Paris (AFP) Daniel Leclercq, known as the “Druid”, who led Lens to their only French league title in 1998, has died at the age of 70, his former club announced on Friday. The Voix du Nord newspaper reported he suffered a pulmonary embolism and the French side’s former president Gervais Martel said Leclercq died in Martinique where he lived.
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🔴🤩 RC LENS LONDON U16S V. RC LENS LONDON U15S 🔴🤩 An organised, clinical performance by the U16s saw them come out 3 – 0 winners against their younger counter-parts earlier this afternoon, in what was an exciting, competitive game at Club Des Sports 🏆⚽️ The U16s started very strongly, scoring two goals early to put them in a dominant position. The U15s continued to push for the comeback, playing some slick, intelligent football but couldn’t find the breakthrough against what was incredibly focused, hard-working U16s team performance 👏🏼🔥 Overall, a proud day for the club, with both teams demonstrating the confidence, passion and respect we pride ourselves on #OneClubOneUnity 🙌🏼 Many thanks to everyone who attended to support the teams (and to those who supported on our live stream !) 🙏🏼 #Football #Soccer #RCLens #London #YouthPremierLeague #Elites #Goals #Team #Club #Sport #CestUneFamille
We are incredibly proud to announce the beginning of our RC Lens London U16 and U18 Elite teams, who will be competing in the London Youth Premier League this season. RC Lens London will test themselves against Academy teams from Crystal Palace, Cambridge and Barnet amongst others in the Elite League linking grassroots and professional academy teams #cestunefamille #rclens #rclenslondon #icicestduet