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Napoli remporte la Serie A pour la première fois en 33 ans pour déclencher une fête de rue

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Les fans de Naples célébrés toute la nuit à Naples

La ville de Naples s’est transformée en une fête de rue épique.

Les routes étaient remplies de gens qui chantaient, dansaient et s’embrassaient, tandis que les enfants jouaient au football autour d’eux. Les gens sautaient dans les fontaines en liesse, tandis que d’autres agitaient d’énormes drapeaux de Naples en se promenant sur leurs scooters.

La raison? Jeudi, leur équipe de football Napoli est devenue championne d’Italie.

Dès que le coup de sifflet final a été donné dans leur match à l’Udinese, Le match nul 1-1 de Naples est suffisant pour décrocher le titre de Serie A, des centaines de personnes entassées sur des places, chantant leur joie.

“Nous avons un rêve dans le cœur. Que Naples redevienne champion !” résonnait dans la ville, car ce rêve est maintenant devenu réalité.

Les fans de Naples ont également regardé le match sur grand écran dans leur propre Stadio Diego Armando Maradona
De nombreux fans de Naples ont regardé le match via de grands écrans dans leur propre Stadio Diego Armando Maradona

“J’ai pleuré. C’est un moment historique”, déclare Edoardo Nappa.

Le joueur de 13 ans fait partie d’une nouvelle génération trop jeune pour se souvenir des jours de gloire de Diego Maradona – le légendaire non-conformiste qui a livré deux titres de Serie A à la ville lorsqu’il était capitaine de Naples.

“Pouvoir vivre ça, vivre ça moi-même pour la première fois… c’est magique. C’est un moment historique pour Naples.”

Il n’y avait pas que les locaux qui faisaient la fête ; des gens de toute l’Italie et de pays comme la France, l’Espagne et le Royaume-Uni se sont rendus à Naples pour s’imprégner du spectacle.

Naples vit et respire le football. Toute la ville a été décorée en prévision de la fête : des drapeaux et des festons bleus et blancs pendent au-dessus des rues étroites. Des cartons découpés grandeur nature ont fait leur apparition dans le centre-ville. Il y a des gâteaux, des pâtisseries, des boissons, des glaces dédiées aux joueurs.

“C’est comme si le monde s’était arrêté ici”, déclare Amelia Bufi, une étudiante universitaire venue de Rome pour célébrer la victoire.

“Cette fête va durer au moins un mois. Elle va durer tout l’été. C’est une sensation incroyable : les Napolitains mettent de l’amour dans tout ce qu’ils font, y compris le football.”

Edoardo Nappa et sa famille
Edoardo Nappa et sa famille photographiés à côté des hommages à l’ancien joueur de Naples Diego Maradona

Une fête prévue depuis trois décennies

C’est une fête qui se prépare depuis 33 ans. La dernière fois que Napoli a remporté le titre de Serie A, c’était en 1990 – lorsque Maradona était capitaine.

L’influence argentine se fait encore sentir dans la ville. Son visage omniprésent est peint sur les vitrines des bars, les autocollants de pare-chocs et les panneaux d’affichage. Une fresque géante de lui domine un sanctuaire qui lui est dédié. Et au-dessus, il y a un signe qui dit “Dios” – le mot espagnol pour Dieu.

Beaucoup se sont rassemblés cette semaine autour de son sanctuaire pour déposer des fleurs et allumer des bougies. Certains ont eu les larmes aux yeux.

Pour les Napolitains, le football est presque une expérience religieuse.

“Cela va même au-delà de la religion”, dit Bufi. “Ce que nous faisons ici est comme un rituel. Nous prions pour Diego Maradona, comme s’il était un saint. C’est fou et j’adore ça.”

Maradona a donné aux Napolitains un grand sentiment d’appartenance.

“C’était un homme plein de vices mais à la fois poétique et majestueux dans ce qu’il faisait de mieux”, explique l’experte du football européen Mina Rzouki.

“Et c’est vraiment quelque chose qui résonne chez les Napolitains.”

Feux d'artifice à Naples
Des feux d’artifice ont illuminé le ciel nocturne de Naples alors que les supporters célébraient le titre de champion tant attendu de leur équipe

Les souvenirs des jours de gloire s’estompaient

Après que Maradona ait remporté son deuxième titre pour Napoli il y a plus de trois décennies, l’équipe n’a pas pu maintenir le succès. Ils ont eu des difficultés financières, ont fait faillite et ont été rétrogradés en Serie C – la ligue la plus basse des divisions professionnelles.

