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Sunday 3 May 2015

Another view of #OGCNSMC

Last Saturday May 2nd, OGC Nice took on Stade Malherbe de Caen as part of the 35th day in League 1.


As usual, two former OGC Nice members were on hand to sign autographs at the National Sports Museum prior to the match, as part of the club’s 110th anniversary celebrations. Onyekachi Apam and Olivier Fugen invited fans to the Café des Aiglons prior to performing the game’s mock kick off.


The club is committed at all times to support the needy and to help youth. Last Saturday, OGC Nice planned for a period of respect to pay tribute to victims of the earthquake in Nepal. The Gym also reasserted its civic pledge by collecting funds for the “Enfants sans douleur” operation (Children Free of Pain), which stems from the association of OGC Nice and service clubs like the Nice Lions Clubs and the Rotary Club for Alpes-Maritimes. For this particular game, an autistic child called Loan was given the opportunity to walk on the pitch and to give the kick off with the Club’s two legends.


On the pitch, while everyone had celebrated workers on May Day the day before, the Gym was expected to do its job so as to ensure it would remain among the football elite of the nation against a tough, direct opponent who was determined not to be pushed around. In fact, it was the visiting team who, logically enough, opened the score prior to the life-saving equaliser scored by the Aiglons, thus securing a breather for themselves just a few weeks before the end of the championship.


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