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Soccer notes

French can toast vintage year

Teams shine with top stars abroad

By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / May 11, 2004

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The revival of French soccer was confirmed with victory in the 1998 World Cup. But French clubs have seldom been serious contenders in European competitions -- until now. Ligue 1 teams are in the finals of the Champions League (Monaco) and UEFA Cup (Olympique Marseille). Only once has a French team won the Champions League, though Olympique Marseille's title in ... (Full Article: 872 Words)

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