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Monaco suffered yet another defeat this weekend, against Stade Rennais FC, who started the game two points above 18th placed Monaco.
Rennes took the lead late in the first half, followed by Monaco’s Raggi being sent off. Falcao scored early in the second half to level the game, but Rennes scored again in the 77th minute.
Media pundits have pointed to the transfer policy as the cause of Monaco’s woes. Hardly any of the 2017 Ligue 1 champions are still in the side. The club has made a lot of money from selling stars, but it has relied on replacing them with promising youngsters who need time to shine.
Monaco remains in 18th place in Ligue 1, four points adrift of 17th place.
Friends of Lebanon, headed up by Bouran Hallani, has put out a call for donations to help those devastated by the recent explosions that rocked Beirut.
Meteo-France has forecast the heat wave to last between six and eight days in the region, with scorching days and hot nights.
Prince Albert II has revealed that he is preparing to make masks mandatory in all public spaces in Monaco.
Traffic has begun traversing across Genoa’s new highway bridge, just two years after the terrifying collapse of the original Morandi bridge which killed 43 people.