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Who do you want to win? In this match you stick with Olympique Lyon RC Lens. Jean-Louis Leca J. Didier Desprez D.
Facundo Medina F. Jonathan Gradit J. Steven Fortes S. Aleksandar Radovanovic A. Zakaria Diallo Z. Issiaga Sylla I. Massadio Haidara M.
Jonathan Clauss J. Yannick Cahuzac Y. Seko Fofana S. Tony Mauricio T. Adam Oudjani A. David Costa D. Ignatius Ganago I. Arnaud Kalimuendo A.
Corentin Jean C. Florian Sotoca F. Simon Banza S. Seko Fofana Central Midfield. Ignatius Ganago Centre-Forward. Facundo Medina Centre-Back.
All arrivals. Jules Keita Left Winger. Manuel Perez Defensive Midfield. Cyrille Bayala Right Winger. Arial Mendy Left-Back.
All departures. Between and , the players were forced to change home grounds twice before settling at the Parc des Glissoires, situated between Avion and Lens.
During World War I , in common with all French sports clubs, the team's activities were stopped and did not restart until By this time, Lens had changed their playing colours to sky blue.
It was in that the red and gold colours first appeared. Some people also say that the colours were derived as a reference to the local coal mines: the red for the blood of the miners and the gold for the coal which was valuable at the time.
The first match for the club in their new colours was played for the inauguration of the stadium. In , British footballer Kid Fenton was the first star who played for Lens.
He stayed for eight seasons and became a strong favourite with the club's supporters. This was also the year the first supporters group was formed, and also saw the first occasion that Lens captured the Championnat d'Artois.
In , Lens gained access to the first division after finishing first in the second division , led by such players as Stefan Dembicki and Spechtl.
Lens even managed to reach the last 16 of the Coupe de France , although the team was eventually eliminated by the Red Star , 3—2.
In , Lens won the first division of the Northern Zone thanks to Dembicki, who scored 43 goals in 30 games. A year earlier, in a Coupe de France match, he had scored 17 goals, which still remains to this day the world record for goals scored by one player in a single competitive match.
Immediately following World War II , Lens finished in sixth place in the —46 season, but they were relegated the following year. In , the club played its first Coupe de France final, which they lost 3—2 against Lille.
A year later, Lens was promoted to the first division, and Maryan Wisnieski was recruited, in Problems with the board, however, made him quit the club; he joined Italian club UC Sampdoria Genoa , though without much success.
In , the city of Lens' mines were shut down and the future of the club was at stake, given that most of the players were miners by profession. Between and , survival was hard.
Nevertheless, in , Lens finished third, with Ahmed Oudjani the top scorer with 30 goals. Another famous player, Georges Lech , joined Lens, although the club was relegated in The following year, the mine's administrators rescinded their ownership of Lens, which signalled the end of professional football at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis.
Lens was now once again an amateur club, one year after its relegation, and the long term future looked very bleak.
However, better days arrived in after the town council took interest in Racing Club de Lens. With the future president, Jean Bondoux , the mayor brought together volunteers and subscriptions to help the club survive.
Moreover, the city recovered ownership of the stadium from the closing mine industry. The following twenty years saw a slow but steady improvement in the club's fortunes.
In , Lens reached the semi-finals of the Coupe de France, and the arrival of two Polish players helped the club win promotion to the first division.
As finalist of the Coupe de France, Lens had the opportunity to participate in its first UEFA Cup Winners' Cup , but the team was knocked out quickly by the Dutch club ADO Den Haag.
Lens' steady progress continued, and after finishing second in the league behind Nantes , they managed to qualify to the UEFA Cup.
They knocked out Swedish club Malmö FF , and more impressively, the strong Italian club Lazio. After an away defeat 2—0 , they won 6—0 at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis after extra-time.
Unfortunately, after this rare international exploit for a French club, they were then eliminated by East German side 1. FC Magdeburg.
Worse still, the club went back to the second division in The step backwards was very brief and immediate promotion back to the French elite level was achieved in with Roger Lemerre as head coach.
During the same year, Arnaud Dos Santos was named head coach of the club, and led the club back to the first division in In and , Lens' strongest team to that date were highly competitive at the top of the league, and the team qualified for the UEFA Cup twice in a row.
Lens also reached the semi-final of the Coupe de France after knocking out Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes , although the team lost to Montpellier.
In , es Sang et Or wrote the best page of their history under Daniel Leclercq "the Druid" : French champions, Coupe de la Ligue semi-finalists and finalists of the Coupe de France against PSG, a 2—1 defeat.
Like a symbol, it is a player who started his career in Lens, Yohan Lachor , who scored the goal in Auxerre giving Lens the title in front of Metz.
Under the "Druid", Lens won its second major title in with the Coupe de la Ligue against Metz, with a goal from Daniel Moreira. During the next season, Leclercq was fired, but Lens nonetheless did well to reach the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup.
Lens finished second that season and qualified for its second Champions League campaign. The club, however, finished in eighth for the next two years.
Muller was replaced during his fourth season by Francis Gillot , who managed to qualify Lens for the UEFA Intertoto Cup , which Lens won, ensuring qualification for the UEFA Cup.
National 2 US Lusitanos Saint-Maur Olympique Saint-Quentin Entente SSG SC Schiltigheim CS Sedan Ardennes FC Versailles.
Ligue 1. Joseph Oughourlian. Franck Haise. Ahmed Oudjani Championnat de France 1 Coupe de la Ligue 1. Coupe de France. Coupe de la Ligue. Ligue des Champions.
Coupe d'Europe des vainqueurs de coupe. Compagnie des mines de Lens. Ville de Lens. Gervais Martel. Hafiz Mammadov. Jules J. Van den Weghe.
Jack Harris. Robert De Veen. John Galbraith. Joszef Eisenhoffer. Richard Buisson. Georges Beaucourt. Anton Marek. Nicolas Hibst. Louis Dupal. Karel Michlowski.
Jules Bigot. Arnold Sowinski. Roger Lemerre. Joachim Marx. Jean Parisseaux. Philippe Redon. Marcel Husson. Arnaud Dos Santos.
Patrice Bergues. Slavo Muslin. Daniel Leclercq. Rolland Courbis. Georges Tournay. Francis Gillot. Guy Roux. Jean-Pierre Papin. Jean-Guy Wallemme.
Jean-Louis Garcia. Alain Casanova. Philippe Montanier. Slavo Muslin [ 48 ]. Champion de Division 1 Vainqueur de la Coupe de la Ligue Finaliste de la Coupe de France.
Demi-finaliste de la Coupe UEFA. Vice-Champion de Ligue 1. Finaliste de la Coupe de la Ligue. Champion de Ligue 2. Vice-Champion de Ligue 2. Maryan Wisnieski.
Ahmed Oudjani. Georges Lech. Stefan Dembicki.