Tribute to Senegalese football legend Papa Bouba Diop

Audio 48:30

Papa Bouba Diop, who died this Sunday, November 29, scored the first goal in Senegal's history at the World Cup in 2002, against the France team.


By: Annie Gasnier Follow

50 min

The first Radio Foot of the week: Tribute to Senegalese football legend Papa Bouba Diop, who died yesterday (November 29, 2020).

Reactions and feedback on his career, between Switzerland, France and England, Omar Daf is live by phone.


Al Ahly won his 9th Champions League victory on Friday (November 27), a record!

Back to the fore for the benchmark club in Africa, carried by its trainer Pitso Mosimane.

We will also talk about Zamalek and the suspension of its president, Mortada Mansour

In Ligue 1, is Paris threatened?

Lille, Lyon and Monaco are in ambush!

Edinson Cavani finally launched with Manchester United?

The Uruguayan striker scored twice yesterday (November 29) against Southampton, three days from the shock against PSG in the Champions League.

See you at 4:10 pm UT!

Around Annie Gasnier: Habib Beye, Bruno Constant and Hervé Penot.

Director: Laurent Salerno.

Preparation: Marie-Amélie Motte.


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