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The club's all-time leading scorer is Fleury Di Nallo , who scored goals while at the club from to Di Nallo is also third behind Chiesa and Coupet in all time appearances having played in matches during his year stint at the club.
Despite Di Nallo's impressive goalscoring record, he doesn't hold the record for most goals scored during a league season. Alexandre Lacazette , however, scored his 26th goal of the —15 league season in an important game away to Stade de Reims when he scored in the sixth minute.
Lyon's biggest victory is 10—0, which occurred of two occasions against Ajaccio in the —54 edition of the Coupe de France and, two seasons later, against Delle in the —56 edition of the competition.
Lyon's biggest league victory is 8—0 and also occurred on two occasions. The first being during the —67 season against Angers and the second being against Marseille during the —98 season.
The club's biggest victory on the European stage occurred during the —75 season, where Lyon hammered Luxembourg -based club FA Red Boys Differdange 7—0.
Lyon's rivalry with Marseille goes back to 23 September , when the clubs contested their first match.
The derby, often called Choc des Olympiques "Clash of the Olympics" or Olympico , is often cited as being particularly important as both clubs are of high standard in French football and the championship is regularly decided between the two.
Following the —09 season , Lyon's long-term sponsorship agreement with the French multinational corporation Accor and Renault Trucks ended.
On 22 July , the Paris-based online bookmaker BetClic reached an agreement with Lyon to advertise on the club's kits.
Due to French law prohibiting online gambling , however, Lyon could not wear its kits displaying the BetClic logo. On 12 August , just before the opening league match against Le Mans , the club was relieved of its BetClic-sponsored shirts by the Ligue de Football Professionnel LFP , which warned the club that it risked forfeiting points if the club wore them.
Lyon were free to wear its BetClic sponsored shirts outside France; on 25 August , the club unveiled the shirts in Belgium while taking on Anderlecht in the Champions League.
On 15 January , Lyon secured a sponsorship agreement with Japanese video game company Sony Computer Entertainment to display the company's PlayStation logo on their shirts.
The deal lasted until the end of the —10 season. In , the French ban on online gambling advertising was lifted and Lyon began wearing its BetClic-sponsored shirts on French soil.
In August , the club agreed a two-year sponsorship deal with Korean car manufacturers Hyundai that would start in —13 season , replacing BetClic as the main sponsor in their shirts for Ligue 1 matches.
Lyon has won Ligue 1 seven times, which ranks tied for fourth in French football history. Lyon has the distinction of starting a national record-breaking streak of seven successive titles beginning with the —02 season.
Though the club is a regular participant in the UEFA Champions League , they have only reached as far as the semi-finals, which was accomplished during the —10 season.
As of 31 August . Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
As of 1 November . For a complete list of former Olympique Lyonnais players with a Wikipedia article, see here. Borrelli was killed in a road accident in February of that year.
In , the number was brought out of retirement and given to back-up goalkeeper Anthony Lopes. The number was brought out of retirement in to allow Cameroonian player Jean Makoun to wear it.
Following Makoun's departure, the number went without use for a year. In , it was given to Alexandre Lacazette. The following players have won the Bravo Award while playing for Lyon:.
Olympique Lyonnais has had 22 permanent managers and two caretaker managers since the club's first appointed Oscar Heisserer as a professional manager in Heisserer also served as the first player-coach of the club, coming out of retirement to play during his final season at the club.
Alain Perrin , who managed the club from —08, was the first Lyon manager to achieve the double. The ladies team was set up in the s as part of FC Lyon , but was attached to OL in the summer of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 30 October However, the club retained the Coupe de la Ligue for the third year running, beating Lyon 1—0 in the Final.
In the summer of , Deschamps resigned, and later took on the France job. The club were top of the table at the end of August , but OM proceeded to lose all six games in Europe , suffering the ignominy of becoming the first French team, and the biggest European team to date, to have picked up zero points in a Champions League group stage.
Baup was sacked on 7 December , following the 1—0 defeat to Nantes at Stade Velodrome. He was replaced on an interim basis by Jose Anigo.
In Anigo's brief tenure, OM went out of the two cups, and struggled, leading to continued protests and jeers by fans.
The club finished sixth in the season , missing out on an important European competition place for the first time in ten years. Marseille announced on 2 May an agreement with Marcelo Bielsa , who took the managerial hotseat.
