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2015 University of London Master of Laws Programme (September/October) Examinations is
Friday 21st August, 2015.
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MARSEILLE---Marseille has condemned Marcelo
Bielsa s sudden decision to resign as coach of
the French club, accusing the Argentine yester-
day of putting his personal interests first.
Bielsa quit over a contract dispute minutes
after his players lost to Caen 1-0 in their opening
French league match on Saturday.
The former Argentina national coach was out
of contract but had struck an agreement with
club president Vincent Labrune to extend his
tenure. Bielsa said he changed his mind because
Marseille officials allegedly amended the terms
of the new deal at the last minute.
Marseille s board of directors hit back yesterday,
saying that the club "can t submit itself to a
single man s rule."
"In no instance can Marseille be held prisoner
of the demands of someone who puts his own
interests well above those of the institution."
Marseille said in a statement.
Bielsa, who said goodbye to his players
at Marseille s training centre yesterday
morning, has been linked with a move
to Mexico as a possible replacement for
fired national coach Miguel Herrera but
he insists he did not quit with another
job lined up.
Bielsa took over in 2014 and was widely
credited for Marseille s return to form
last season with his brand of attacking
Marseille was in contention for the
league title before a run of four straight
defeats in April ended those hopes.
The nine-time champions ultimately
finished fourth, and allowed Andre-Pierre
Gignac, Andre Ayew, Dimitri Payet, and
Jeremy Morel to leave. The departures
angered the fans, but Marseille compen-
sated their loss with the signing of tal-
ented young players, and the arrival of
veterans Lassana Diarra and Abou Diaby.
Bielsa, who criticized club president
Vincent Labrune for keeping him away
from the recruitment process when he
took his job, said this week he was "sat-
isfied with the squad."
Labrune was stunned by Bielsa s res-
"I m struggling to understand how
Wednesday s meeting on technical details
of the deal (for Bielsa) ... created this
hasty departure," Labrune said.
Bielsa s assistant coach, Franck Passi,
is interim coach.
In 2004 Bielsa led Argentina to the
Olympic title and runner-up in the Copa
America. He also helped Chile qualify
for the 2010 World Cup.
At club level, Bielsa guided Athletic
Bilbao to the 2012 Europa League final.
Marseille hits back at Bielsa after resignation
PARIS---Reims scored two goals in the final
10 minutes to upset Bordeaux 2-1 yesterday
in the French league while Saint-Etienne lost
at Toulouse by the same scoreline.
After Whabi Khazri put the hosts ahead in
the 42nd minute, Bordeaux could not hold on
to its lead as Nicolas De Preville leveled with
10 minutes left.
Bordeaux then paid the price for its poor
defending when Theoson Jordan Siebatcheu
scored the winner from close range in the 88th
after some confusion in the box, sealing Reims
first win at Bordeaux in 40 years.
Saint-Etienne also wasted a one-goal lead
after captain Loic Perrin headed home the
opener at Toulouse.
But Saint-Etienne was punished from set
pieces as direct free kicks from Martin Braith-
waite and Wissam Ben Yedder grabbed the
points for the home team.
Tempers frayed near the end following Alek-
sandar Pesic s rough tackle from behind on
Saint-Etienne coach Christophe Galtier
rushed toward the pitch and gestured close to
the striker s face.
Both coaches and Pesic were sent off in the
argument that followed.
"I was worried about Loic, but I m not
allowed to behave like that," Galtier said. "The
referee was right to send me off."
Last season s runner-up Lyon opens its cam-
paign later Sunday against Lorient.
Reims stun Bordeaux
in French opener
AMSTERDAM---Summer signing Nemanja
Gudelj scored on his Eredivisie debut for Ajax
in a 3-0 win yesterday at his former club AZ
Alkmaar in the first round of the Dutch top flight
curtailed by a police strike.
The strike meant that five matches had to be
pushed back to Tuesday or Wednesday, including
defending champion PSV Eindhoven s season
opener at ADO The Hague.
Ajax s match in Alkmaar went ahead despite
the absence of police.
Winger Anwar El Ghazi scored his team s other
two goals before limping off injured as Ajax dom-
In the day s only other match, Willem II drew
with Vitesse Arnhem 1-1 in Tilburg.
On Saturday, Dirk Kuyt scored a penalty on his
return to Feyenoord in a 3-2 victory over Utrecht.
Ajax opens season
in dominant mood
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