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 to go to Nantes last Saturday In order to play its Ligue 1 match, Paris Saint-Germain flew. A choice denounced by Alain Krakovitch, Director of TGV-Mentecités, who prompted PSG to favor the train for short journeys. An opinion not by Pierre Ménès, who defended Parisians ... © Youtube / Pierrot Le Foot to go to Nantes last Saturday to play his Ligue 1 match, Paris Saint-Germain took the plane.

Since Tuesday, tensions have been large between Azerbaijan and Armenia after shootings on the border. The Qarabag coach clearly said that his team was impacted by the looming conflict, which will necessarily influence the match of tomorrow evening against FC Nantes.

Gurban Gurbanov © icon Sport Gurban Gurbanov

Since Tuesday, tensions have been large between Azerbaijan and Armenia after shootings on the border. The Qarabag coach clearly said that his team was impacted by the looming conflict, which will necessarily influence the match of tomorrow evening against FC Nantes.

Even if he is now playing in Baku, capital of Azerbaijan, the Qarabag FK has been created in the city of Agam, which is currently at the heart of extreme tensions between Azeris and Armenia. This because the region in which it is, Haut-Karabagh, is mainly populated by Armenians having seceded a few years ago. The two countries claim this territory and the incidents are numerous on the border, like Tuesday, which saw around fifty soldiers be killed. Until now, Russia served as a mediator but as it is currently focused on its war in Ukraine, tensions are reflected.

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Inevitably, the Azéris do not have their heads too much to football, as the Qarabag coach Gurban Gurbanov, at a press conference before the match against Nantes: "It's very hard to speak this conference this Wednesday, because 50 of ours died in the conflict on the border. Until this morning, I was only interested in that, these young soldiers who died. I mean all my affection for families, say my support in these difficult times. I said to the players: Karabagh is a symbol of the country, we are responsible for this name. Parents have lost their children, children their parents. We are going to do the best for the team to be ready. It will be hard to stay focused on the match, with regard to the latest events related to the conflict against Armenia, but we are going to give the max. "

???? Azerbaijan war/Armenia war: "I told players that Karabagh is a symbol of the country (..) It will be hard to stay focused on the match" (Qarabag coach)

100 dead in qq hours: war is invited In the pre-match of the @FcNantes ⬇️ https://t.co/ryw6rv2ige

-Simon Reungoat (@simonreungoat) September 14, 2022

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