2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
3-6-12, 19th in French Ligue 1
Henry: Monaco owners will decide my future (0:34)
Henry left frustrated at VAR decision in heavy defeat (0:50)
Henry and Vieira embrace before 1st matchup (0:28)
Extra Time: Fabregas' legacy; is Pochettino overrated? (11:15)
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12dLiam Twomey

Monaco sign midfielder Fabregas from Chelsea

Fabregas, who had six months left on his contract at Stamford Bridge, bade a tearful farewell to supporters after FA Cup tie.

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20dLiam Twomey

Fabregas set for Chelsea farewell - sources

Chelsea expect Saturday's FA Cup third round tie against Nottingham Forest to be Cesc Fabregas' final appearance for the club.

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43dReuters

Dortmund take group with win over Monaco

Borussia Dortmund deepened AS Monaco's misery with a 2-0 win that ensured they finished top of Champions League Group A ahead of Atletico Madrid.

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48dAssociated Press

First Henry-Vieira clash as coaches postponed

The Ligue 1 touchline clash between former Arsenal heroes Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira has been postponed due to anti-government protests.

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56dDermot Corrigan

Henry: Simeone is 'reference for all coaches'

Thierry Henry said the way his struggling Monaco team, with four teenagers in the lineup, had played in the second half was cause for optimism.

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58dIan Holyman

Henry given Monaco backing after first win

Radamel Falcao's goal gave last season's runners-up the victory over Caen, but they remain in the relegation zone and two points from safety.

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60dESPN

Falcao hands Henry first win with Monaco

It was a long time coming but Monaco are finally up and running under Thierry Henry, courtesy of Radamel Falcao's winner at Caen.

Leboeuf: Henry, Monaco don't know how to fight relegation (1:53)
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70dIan Holyman

Monaco deny owner profited from Mbappe sale

Kylian Mbappe joined PSG on loan in summer 2017 with an automatic purchase option to be activated 12 months later at a cost of an estimated €180m.

RankingsFrench Ligue 1

Goal Difference-1718th
Goals Scored1915th
Assists11Tied-17th
Goals Conceded36Tied-18th