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2005–06 Ligue 2

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2005–06 Ligue 2

The Ligue 2 season 2005/2006, organised by the LFP was won by Valenciennes FC and saw the promotions of Valenciennes FC, CS Sedan Ardennes and FC Lorient, whereas AC Ajaccio, RC Strasbourg and FC Metz were relegated from Ligue 1.

20 participating teams

Final table

# Club Played V D L gf/ga +/- Points
1 Valenciennes 38 21 11 6 51:28 +23 74
2 Sedan 38 19 14 5 50:32 +18 71
3 Lorient 38 18 12 8 49:26 +23 66
4 Caen 38 18 12 8 56:35 +21 66
5 Dijon 38 16 12 10 47:32 +15 60
6 Bastia 38 16 10 12 47:40 +7 58
7 Le Havre 38 13 16 9 48:41 +7 55
8 Créteil 38 13 15 10 46:33 +13 54
9 Guingamp 38 12 14 12 36:32 +4 50
10 Grenoble 38 12 12 14 42:45 -3 48
11 FC Gueugnon 38 11 15 12 29:37 -8 48
12 Montpellier 38 12 11 15 34:43 -9 47
13 Istres 38 12 11 15 33:45 -12 47
14 Reims 38 10 15 13 32:31 +1 45
15 Châteauroux 38 10 14 14 48:48 0 44
16 Amiens 38 9 16 13 32:44 -12 43
17 Brest 38 9 15 14 34:48 -14 42
18 Clermont 38 10 8 20 35:59 -24 38
19 Laval 38 9 8 21 38:59 -21 35
20 Sète 38 4 11 23 31:60 -29 23
# rank ; V victories ; D draws ; D defeats ; gf goals for ; ga goals against ; +/- goals average

Recap

Valenciennes is promoted for the second year in a row, as champion in both years, which was the first time in France.

Top goalscorers

# Player Club Goals
1 Jean-Michel Lesage Le Havre 16
- Steve Savidan Valenciennes 16
3 David Papys M'Bodji Créteil 15
4 Kandia Traoré Le Havre 14
5 Frédéric Fouret Clermont 13
- Guilherme Mauricio Laval 13
7 Pierre-Yves André Bastia 12
- Nassim Akrour Grenoble 12
- Mansour Boutabout Sedan 12
10 Stéphane Samson Caen 11
11 Christophe Meslin Bastia 10
- Kemal Bourhani Lorient 10

External links

  • RSSSF archives of results
  • Official attendance on LFP site
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