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1998–99 SC Bastia season

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Chairman  François Nicolaï
Division 1  13th
Coupe de la Ligue  End of 32
Stadium  Stade Armand Cesari
Coupe de France  End of 64
Manager  Henryk Kasperczak Laurent Fournier José Pasqualetti

French football club SC Bastia's 1998–99 season. Finished 13th place in league. Top scorer of the season, including 14 goals in 12 league matches have been Frédéric Née. Was eliminated to Coupe de France end of 64, the Coupe de la Ligue was able to be among the final 32 teams and the Intertoto Cup was able to be among the semi finals.

Contents

In

Summer
  • Franck Matingou and Stéphane Odet from Martigues
  • José Clayton from Etoile du Sahel
  • David Mazzoncini from Cannes
  • Frédéric Née from Caen
  • Nebojša Krupniković from Gamba Osaka
  • Andrés Grande from Argentinos Juniors
  • Mariusz Piekarski from Mogi Mirim
  • Patrick Valery from Blackburn Rovers
  • Paulo Alves from Sporting Lizbon
  • Winter
  • Sébastien Perez from Blackburn Rovers
  • Out

    Summer
  • Ardian Kozniku and Hervé Sekli to Dinamo Zagreb
  • Mamadou Faye to Gazélec Ajaccio
  • Cyril Rool to Lens
  • Wilfrid Gohel to Cannes
  • Fabien Piveteau to retired
  • Pascal Garrido to Triestina
  • Lubomir Moravcik to Duisburg
  • Nenad Jestrovic to Metz
  • Sébastien Perez to Blackburn Rovers
  • Ousmane Soumah to Lorient
  • Winter
  • Piotr Swierczewski to Gamba Osaka
  • Laurent Fournier to retired
  • Squad

    As of 15 July 2012

    Results summary

    Source: LFP

    Results by round

    Last updated: 15 July 2012.
    Source: LFP
    Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

    Top scorers

    As of 15 July 2012

    League assists

    As of 15 July 2012

    References

    1998–99 SC Bastia season Wikipedia


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