Le tournant se produit en 2004 : le producteur de cinéma Aurelio de Laurentiis rachète le club.

“Il a créé une équipe qui est merveilleuse à regarder”, a déclaré Rzouki.

“Il savait qu’il pouvait compter sur l’amour inconditionnel de toute une ville, sur une base de fans si dévouée. Alors sous lui, Napoli a grandi.”

Et pourtant, Napoli n’a pas pu reproduire le succès de 1990 et remporter le titre.

“La pression profonde de jouer dans une ville qui vit le football à un degré si inimaginable… cela peut être beaucoup. Cela peut devenir étouffant d’être dans une ville qui est si dévouée à leur succès”, déclare Rzouki.

Les fans de Naples font la fête à Naples

La revanche des outsiders

Cette victoire représente bien plus que le football. C’est un symbole de l’inégalité entre le nord riche de l’Italie et le sud plus pauvre.

“Les jeunes Napolitains sont souvent contraints d’émigrer vers le nord de l’Italie à la recherche d’un emploi et d’une vie meilleure”, explique le journaliste de Napoli Today, Franco Romano.

“Et donc pour eux, gagner la ligue est une forme de revanche sociale contre les superpuissances du nord.”

“Gagner la ligue n’importe où au sud de Rome, c’est comme gagner 10 trophées à Milan ou à Turin”, déclare un autre fan, Enrico.

Les Napolitains subissent encore les railleries hostiles de leurs rivaux du Nord au sujet de la criminalité, de la pauvreté et même des épidémies de choléra.

“Si vous êtes né à Naples, le football fait partie de votre sang”, déclare Gaetano, qui porte une tenue de football de la tête aux pieds. “Notre sang est [Napoli] bleu, ce n’est pas rouge.”

Faisant partie des milliers de Napolitains qui se sont installés à Milan pour trouver du travail, il s’est rendu à Naples avec toute sa famille pour vivre ce moment. Il veut partager avec eux sa passion du football.

“C’est quelque chose qui vient du cœur. J’attends cette victoire depuis 33 ans. Je suis plein d’émotion, de passion, de foi… les mots ne peuvent pas expliquer ce que je ressens.”

Les fans de Naples font la fête à Naples

Une consécration de Naples

Lorsque Naples a remporté la ligue grâce à Maradona, la ville avait été détruite par un violent tremblement de terre quelques années auparavant.

“La ville était en difficulté. La pauvreté était partout”, raconte Massimo Romano.

“La victoire avec Maradona a représenté une renaissance pour Naples après une période d’extrême difficulté.”

Mais les choses sont très différentes maintenant.

“Naples a encore beaucoup de problèmes, mais c’est devenu une ville européenne avec beaucoup de touristes, une ville bien connue en dehors de l’Italie”, ajoute Romano.

Pour une ville si dévouée à son équipe de football, c’est une journée qui sera chérie pour les années à venir.

“La victoire d’aujourd’hui représente la consécration d’un succès que Naples connaît depuis plusieurs années.”

Un fan de Naples pleure de joie après la victoire de son équipe en Serie A
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Como: Cesc Fabregas becomes head coach of Serie A side

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Cesc Fabregas has become the head coach of Serie A club Como, having previously worked as their assistant head coach.

Fabregas, 37, has signed a four-year deal with Como, who last season got promoted back to Italy’s top flight after a 21-year absence.

The Spaniard, who ended his playing career at Como last year, has been promoted to head coach, his first full managerial role. He previously managed five matches as Como’s caretaker boss between November and December 2023.

“I am so happy to be starting this season as head coach and I thank the ownership group for trusting me with this position,” said ex-Arsenal, Chelsea and Barcelona midfielder Fabregas.

“I share the ambitions of the group and believe this is just the start of where this club can go.

“It’s going to be a tough and important season but myself and the rest of the coaching staff are ready and we all believe.”

Fabregas, who won the World Cup with Spain in 2010, spent the second half of last season working as an assistant to Welsh caretaker boss Osian Roberts, who has now become Como’s head of development.

They face 36-time Serie A winners Juventus on their return to the top flight on 19 August.

