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100 dates that defined the decade (10)

100 dates that defined the decade (10)
Relive the "2010s" of AS Monaco through 100 dates that have defined our club over the last ten years. Part 10.
January 11, 2019 – World Champion in 2010 with Spain, and also winner of Euro 2008 and Euro 2012, having played for Arsenal, FC Barcelona and Chelsea, Cesc Fàbregas signs for AS Monaco.
January 17, 2019 – On the occasion of the presentation of the wishes for the new year, President Rybolovlev unveils the construction site for the new Performance Center at La Turbie, as well as the Loges des Légendes at the Stade Louis-II and La Diagonale, a building dedicated to the Academy. With these major projects, AS Monaco enter a new era in its nearly hundred year history.
January 25, 2019 – Leonardo Jardim returns to replace Thierry Henry, with the team threatened with relegation to Ligue 2. The 2017 French champion, the coach will now carry out a   mission to stay in the top flight.
January 27,  2019 – Gelson Martins is signed on loan to AS Monaco from Atlético Madrid. The Portuguese winger will move permanently to the Rock during the summer transfer window.
February 22, 2019 – Oleg Petrov replaces Vadim Vasilyev as Executive Vice President of AS Monaco.
May 18, 2019 – A 2-0 win against Amiens, with goals from Radamel Falcao and Aleksandr Golovin, ensures that AS Monaco stay  in Ligue 1.
August 11, 2019 – Wissam Ben Yedder is recruited from Sevilla FC where he shone for three seasons. The former Toulouse man will impress upon his return to Ligue 1, scoring thirteen goals during the first half of the season.
August 31, 2019 – Transferred to Chelsea in 2017, and loaned by the English club to AC Milan during the 2018-2019 season, Tiemoué Bakayoko returns to AS Monaco, on loan for the 2019-2020 season from the English club.
September 2, 2019 – A major symbol of the return of AS Monaco to Ligue 1, heroic captain of the title-winning side and of the European epic in 2017, leader of a survival campaign carried out in 2019, Radamel Falcao joins Galatasaray after having made history  with AS Monaco.
December 28, 2019 –The Spanish coach, Robert Moreno, replaces Leonardo Jardim as first team manager.
Rise. Risk. Repeat.

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