sabato 26 aprile 2014

Panini Foot 2013/2014 (France)

Panini published another great and rich album for the 2013-14 season of the French Ligue 1 and Ligue 2. The style of the stickers is similar to the album Panini Calciatori 2012-13 (Italian League). Also the cover is similar, with a player for each team placed on a map of France in correspondace of the location of his team. 
Ligue 1 teams are displayed over four pages and include 24 stickers: the club badge (shining sticker), the squad (double sticker), the coach, and 19 players (normal stickers). The star player of the team has a double shining sticker (one in action and one portrait).
Ligue 2 teams have only two stickers each, like the previous season: the shining club badge and the squad.
There are no other sections or special stickers in this edition, but there is the usual album update ("Set Transferts") with the new players that were acquired during the winter market.

The eccentric Djibril Cissé is back to Ligue 1 and he is included in the Transfer Set.


Monaco is back to Ligue 1 and did a great season (second place). Here we find the big purchase of the summer, Falcao (double shining stickers) and other big names (James Rodriguez, Moutinho, Rivière, Carvalho, Kondogbia).

First sticker for the rookie Neal Maupay
He debuted last season and scored already 5 goals in Ligue 1

Paris Saint-Germain includes the big stars (Cavani, Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Lavezzi, etc...) and also two very young prospects, Rabiot and Ongenda, both from 1995. Cabaye is the new signing of the winter market and he is included in the update.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is again the best scorer and best player of the season


 All the shining badges of the 20 clubs of Ligue 2

The "Set Transferts" with the updates is available since mid March. In this set we find 30 players and 3 new coaches. There are also mini stickers ("joueur transféré" and "nouveau coach") to place next to the players/coaches transfered away. In order to know which players moved during the winter market, you can check this table:

The 33 update stickers are:
Bracconi (coach, Ajaccio), Yatabaré and Cissé (Bastia), Hoarau (Bordeaux), Abdallah and De Melo (Evian), Dembélé (Guingamp), Anigo (coach) and Dja Djedje (Olympique Marseille), Abdennour, Elderson and Berbatov (Monaco), Courbis (coach), Saint-Ruf and Niang (Montpellier), Gomis, Oudrhiri and Shechter (Nantes), Cabaye (PSG), Grosicki, Ntep and Toivonen (Rennes), Trémolinas and Guilavogui (Saint-Etienne), Marange, Sunzu, Sinkala and Jordan Ayew (Sochaux), Boucher, Veskovac and Furman (Toulouse), Medjani and Varis (Valenciennes)

a sealed packet of Panini Foot 2013-14

a box of 100 packets

Album details
Full Name: Foot 2013-14 - La collection officielle de stickers
Publisher: Panini
League: Ligue 1 and Ligue 2
Number of teams: 20 of Ligue 1 
                              20 of Ligue 2
Stickers per teams: 24 + updates for Ligue 1 
                                 2 for Ligue 2 
Special sections/stickers: No
Updates: 33 stickers ("Set Transferts")

Total number of stickers: 555 = 520 (base set) + 33 (updates)

Young prospect (1993 or younger) included:
Adama Ba (1993, Bastia), Biyogo Pogo (1993, Bordeaux), Diego Rolan (1993, Bordeaux), Youssouf Sabaly (1993, Evian), Soualiho Meité (1994, Lille), Divock Origi (1995, Lille), Raphael Guerreiro (Lorient), Samuel Umtiti (1993, Lyon), Yassine Benzia (1994, Lyon), Benjamin Mendy (1994, Olympique Marseille), Mario Lemina (1993, Olympique Marseille), Florian Thauvin (1993, Olympique Marseille), Fabinho (1993, Monaco), Yannick Ferreira Carrasco (1993, Monaco), Geoffrey Kondogbia (1993, Monaco), Lucas Ocampos (1994, Monaco), Mbaye Niang (1994, Montpellier), Jordan Veretout (1993, Nantes), Alexy Bosetti (1993, Nice), Neal Maupay (1996, Nice), Lucas Digne (1993, PSG), Marquinhos (1994, PSG), Ongenda (1995, PSG), Adrien Rabiot (1995, PSG), Steven Moreira (1994, Rennes), Adrien Hunou (1994, Rennes), Wesley Said (1995, Rennes), Kurt Zouma (1994, Saint-Etienne), Jérome Roussillon  (1993, Sochaux), Uros Spajic (1993, Toulouse), Issiaga Sylla (1994, Toulouse), Jean-Christophe Bahebeck (1993, Valenciennes), Opa Nguette (1994, Valenciennes)

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