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Leicester have made an improved £21m bid for Juventus winger Matias Soule, 21, and hope to wrap up a deal for the Argentine next week. (Telegraph), external

Newcastle are hoping to beat West Ham and Juventus to the signing of France defender Jean-Clair Todibo, 24, after holding talks with Nice. (HITC), external

Chelsea have not given up in their pursuit of Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, 25, despite Paris St-Germain being the frontrunners for the Nigeria striker. (CaughtOffside), external

Crystal Palace have held initial talks with Marseille over the possibility of signing 26-year-old Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr. (Athletic – subscription required), external

Chelsea have received contact from Newcastle about the availability of 22-year-old English winger Noni Madueke. (Football Insider), external

Liverpool and Newcastle are among the clubs interested in Dutch defender Dean Huijsen, 19, but Juventus’ £25.3m valuation could be a stumbling block. (Tuttosport – in Italian), external

Brighton are looking to advance negotiations over a deal for 20-year-old German winger Brajan Gruda from Mainz. (Fabrizio Romano), external

Sheffield United midfielder Gustavo Hamer, 27, has a relegation release clause in his contract and the Brazilian is on the radar of several clubs in the Premier League and Serie A. (Teamtalk), external

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PSG threaten legal action against Lyon owner John Textor

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Paris St-Germain have threatened Lyon owner John Textor with legal action unless he stops what the French champions feel are “defamatory and damaging statements” about the club.

PSG believe they have been left with no alternative other than to respond to Textor’s interview this week with Brazilian publication Globo.

In it, Textor, who through his Eagle Football Holdings group is a majority shareholder in Lyon and the biggest shareholder in Premier League club Crystal Palace, said he was competing against “a country, not an owner” and that PSG were a “model of unbridled spending, without restrictions”.

PSG have been majority owned since 2011 by Qatar Sports Investments, which has links with the Qatar Investment Authority – the country’s sovereign wealth fund.

In a letter signed by PSG’s general secretary Victoriano Melero, seen by BBC Sport, the club has called Textor’s comments “false, incendiary, undignified and nonsensical”.

They add: “We would like to respond to a few of your most unwarranted smears that are particularly false, hypocritical, and disrespectful not only to PSG but the wider French football family.

“You falsely state PSG has ‘a model of unbridled spending without restrictions’ while ignoring the fact your own club has had significant issues with Uefa and DNCG restrictions under your management.”

French football’s financial watchdog, the DNCG, announced in July last year it would monitor Lyon’s transfers and wage bill, external for the 2023-24 season after ruling the Ligue 1 club did not provide sufficient financial guarantees.

The measures were lifted in December after the DNCG approved Lyon’s new budget., external

In the letter, PSG also highlighted that American Textor criticised the Premier League’s spending rules, external in February.

They added: “You mention you are competing ‘against a country’ with PSG, ignorant of the fact that a significant portion of our club today is owned by US investor Arctos – which we thought you might be aware of, coming from the US.

“Less than 20% of PSG’s commercial revenue comes from Qatar companies, while PSG has signed 50 new partners in the last six years and only one of these was a Qatari brand.”

PSG end the letter by stating if Textor continues his “defamatory and damaging statements” they “will be forced to add to your growing number of lawsuits in Brazil with additional action in France”.

Textor is the largest shareholder of Brazilian top-flight club Botafogo.

A legal case has been brought against him in Brazil by parties he accused of being involved in corruption and match-fixing, comments which were subsequently dismissed by the domestic football authorities, but which he refused to back down from in his Globo interview.

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Southend United: Consortium led by Justin Rees completes takeover

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Rees is expected to be the new chairman, though much of the day-to-day running of the club will continue to be done by chief executive Tom Lawrence.

He has been in post since May 2021 and said at the start of the 2023 that financial problems had left the club with an annual funding gap of about £2m.

The other consortium members are John Watson, Gary Lockett, Tom Arnold, David Kreyling, Paul Redbourn, Ian Redbourn, George Taylor – the son of former Southend East MP Sir Teddy Taylor – Jason Brown and Lawrence.

“The news we’ve all been waiting for. Proud to have played a small part in this,” Southend-On-Sea Council leader Daniel Cowan said on X,, external formerly Twitter.

In a statement, the Shrimpers Trust supporters’ group – who have in the past loaned money to pay staff wages – said: “There are still matters to resolve, but they can now be completed in a place where the existential threat towards Southend United has been removed.”

The statement added: “Southend United Football Club has the chance to thrive and rise again on a sustainable and collaborative foundation, and we look forward to playing our part.”

