orlanducci, the solid libero nicknamed the "Lion of Vescovato".

From then on we saw the decline of Asti team that, after some years spent in C, relegated in the lower divisions.

On 2 May 2010 after a 0–0 draw against a team of Cherasco, Asti was promoted to Serie D after 13 years of absence and 15 from the last promotion.

With the outbreak of World War II, the company found in 1944 to compete in a tournament that brought together Juventus, Turin, Genoa, the House, the Alexandria and other football clubs of Northern Italy, ending with a Mr seventh.

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Sporting Club de Bastia was founded in 1905 by a Swiss named Hans Ruesch. He taught German in high school in Bastia. The first president of Bastia was Emile Brandizi. The Corsican club celebrated its debut on the Place d'Armes of Bastia, in the light of a single gas burner.[6]

The three neighbouring Provinces of Asti, Cuneo, and Alessandria incorporate the Langhe and Monferrato hill region in the centre of Piedmont, limestone and sandstone deposits laid down by the retreating Adriatic some 5 million years ago, and are home to some of Italy's finest red wines, plus some famous whites. Asti city is in the centre of this area and is the major city of this notable wine district.

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Despite this disrupted pre-season, Bastia performed well in the transfer window, with no fewer than six rookies. As for departures, there is mainly the transfer of Florent Ghisolfi (Reims) and Christophe Gaffory (Vannes) as well as Pierre-Yves André who decided to end his career.[17]

Only in 1907 was created the first football club Asti: the premises of the Sports Cafe in Piazza Alfieri Astense Football Club was born, with red shirt and white shorts (the colors of the city). The debut was 14 April 1907, against the team of the Leardi Institute in Casale Monferrato (which later became A.S. Casale Calcio). The match was locked goalless.

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François Ciccolini, l'entraîneur bastiais, est revenu sur l'état de la pelouse du stade Armand-Cesari, touchée par un champignon (le pythium) et en très mauvais état, mercredi face à Nancy (0-0). Elle devrait encore l'être contre Guingamp, samedi (20 heures).

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In 2007, after only one year and after playing a championship team is not exciting returned to original name ACD Asti.

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After the departure of Antonetti in 2001, the club would not finish in the top ten again. They did reach the final of the Coupe de France in 2001–02; in their midfield was Michael Essien, who would go on to play for Lyon and Chelsea.[12] Another player groomed by Bastia was defender Alex Song, who later played for Arsenal and Barcelona.[13]

Antonetti coached the first team from 1994 to 2001 (with an interlude in 1998–99) and was involved in the recruitment of players such as Lubomir Moravcik, Pierre-Yves André, Frédéric Née, Franck Jurietti, and Anto Drobnjak, the latter of whom was the club's top scorer in his third season. At the end of the 1995–96 season, Drobnjak was also second in the Championship scoring charts with 20 goals, one goal behind top scorer Sonny Anderson.[10]

Asti has a continental climate which is moderated by the proximity of the Mediterranean sea: its winters are warmer, and its summers cooler than Turin. Rain falls mostly during the spring and autumn; during the hottest months rain is less common, but stronger when it does occur, usually in thunderstorms. During November and December in particular, the town of Asti can be prone to fog, which is less common in the higher-altitude areas that surround it.

Years of crisis at the top of society in the 1942–43 season he took command of the Argentine team River Plate and the National Philip Pascucci. It was in that year that the team fought all the negative records of its history, including the worst defeat ever: 15 to 0 against Biellese. A few days later, the company chose to withdraw from the league.

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Le Bastiais Abdelhamid El Kaoutari va être opéré et sera absent trois mois.

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Stade Armand Cesari, also known as Stade Furiani, is the main football stadium in Corsica. It is located in Furiani, and is used by SC Bastia. In 1992, the stadium hosted the semi-finals of the Coupe de France during which a temporary grandstand collapsed, killing 18 people and injuring nearly 3,000.[27]

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Vainqueur 1-0 de Bastia avec Nantes, René Girard a reconnu que son équipe avait eu de la réussite et avait bénéficié du soutien de ses supporters.

20:45 : Petits frères des Bleus, d'Aurélien Delfosse. Suivi d'une soirée spéciale. Avec : Messaoud Benterki, Aurélien Delfosse, Ludovic

In 1983–84 Nosenzo hired coach Ezio Volpi, was purchased in bulk the offensive department of Prato, who had done well the previous season, to enhance an already competitive pink including goalkeeper Robert Bocchino, who then wear the shirt of Sampdoria, and defender Tipping machines (after Monza). The season ended with promotion to Serie C1, the most successful time management Nosenzo.

In 1988, under the chairmanship of the Vice Presidents and Gianmaria Piacenza Church Turello Piero and Remus, the team returned the ancient name of Associatione Calcio Asti, with team colors white and red.

Touché à un genou, Moustapha Dialla ne jouera pas avec Guingamp, samedi.

Bastia s'est imposé 2-1 contre le GFC Ajaccio ce vendredi en amical.