This coming weekend for the seventh day of Ligue 1, the surprise result between Marseille and Lille promises to be a terrific advertisement for the league.
A show and great exposure for all of the partner brands are guaranteed to take place during the match between Marseille, who are currently tied for second place with Paris SG (16 points), and Lille, who are currently in sixth place with 10 points. The match will take place on Saturday at 9 p.m. at the Vélodrome stadium. in both of the clubs. The primary shirt sponsor of OM and Loss, the British online vehicle vendor Cazoo, announced on Thursday that it wishes to terminate its operations in the European Union. As a result of this decision, Kazoo will no longer be able to support either of these sporting teams. While the company promises to “end these relationships in an orderly manner,” the two clubs are waiting with the fear of losing an important source of income and the need to persuade, in an emergency, another major sponsor to display its brand on their tunics. This is all while the company promises to “end these relationships in an orderly manner.”
This is an additional reason to wet the jersey on Saturday at the Vélodrome in this duel between Lille, the champion of France 2021, and Marseille, the vice-champion of France 2022 and author of an excellent start to the season, despite a disheartening opening loss to Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday. The match will take place between Lille and Marseille (2-0). Igor Tudor, who was jeered at his debut but is starting to “reap the rewards of all the hard work,” commented this past weekend that he is “of course satisfied with our start to the championship, we took a lot of points.” Tudor was referring to the fact that Marseille’s team has taken a lot of points.
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Beware, however, of Lille, carried by their center forward Jonathan David and by the ambitious precepts of the game of coach Paulo Fonseca: the “Mastiffs” seem better away at the start of the season with 7 points out of 9 taken away from the Pierre-Mauroy stadium, against two defeats in three home matches. OM hopes to follow the hellish pace of PSG, which receives Brest on Saturday (5:00 p.m.), for as long as possible