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AS Monaco FC

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Under Wenger, they won the league in his first season in charge 1988 and the Coupe de France in 1991, with the club consistently competing in the latter stages of the European Cup and regularly challenging for the league title. The early 1980s saw a steady stream of successes in national competitions. With Rybolovlev's financial backing, the club quickly returned to Ligue 1 and won the , their first league title in 17 years. Monaco went undefeated for the last 20 games of the season, winning 18 of those 20 games. Archived from on 4 April 2009.

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Position Player — Hugo Hagege — Yanis Henin — — — — Abdoulaye Koté — Yannis Ngakoutou — Boris Popović — Amilcar Silva — — No. Monaco played at the original since its construction in 1939. With the club facing a second barren spell, they signed , who had hitherto been relatively unknown, managing without much success. The following season saw remarkable success on the field, given the club's financial strife. Then, the multiple sports club of the Association Sportive de Monaco was founded on the 23rd August 1924.

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Archived from on 17 November 2008. In 1994, after being blocked by the Monaco board from opening discussions with German powerhouse for their vacant managerial post after being shortlisted for the role, Wenger was released from the club, several weeks after the post had already been filled. In 1933, Monaco were invited by the to turn professional. Monaco is a member of the. Leduc subsequently left the club again in 1979, to be succeeded by and , both of whom were unable to halt the club's decline. In his second season, he brought back Leduc, who immediately won the club promotion to the first division and won them the championship the following year in 1978.

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With the club only losing four times, Monaco finished the season as champions, earning promotion back to. Following the poor results, was replaced as coach by. Archived from on 25 September 2015. Monaco lost to 1981 , twice 1982 and 1984 and 1985. Though based in Monaco, the club plays in the. .

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With hired to replace Deschamps, one of Pastor's first tasks was to hold on to the players who had turned the club into one of the best in Europe. By 1948, Monaco re-acquired its professional status and returned to the French second division; they subsequently consistently finished in its upper echelons, with this sustained effort resulting in promotion to the French for the first time in 1953. The club topped its group, which contained , and. The stadium is named after the former and houses a total of 18,500 supporters. The club has also competed in , and were runners-up in the in and the in. He was officially suspended in 24 January 2019, with briefly assuming the role of interim coach. Leduc subsequently led the club to its first League and Cup Double in 1963.

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They followed with a 3—1 win over , a draw to , and a 2—1 loss to Bordeaux. Guidolin lasted only one year, before being replaced by assistant coach who, in turn, only lasted a year, before being replaced by Brazilian. The club could have had even greater success in this period, as it emerged in 1993 that bitter rivals had indulged in match fixing and numerous improprieties, a view that Wenger had long held. However, Henry's efforts proved worthless, being unable to improve the League's standings and having Monaco eliminated from both the Champions League and the. Youth team policies produced future World Cup winners , and.

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In 1985, the stadium was replaced with the current , built on a nearby site consisting of land reclaimed from the Mediterranean, which has become a recurring feature of the stadium's seaside surroundings. In December 2011, two-thirds of the club was sold to an investment group led by Russian billionaire. On 25 January 2019, the club announced the return of Jardim, only three months after having fired the Portuguese coach. Disappointingly for Monaco fans, the club could not translate its domestic leadership into European success. Monaco staged a dramatic comeback in the Round of 16, losing the first leg 5—3 to before beating the English side 3—1 at home to win on away goals. Lacombe led Monaco to eighth place in Ligue 1 in his first season in charge, but he was unable to replicate this performance in his second season and was sacked in January 2011, with Monaco in 17th place in Ligue 1.

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Whilst this was reduced on appeal to a ban on purchasing players, it was enough to force President Jean-Louis Campora, who had been in charge for 28 years, to step aside. Monaco is one of the most in French football, having won eight league titles and five trophies. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under. Within 12 months, Deschamps had left as coach and Svara had been replaced by Michel Pastor. Banide was sacked due to this poor start to the , and was replaced by Italian manager. The team, coached by former French national team captain and featuring stalwarts such as , , and , finished third in Ligue 1 and enjoyed a remarkable run to the final of the , beating and along the way. Then came a string of losses, including 1—2 against and 0—3 to in the.

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Early in the season, Monaco defeated and to qualify for the group stages of the. Monaco finished the season in 17th, avoiding relegation playoffs by 2 points. Position Player 1 2 3 4 5 6 on loan from 7 8 on loan from 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 No. Monaco finished in 2nd place in Ligue 1 in the and Ranieri was replaced by. In 1975, Jean-Louis Campora, son of former president Charles Campora, became chairman of the club. Wenger's reign saw the club enjoy one of its most successful periods, with several inspired signings, including , , , and. Under his reign as president, the club brought in players such as and , so they did not find much success on the pitch, going through a torrid season and only managing a mid-table finish.

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