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Keeping the Girondins de Bordeaux in Ligue 2: supporters relieved by the decision


After more than a month of struggle, the Girondins de Bordeaux are finally set on their fate. They will play well in Ligue 2 next season. It is the executive committee of the French Football Federation which announced the good news on Wednesday. A relief for the supporters and the mayor of the city, Pierre Hurmic.


In the mild summer of the streets of Bordeaux, the decision of the Comex (executive committee of the French Football Federation) to keep the club in Ligue 2 is not a thunderclap either. Since the favorable opinion of the CNOSF on Monday, football fans, like Hugo, already had a lot of hope: “Just for French football and for the city of Bordeaux, I am happy”, he exclaims.

Pierre Hurmic will be at the game on Saturday

“So much the better”, this is what the majority of Girondin supporters told Europe 1 on Wednesday. Starting with Pierre Hurmic: “A joy and a relief. This result, we owe it of course to the determination of the leaders of the club, but also to an important general mobilization which was moreover illustrated by the great demonstration of July 9 and were more than 2,000”, reacted the ecological mayor of the city.

Pierre Hurmic has also planned to attend the first match of the season this Saturday against Valenciennes.

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“They deserved to go to the National”

But there are also exceptions. Some, like Γ‰ric, find this draft at the last minute curious. “I think it’s unfair. Afterwards, I don’t know what they did to make up for it. They deserved to go to the National. I love football, but I’m disgusted by everything that’s going on. pass. It’s a world of money for me”, warns this supporter, visibly disappointed by the decision of the Federation.

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