They also thanked fans of Blackpool, Crewe, Reading, Scarborough Athletic, Scunthorpe and Torquay – who have also experienced major financial problems – for the “amazing support” provided as the Trust “sought to safeguard the future of our club”.

Southend were formed in May 1906 and in their 118-year history have been as high as the second tier of English football in the 1990s and again in 2006-07, a season which also saw them reach the League Cup quarter-finals.

They missed out on a play-off place last season because of a 10-point penalty imposed by the National League because of their financial issues.

COSU have been effectively running the club since the contracts were exchanged and Rees told BBC Essex in May that they had already spent £3.5m.

The following month, however, they were ordered to provide a £1m bond by the league who were concerned about Southend’s “ability to fulfil its financial obligations” for the coming season.

But the latest in a series of winding-up petitions the club has faced was dismissed on 26 June leading to the lifting of a second transfer embargo, external imposed in May, just five months after the previous one ended, having been in place for over a year.

The Fossetts Farm development is now subject to a second due diligence exercise by Southend-On-Sea Council.

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Belgium to face Israel behind closed doors in Hungary in Nations League

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Belgium’s home match against Israel in the Nations League will take place behind closed doors in Debrecen, Hungary on 6 September.

The Belgian Football Federation (RBFA) had been searching for a new venue after the city of Brussels said it was “impossible” to host the fixture because of security fears.

Other Belgian cities also refused to host the match.

The Israel-Gaza conflict has sparked global demonstrations, including in Belgium.

“Given that in Belgium, no local authority considered it possible to organise the home match of the Red Devils against Israel, the RBFA had to look for a solution abroad,” the federation said.

Most of the home fixtures for the Belgian national team are played at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.

In October, a gunman killed two Swedish people before a Euro 2024 qualifier between Belgium and Sweden at the stadium.

The fixture was later abandoned at half-time for security reasons.

Belgian prosecutors initially said there did not appear to be any link between the attack and the Israel-Gaza war, but later said they could not exclude that possibility.

France and Italy are in the same Nations League Group A2 as Belgium and Israel.

Fifa is currently considering a proposal from the Palestinian Football Association (PFA) to suspend Israel from competing on the international stage.

The PFA submitted its case in May but Fifa will not make a final decision until after the Paris Olympics, which run between 26 July and 11 August.

Football’s world governing body said the legal discussions surrounding the case will be shared with its council on 31 August.

“Following requests for extension from both parties to submit their respective positions, duly granted by Fifa, more time is needed to conclude this process with due care and completeness,” Fifa said on X.

Israel will play Mali, Paraguay and Japan in the group phase of the 2024 Olympics.

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Hwang Hee-chan: Korean FA writes to Fifa after alleged racist abuse of Wolves player

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The Korean Football Association has written to Fifa to express “serious concerns” after Wolves’ Hwang Hee-chan was the target of an alleged racist remark by a Como player in a pre-season friendly.

South Korea forward Hwang reported the remark during Monday’s friendly in Marbella, Spain.

Como said one of their players made a reference surrounding Hwang’s name.

The Italian club said they did not consider the remark racist, adding “the reaction of certain Wolves players has seen the incident blown out of proportion”.

Wolves and Hwang insist it was racist and are working with the English Football Association to formalise their complaint, which will be sent to Uefa and the Italian FA.

European football’s governing body Uefa previously claimed it had no power to investigate because it was not a Uefa competition match.

The KFA has now taken the matter to world football’s governing body, Fifa.

The KFA said: “In an official letter sent to Fifa on July 18, the Korea Football Association expressed serious concern about the racist behaviour suffered by Hwang Hee-chan from an opposing team player during a recent practice match, and issued a call to prevent racial discrimination occurring on the soccer field.

“In order to eradicate it, we asked Fifa to further strengthen sanctions against perpetrators.”

Wolves said the incident took place midway through the second half, with forward Daniel Podence sent off for throwing a punch in the aftermath.

Boss Gary O’Neil asked Hwang if he wanted to abandon the game but the 28-year-old declined, with Wolves going on to win 1-0.

Hwang subsequently posted on his Instagram:, external “Racism is intolerable in sports and in all aspects of life.

“After the incident, the coaching staff and my team-mates immediately told me that they would leave the field with me if needed, and they kept checking on my wellbeing.

“I am very grateful to my team-mates once again.”

