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Starting lineup - published: 17.12.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Alphonse AREOLA Paris

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GK Benjamin LECOMTE Paris

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DC Eliaquim MANGALA Colombes

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DC Lamine KONE Paris

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DC Medhi BENATIA Courcouronnes

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DLC Dan Axel ZAGADOU Créteil

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DLC Mamadou SAKHO Paris

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DLC Presnel KIMPEMBE Beaumont-sur-Oise

2

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DR Sebastian CORCHIA Noisy-le-Sec

0

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1

DR Youssouf SABALY Chesnay

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DL Lucas DIGNE Meaux

2

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DL/ML Benjamin MENDY Longjumeau 

6

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DL/MLC Raphael GUERREIRO Le Blanc-Mesnil

4

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DMC N'Golo KANTE Paris

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DMC Steven N'ZONZI Colombes

2

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DMC Tiemoue BAKAYOKO Paris

4

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MC Adrien RABIOT Saint-Maurice

5

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MC Geoffrey KONDOGBIA Nemours

0

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MC Paul POGBA Lagny-sur-Marne

6

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MRLC Moussa SISSOKO Le Blanc-Mesnil

1

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AMRLC Hatem BEN ARFA Paris

2

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AMRLC Yacine BRAHIMI Paris

0

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AMRL Alan SAINT MAXIMIN Châtenay-Malabry

1

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AMRL Kingsley COMAN Paris

3

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AMRL Riyad MAHREZ Sarcelles

8

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AMRL Sofiane FEGHOULI Levallois-Perret

2

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FRLC Anthony MARTIAL Massy

14

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3

FRLC Kylian MBAPPE Bondy

13

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6

FRLC M'Baye NIANG Meulan

0

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1

FRLC Moussa DEMBELE Pontoise

4

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FC Cedric BAKAMBU Ivry

0

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FC Jonathan KODJIA Saint-Denis

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FC/SS Wissam BEN YEDDER Sarcelles

6

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(Today part of: region Ile de France with Paris)

Even though the West Francia rulers used the title of the King of Franks (Rex Francorum/ Roi des Francs), given the changed political setting – the rising of the (Holy) Roman Empire at the east and the extinction of the Caroline dynasty in Paris, which was succeeded by the Capet family (987.), West Francia can be referred to as The Kingdom of France and its rulers as French. The Capetian dynasty was not in anyone’s way and it presented the peak of the feudal pyramid. France did not become a part of the Roman Empire at the East. In comparison to the north Italian area, Paris was not on the way to Rome where rulers were crowned, hence no one had a reason to win this territory. Advisors, bishops, abbots, dukes and earls did not want to help their rulers. On the one hand, they would jeopardize their own judicial and military monopole and on the other, they had disputes of their own.

The Frankish rulers started to use the title of the king of France (rex Franciae/ roi de France) in the 12th century; however, the change was purely a linguistic one since nothing really changed in the minds of people. Since the middle of the 12th and the beginning of the 13th century, the king’s dominance started to grow. The male successors of Hugh Capet ruled France from 987. till 1792. and from 1814. till 1848. They were either direct or indirect successors of dynasties that later on became known ad Valois and Bourbon.

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