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Starting lineup - published: 15.01.18

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GK Hugo LLORIS Nice

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GK Roman BÜRKI Münsingen

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GK Yan SOMMER Morges

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DC Florian LEJEUNE Isters

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DC Lucas HERNANDEZ Marseille

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DC Younes KABOUL Saint-Julien-en-Genevois

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DRC Kurt ZOUMA Lyon

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DLC Malang SARR Nice

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DLC Terence KONGOLO Fribourg

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DR Stephen LICHTSTEINER Adligenswil

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DL Faouzi GHOULAM Saint-Priest-en-Jarez

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DL Theo HERNANDEZ Marseille

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DL/ML Layvin KURZAWA Fréjus

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DMC Josuha GUILVAOGUI Ollioules

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DMC Maxim LOPEZ Marseille

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DMC Maxime GONALONS Vénissieux

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DMC/DC Benjamin STAMBOULI Marseille

1

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MC Corentin TOLISSO Tarare

3

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MC Ivan RAKITIĆ Möhlin

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MC Vincent KOZIELLO Grasse

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MRC Jordan FERRI Cavaillon

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AMC Younes BELHANDA Avignon

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AMRLC Samir NASRI Septèmes-les-Vallons

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AMRL Rachid GHEZZAL Décines-Charpieu

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AMRL/FC Yannick BOLASIE Lyon

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FRLC Alexandre LACAZETTE Lyon

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FC Anthony MODESTE Cannes

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FC Bafetimbi GOMIS La Seyne-sur-Mer

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FC Karim BENZEMA Lyon

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FC Luuk DE JONG Aigle

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FC Olivier GIROUD Chambery

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FC/SS Nabil FEKIR Lyon

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FRLC/SS Antoine GRIEZMANN Mâcon

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(Today part of: southern and eastern France, southern and western Switzerland)

The Benedictine abbey Cluny was located in the kingdom. The abbey was important because the initiative aiming to restore religious life and moral health of priests was established in it. It served as an example for other similar initiatives in monasteries throughout Europe. Furthermore, they fought against simony (the act of selling church offices and roles) and profane appointments (rulers appoint bishops). Unlike the norther Lothringia, which was also developed from the Middle Francia, Burgundy was not integrated in the Holy Roman Empire in 1032 when it was possessed by the emperor. It became an autonomous country within the Empire and emperors continued to have the title of the kings of Burgundy for three hundred years. The emperors-kings in the regions of the kingdom of Burgundy (which were rarely visited) gradually lost their governance because the territorial forces increased.

 By the mid-14th century, when the Kingdom formally broke up, the regions of Provence, Dauphine, Savoy, Free County of Burgundy, Lyonnais, Vivarais and parts of western Swiss Confederacy gained their independence. Since then, the name “Burgundy” was ambiguous. Given the fact that the kingdom no longer existed as such, the name Burgundy started to be used at the north where it got a new meaning – Burgundy Arles countries (French Comte) and Lothringia countries (the Netherlands). 

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