Bielsa was the club's first Argentine coach and the first coach to lead the team into the renovated Velodrome, which opened in August with a fixture against Montpellier.
In Bielsa's first season in charge, the club led the league table for seven months but finished fourth and thus qualified for the UEFA Europa League.
After a solid pre-season, which included a 2—0 win over Juventus in the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Trophy and the signature of nine players, Bielsa resigned from his post, just minutes after the first Ligue 1 game of the —16 season against Caen.
Marseille lost the game 1—0, and Bielsa shocked the footballing world with his unexpected decision, citing a lack of trust with the club's management, who he said had reneged on a previously agreed contract extension.
Bielsa's departure reportedly left his players in a state of shock, many of whom learnt the news via social media in the dressing room.
The sacking came on the eve of the club's Coupe de France semi-final fixture. As in , Passi was installed as the caretaker coach.
Under his direction, Marseille reached the Coupe de France final for the first time in nine years, losing out 4—2 to rivals Paris Saint-Germain. OM would finish the league season in 13th, the club's worst league finish in 15 years.
In the summer of , Marseille once more sold off a number of key players to meet financial obligations and to clear its wage bill ahead of an impending takeover.
Marseille began the Ligue 1 season with interim manager Franck Passi at the helm. Like all the game's major rivalries, the antipathy between PSG and Marseille extends outside the pitch.
However, despite their recent ups and downs, PSG and Marseille remain fierce rivals, giving this match a special atmosphere. From to , Marseille played at the Stade de l'Huveaune.
The club were the owner of the venue, unlike their current stadium. L'Huveaune, once named "Stade Fernand Buisson" in honour of a former rugby player of the club who became deputee, was renovated at the beginning of the twenties, thanks to supporter's financial help.
It had a capacity of 15, The stadium again underwent redevelopment in time for the World Cup and was transformed into an immense ground composed of two Curva ends Virage Nord and Virage Sud — North Curve and South Curve which house the supporters groups as well as the main stand, Jean Bouin, and the imposing Ganay stand.
In its last uplift, the municipality covered the stadium and increased its capacity to 67, to host the Euro games. Before the start of each home game the song " Jump " by Van Halen is heard.
When a goal is scored by Marseille in their home matches the song " Come with Me " by Puff Daddy is played. Marseille's traditional kit colours were white shirts and shorts with blue socks until Since , Marseille have played with white shirts, white shorts and white socks, and the blue color became lighter due to Adidas marketing but in —, the club returned to its original kit, wearing blue socks.
The club's motto, "Droit au but" , dates from the days when the club's main sport was rugby, under the name "Football Club de Marseille".
The original badge featured an ornate letter "M" superimposed over an "O", with the club motto draped across the glyph. The logo persisted for three decades, until , when an art deco shield was adopted, with a simple "M" encased within the "O".
In , OM redesigned its logo, this time preferring a complex "M" letterform. In , the club re-adopted its first badge; the logo evolved slightly over the next few decades, gaining a star in to commemorate the club's UEFA Champions League trophy.
To commemorate the club's th anniversary in , a variant featuring a golden "O" and a turquoise "M" was used; a similar th anniversary logo was used during the —10 season.
The most recent form was revealed on 17 February ; the "O" and "M" are rendered as a single unit in turquoise without shading or borders, and the logo is capped by the golden star representing the victory in the Champions League and sits above.
The North Curve is home to the Marseille Trop Puissant, Fanatics, and Dodgers supporters associations who buy up the tickets at the start of each season and sell them on to their members.
The Virage Nord is next to the away enclosure, which is protected by high fences. In , the Virage Nord was officially given the name of Patrice de Peretti — , the late founder and leader of the supporters group Marseille Trop Puissant.
In , the third kit of Olympique was a tribute to MTP, with the red, yellow and green colours of Africa, symbols of this left-wing curva.
As with the Virage Nord, the South Curve is controlled by supporter's associations with the Commando Ultras and the South Winners dominating the central section and Amis de l'OM and Club Central des Supporteurs filling the remaining sections of the stand.
Marseille fans often lift banners and create choreography in support of the fellow teams. The following players received the Ballon d'Or award whilst playing for Olympique de Marseille:.
Two other former Ballon d'Or winners were hired by Olympique de Marseille: George Weah played for Marseille in —01 after winning the Ballon d'Or in and Franz Beckenbauer coached the team for 6 months in Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the women's team, see Olympique de Marseille women.
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