The sports cafe. The disappearance of a legend of Nancy football, a hundred young shooters in “France” … It’s the sports café

Happy Birthday

Greg Tony blows out his 44 candles this Thursday. French heavyweight boxing champion, European kickstarter and muaythai world champion, the Dombaslois now resides in the South. He launched a clothing line (4Unit) last year.

It happened on May 26

Back to May 26, 2018. That day, Roger Piantoni died in Nancy at the age of 86. Nancy, where he made his professional debut in 1950 before joining the great Stade de Reims in 1957, with whom he won three French championship titles and reached the Club Champions final in 1959. International, he also participated in the epic of the 1958 World Cup with a fine third place for the Blues. Author of 18 goals in 37 selections for the Blues, Roger Piantoni had marked his time. He also gave his name to a stand at the Marcel-Picot stadium.

To be continued today

An essential event on the youth calendar, the French shooting school championship is making a comeback after three years of absence against the backdrop of the health crisis. Nearly 1,500 shooters from the chick to minimal categories are expected on the Montluçon shooting range from today until Sunday. Among them, a hundred shooters from Lorraine who will be keen to shine. While Nancy, Neuves-Maisons, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, Stain and even Verdun will have fencers competing in the various events on the program, the regional delegation will try to do at least as well as in 2018, when it had won eight medals, three of which were gold. Verdict Sunday.

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On TV

From 11 a.m. TENNIS: Roland-Garros, on Amazon Prime Video and France 4 (then France 2 from 1:55 p.m.).

13h50. CYCLING: Tour of Italy (18th stage), on Eurosport.

18h40. HANDBALL: Brest – Metz in the first leg of the Butagaz Energie League, on Sport in France.

19h. FOOTBALL: Auxerre – Saint-Etienne in the Ligue 1 – Ligue 2 play-offs, on Amazon Prime Video.

3h. BASKET : Golden State Warriors – Dallas Mavericks, en play-offs NBA, sur BeIN Sports 1.

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