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MessagePosté le: Mer 26 Sep 2018 - 10:47    Sujet du message: As for finishing below Tottenha Répondre en citant

PARIS — Whatever the result of France's presidential election Jerian Grant Jersey , the choice will resonate far beyond France's borders, from Syrian battlefields to Hong Kong trading floors and the halls of the U.N. Security Council.


The future of Europe is at stake as this country chooses a president in an election unlike any other, one that may reshape France's post-war identity and indicate whether global populism is ascendant or on the decline.


As untested centrist Emmanuel Macron and nationalist Marine Le Pen head into a May 7 runoff after dominating Sunday's first-round vote, here are a few reasons why this race matters:


RISK OF A FREXIT


Le Pen hopes to pull France out of the European Union and its shared euro currency — a blow that would be far worse than Britain's exit and could spell death for the EU, the euro and the whole idea of European unity borne from the blood of World War II. France is a founding member of the EU, and its main driver along with former rival Germany.


Most of the 11 candidates in the first round campaigned against the EU, blamed for myriad economic and security woes, and Le Pen will carry their banner proudly into the runoff.


Financial markets expressed relief at Macron's lead in the first round, but they've been jittery over a possible Frexit, fearing controls on money transfers, capital flight, a plague of defaults and lawsuits on bonds and contracts. Le Pen's team downplays apocalyptic scenarios, arguing that the euro is headed for a breakup eventually anyway.


Le Pen also blames free trade pacts for killing French jobs and wants to renegotiate them, which would cause a financial tangle for the rest of the EU and France's trade partners.


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TRUMP AND POPULISM


If Le Pen wins, that would be a resounding victory for the populist wave reflected by the votes for President Donald Trump and Brexit. Many French workers who have lost out because of globalization are similarly fed up with establishment parties and especially attracted by promises of ditching the status quo.


Polls currently suggest Le Pen will have a difficult time convincing enough voters to join her in the second round. But she could pull in support from supporters of far left Jean-Luc Melenchon who share her anger at the global financial system and the global elite.


Macron called for hope in Europe in his victory speech, and mainstream conservative and Socialist parties that threw their weight behind him are committed to European unity. Macron has framed himself as a bulwark against Trump's protectionism.


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ASSAD'S SYRIA AND PUTIN'S RUSSIA


A nuclear power with a seat on the U.N. Security Council and tens of thousands of troops around the world, France is a key U.S. ally in the campaign against the Islamic State group and a major diplomatic player.


If elected, Macron would likely keep up the French operations against extremists in Iraq and Syria and Africa's Sahel region — and keep up pressure on Russia over Ukraine and its actions to bolster Syrian President Bashar Assad.


Le Pen, on the other hand, firmly backs Assad and distanced herself from Trump over recent U.S. airstrikes targeting Assad's regime.


Le Pen also met recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin and would push for lifting sanctions against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine.


ARSENAL goalkeeper Petr Cech made no attempt to hide how “angry and disappointed” he felt after a 0-2 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday dealt a huge blow to the Gunners’ bid to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.


Goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane saw Spurs, second in the English Premier League, move a huge 17 points clear of Arsenal and ensure they would finish above their local rivals in the table for the first time since 1995.


Tottenham is still very much in the title race, with Mauricio Pochettino’s side just four points behind leader Chelsea, with both the top two having four league games left this season.


By contrast, Arsenal is sixth and six points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City, which occupies the last UCL place on offer to English clubs, although the Gunners do have a game in hand.


Arsenal next match is at home to Manchester United, which is fifth and is five points ahead of Arsene Wenger’s side, this weekend. “I feel angry and disappointed because obviously this is not a game we wanted to lose and this is a very big disappointment for us,” Cech told Arsenal’s website.


“It hurts because it was a huge game for both teams. They needed to win to keep their title chances alive. We needed to win to keep our Champions League finishing position (hopes) alive.


“Obviously we are very disappointed because it’s a north London derby, it means a lot to the fans and it meant a lot to the club, to us. We needed three points and in the end we have none.”


As for finishing below Tottenham, Cech said that was the least of Arsenal’s concerns. “Our target is to play for titles, so we are disappointed with our season because we aren’t playing for a (league) title,” he explained.


“We have five games to play and we are out of the title race. It was not the objective (to finish below Tottenham), so we are disappointed with that,” the former Chelsea star from the Czech Republic added.


“But Tottenham finishing above us or doing better is one thing, but I think the most important thing for the club, for the players, for everybody is to reach your own targets, not to worry about what the others are doing.”


Sunday’s match was the last derby ever to be staged at White Hart Lane after Tottenham confirmed earlier last week it would play all its home games at Wembley next season while a new stadium, close to its home for more than a hundred years, was being built.


“It was a very good game from everyone, from start to finish,” said Tottenham def
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