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AS Monaco FC

Football club information
Full nameAssociation Sportive de
Monaco Football Club
NicknameLes Rouge et Blanc
(The Red and Whites)
FoundedAugust 23, 1924
StadiumStade Louis II (capacity : 18500)
ChairmanMonaco Etienne Franzi
ManagerFrance Guy Lacombe
LeagueLigue 1
2009 � 10Ligue 1, 8th

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Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club (-fra.sɔ.sja.sjɔ̃ spɔrtɪv də mɔnaˈkɔ; commonly referred to as AS Monaco or simply Monaco) is a Monégasque football club based in the Principality of Monaco. The club plays in Ligue 1, the top division in French football, and are one of the most successful clubs in the country having won seven league titles and five Coupe de France trophies. Monaco have also regularly competed in European football, being runners-up in both the UEFA Cup Winner's Cup and UEFA Champions League in 1992 and 2004, respectively.

AS Monaco is the only club within the French football league system not based in France itself, being based in the sovereign principality of Monaco. The club enjoyed numerous successes in the 1970s and late 1980s during the managerial tenures of Lucien Leduc and Arsène Wenger, during which they were amongst the leading lights of European football. Monaco's traditional colours are red and white, and they are affectionately known as Les Rouge et Blanc ( ). The club currently plays their home matches at the Stade Louis II in Fontvieille, their home since 1985, and are members of the European Club Association.

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Swansea thrilled by European bow - Tweet this news campaigns between 1961/62 and 1991/92 - most notably knocking out SC Braga in 1982/83, although on their last appearance they lost 8-0 at -AS Monaco FC-. ... - Date : Wed, 04 Aug 2010 11:36:22 GMT+00:00
Emmanuel Adebayor 'allowed to move on' - (blog) Tweet this news (blog)--His talents impressed the management at Association Sportive de -Monaco Football Club- and joined them in 2003. In his first season with Monaco, ... - Date : Wed, 04 Aug 2010 01:48:38 GMT+00:00
South Korean footballers discover brave new hope - Korea Times Tweet this news
Korea Times--His successful efforts are on a par with -AS Monaco- striker Park Chu-young, whose sole goal in the tournament came from a brilliantly struck free kick ... - Date : Sun, 27 Jun 2010 11:08:49 GMT+00:00
S. Korea to take on Uruguay in second round after drawing Nigeria to make the ... - Yonhap News Tweet this news
Yonhap News---AS Monaco- forward Park Chu-young put South Korea ahead in the 49th minute after netting a free kick. Yakubu missed an opportunity to tie the match in the ... - Date : Wed, 23 Jun 2010 07:16:35 GMT+00:00
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Daily Contributor--Park Chu-Young of -AS Monaco-, Ki Sung-Ueng of Celtic -FC-, Lee Chung-Yong of Bolton Wanderers and Manchester United's Park Ji-Sung are expected to spearhead ... - Date : Thu, 03 Jun 2010 16:04:15 GMT+00:00
Rigging marvelous! - Tweet this news' latest project is designing a new 40000 seat stadium on behalf of -AS Monaco FC-, one of Europe's most successful football clubs. ... - Date : Wed, 02 Jun 2010 00:11:22 GMT+00:00
Cris confident time is right for Lyon - Tweet this news have been away on a training camp since Friday after their weekend fixture with -AS Monaco FC- was postponed to give them more time to prepare for this ... - Date : Mon, 26 Apr 2010 19:11:20 GMT+00:00

No. Nationality Position Player Other
1FranceGKSébastien Chabbert
2FranceDFDennis Appiah
3CameroonDFNicolas N'Koulou
4CODDFCédric Mongongu
5UruguayMF[[Diego Pérez (footballer)
6BrazilMFEduardo Costa
7IcelandFWEiður Guðjohnsen
8ArgentinaMF[[Alejandro Alonso (footballer)
9CODFWDieumerci Mbokani
10South KoreaFWPark Chu-Young
11GabonFWPierre-Emerick Aubameyang
12BrazilDF[[Adriano Pereira da Silva
13SwedenDFPetter Hansson
14Ivory CoastFWYannick Sagbo
15FranceMFThomas Mangani
16FranceGKStéphane Ruffier
17TogoMFSerge Gakpé
18MaliDFDjimi Traoré
19Ivory CoastMFJean-Jacques Gosso
20FranceMFMathieu Coutadeur
21RomaniaFWDaniel Niculae
22FranceMFFrédéric Bulot
23FranceDFVincent Muratori
24FranceMFNampalys Mendy
25NigeriaMFLukman Haruna
26FranceMFKévin Malcuit
27FranceFWFrédéric Nimani
28FranceDFSébastien Puygrenier
30FranceGKFranck L'Hostis
32Ivory CoastDFIgor Lolo

No. Nationality Position Player Other
FranceGKYohann Thuram-Ulien
FRAMFYohan Mollo
FranceDFYvan Erichot
FranceMF[[Kévin Diaz (footballer born 1988)
29FranceMFDistel Zola

European :
Name Games
France Jean-Luc Ettori 755 games
France Claude Puel 602
France Jean Petit 428
France Manuel Amoros 349
France Christian Dalger 334
France Marcel Dib 326
France François Ludo 319
France Luc Sonor 315
France Michel Hidalgo 304
Monaco Armand Forcherio 303

European :
Name Goals
Argentina Delio Onnis 223 goals
France Lucien Cossou 115
France Christian Dalger 89
Nigeria Victor Ikpeba 77
France Jean Petit 76
France Yvon Douis 74
France Youri Djorkaeff 68
Democratic Republic of the Congo Shabani Nonda 67
BrazilFrance Sonny Anderson 67
Liberia George Weah 66

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