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Play-off experience aids ‘very tough’ Scotland

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In-form Scotland are the team “probably nobody wanted to draw” in the Euro 2025 play-offs, reckons head coach Pedro Martinez Losa.

Having topped their qualifying group with five wins and a draw, the Scots meet Hungary next and will take on Montenegro or Finland should they progress.

A strong campaign in the B section has lifted spirits following a winless experience against the A-listers of the Nations League last year.

“We are confident that we can be competitive against any opponent,” said Martinez Losa, reacting to the possible pathway to Euro 2025.

“We have had five wins in a row and, while at some moment this run will finish, we want to keep it going as long as we can.

“Momentum is very important. Life is about momentum. Football is about using the energy of the fans and being able to impact the opponent as much as we can.”

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Uefa launches disciplinary investigation into ‘Gibraltar is Spanish’ chant during Euro 2024 celebrations

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Uefa has appointed a disciplinary inspector after Spain captain Alvaro Morata and team-mate Rodri chanted “Gibraltar is Spanish” during their Euro 2024 victory celebrations.

The Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) made an official complaint about the celebrations to Uefa on Tuesday.

The inspector will “evaluate a potential violation of the Uefa disciplinary regulations”, the European football governing body said.

Gibraltar is an enclave at Spain’s southern tip that has been under British rule since the 18th Century, but Spain has long called for its return.

The chanting took place in front of tens of thousands of Spain fans in Cibeles Square, Madrid on 15 July as players celebrated their 2-1 Euro 2024 final success against England.

Manchester City midfielder Rodri, 28, could be seen chanting “Gibraltar is Spanish” on the stage, and AC Milan striker Morata, 31, later encouraged the crowd to join in with the same chant.

The Gibraltar FA complained about Spain’s behaviour, saying it had “noted the extremely provocative and insulting nature of the celebrations around the Spanish Men’s national team winning Euro 2024”.

“Football has no place for behaviour of this nature,” it added.

Gibraltar has been a full member of Uefa since 2013.

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Euro 2025 play-offs: NI manager Oxtoby hoping to build on ‘momentum and positivity’

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Oxtoby told BBC Sport NI that her preparations for the encounters with Croatia would include speaking with her Wales counterpart Rhian Wilkinson, after the Welsh finished top of the qualifying group which included the Croatians.

“I’ll be in touch [with the Wales head coach] for some tips, but we’re getting to work right now in terms of what we need to know,” explained the Australian former Chelsea assistant coach.

“We have a pretty stringent process we go through in terms of our opposition analysis so the guys will be working away to make sure we’ve got all the information we need to give ourselves every opportunity we need to be successful.

“Playing away from home first is always a challenge so we’ll try and get ourselves based where we can get some good work in beforehand and focus on us and be ready for the game.”

Oxtoby’s team sit 48th in the Fifa rankings, eight places above Croatia, while 16th-ranked Norway will be favourites to overcome Albania and stand in the way of Northern Ireland potentially reaching a second Euros tournament should they advance at the expense of the Croatians.

“The pressure of a play-off and all that comes with it, I don’t think rankings really come into it,” said Oxtoby.

“It’s about making sure you can execute on the day across the two ties so that’s what we need to be focused on, and ourselves more importantly, continuing our journey.

“We’ll focus on this first round and then concentrate on the next round if we get there.”

The round two play-offs will be played on 27 November and 3 December.

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Rachel Furness: Northern Ireland midfielder returns to Newcastle United

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Northern Ireland midfielder Rachel Furness has returned to Newcastle United after leaving Bristol City.

Furness, Northern Ireland’s record goalscorer, helped Bristol City win the Women’s Championship title after signing in January 2023.

She also won the Championship with Liverpool.

Furness, who has also played for Sunderland, Reading and Icelandic side Grindavik, said signing for the club she has supported her whole life is a “very proud moment”.

“I have watched from afar over the years and the ambitions of the club on and off the pitch are something I can’t wait to be a part of,” said the 36-year-old, who previously played for Newcastle between 2006 and 2010.

“I’m excited to meet the team and bring my experience to an already very talented squad.”

Manager Becky Langley said: “Rachel has had an excellent career and she will undoubtedly add very good experience to the team. She’s a winner and I love that about her.

“She’s excellent in the air and an all-round good footballer. We can’t wait to see her flourish back at her hometown club.”

Newcastle will compete in the 2024-25 Championship after winning the Women’s National League North title.

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