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Style: The triumphal reception of the Lensois supporters in the middle of the night

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  L'accueil triomphal des supporters lensois en pleine nuit © provided by Sofoot

Break your voice.

Victorious 2-1 of the North Derby at Pierre-Mauroy , the Lensois were able to celebrate it as it should be on their return, on the blows of one hour of the morning. All supporters could not get to Lille for the match, several hundreds gathered in front of the gaillette, the RC Lens, Torches and smoke training center to accommodate the bus from their players. A beautiful scene shared by Seko Fofana on Instagram, visibly impressed.

And they are there and they are the #RCLES #Lens #TeamLens #LOSCCL #Losc # Ligue1 # Ligue1Ubereats pic.twitter.com/z0zd3kekhm

- ?????????? ? (@Onze_lenois) April 16, 2022

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In press conference, Franck Haise had already pointed out that the club had players and supporters "apart" : "They know where to place the ego, they place the collective at -Dessus of the rest and it is one of the things that have been explaining the results for two years. It must be said that in addition to winning the local derby, the seventh of Ligue 1 is temporarily two points of the fifth place. Which would mean a qualification for the next Europa Conference League.

I do not know how the bus will succeed to crack the crowd ... #rclens #rcl #erby #erbydunord pic.twitter.com geuxiht7jnay

- Fabien Pestiaux (@pestiauxfabien) April 16, 2022

better than Kinder eggs for Easter.

psg-om: unsurprisingly, the Marseille supporters forbidden to travel at the Princes .
Park without the fans of the OM and with an Auteuil turning always cold with his team, the atmosphere of this PSG-OM of Sunday could Being Morose © Pascal Pochard-Casbianca / AFP The Marseille supporters will not be from the trip to Park Sunday night.

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