RC Lens

Racing Club de Lens, is a French football club based in the northern city of Lens in the Pas-de-Calais department. Its nickname, comes from its traditional colours of red and gold, their primary rivals are their northern neighbours Lille, with. The club's origins date back to 1906 in Lens and lie with students playing football on the Place Verte; the name "Racing Club de Lens" was a reference to Racing Club de Roubaix and Racing Club de France, both popular at the time. The club's first board of directors was formed by the parents of those students under the name of Racing Club de Lens in 1906; the club played in green and black to represent the founding location. They wore green to represent the name, "Verte", which means green in French, black to represent the omnipresence of coal mines in the surrounding area. Between 1907 and 1912, the players were forced to change sports grounds twice before settling at the actual Parc des Glissoires, between Avion and Lens. During World War I, the club's activities were stopped, only restarting in 1919.

Lens was playing in sky blue. It was in 1924 that the gold colours appeared; the legend says that Pierre Moglia, president of the club from 1923 to 1930, chose the colours of the Spanish flag after someone from the club remarked that the Saint-Léger church ruins they walked by that night were the last remains of the Spanish domination in 1648. People say that the colours come from the coal mines: the red for the blood of the miners and the gold for the coal, valuable at the time, it was in 1924 that the club was authorised to play at the newly built municipal stadium Raoul Briquet. The first match with the new colours was played for the inauguration of the stadium. In 1926, British footballer Kid Fenton was the first star who played for Lens, staying for eight seasons, it was the year the first supporters group was formed, – – Lens first capture of the Championnat d'Artois. In 1929, Lens won the North championship and won promotion for the first time to the Division d'Honneur of the Ligue du Nord with the clubs Olympique Lillois, RC Roubaix, Excelsior Athlétic Club de Roubaix and AC Amiens.

In the Artois League, the club gained prestige, in 1932, the club inaugurated the Stade Félix Bollaert. In 1937, Lens gained access to the first division after finishing first in the second division, led by such players as Stefan Dembicki and Spechtl. Lens managed to reach the last 16 of the Coupe de France, although the team was eliminated by the Red Star, 3–2. In 1943, 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 scored 17 goals, still the world record today. After World War II, Lens finished in sixth place in the 1945–46 season, but they were relegated the following year. In 1948, the club played its first Coupe de France final. A year Lens was promoted to the first division, Maryan Wisnieski was recruited, in 1953. Problems with the board, made him quit the club. In 1962, the city of Lens' mines were shut down and the club was at stake given that most of the players were miners. Between 1956 and 1968, survival was hard.

In 1964, 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 1968; the following year, the mine's administrators rescinded their ownership of Lens, it was the end of professional football at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis. Lens was once again one year after its relegation. Better days arrived in 1960 after the town council bet on the Racing Club de Lens. Lens' mayor, André Delelis, wanted to see the club continue thrilling the fans. With the future president, Jean Bondoux, the mayor brought together volunteers and subscriptions to make the club survive. Moreover, the city recovered the stadium from the closing mine industry. In 1972, Lens reached the semi-finals of the Coupe de France, the arrival of two Polish players helped the club to the first division. In 1975, Lens once again reached the final of the Coupe de France against Saint-Étienne, but les Verts won the game 2–0, with an anthology goal by Jean-Michel Larqué.

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 by the Dutch club ADO Den Haag. Lens' progress continued, after finishing second in the league behind Nantes, they managed to qualify to the UEFA Cup, they knocked out Malmö FF, above all, the Lazio. After an away defeat, they won 6–0 at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis after extra-time. After this rare exploit for a French club, they were eliminated by East German side 1. FC Magdeburg. Worse, the club went back to the second division in 1978; the return among the elite was in 1979 with Roger Lemerre as head coach. During the 1980s, Gérard Houllier and Joachim Marx succeeded him; these were great gains to the team though the club lost players such as Didier Sénac, Gaëtan Huard and Philippe Vercruysse. In 1988, a local businessman took over the club, with the help of Serge Doré. During the same year, Arnaud Dos Santos was named head coach of the club, led the club back to the first division in 1991.

In 1993 and 1994, Lens played in the top of the league, the team qualified for the UEFA Cup twice in a row. Lens reached the semi-final of the Coupe de France after knocking out Paris

Hélène et les Garçons

Hélène et les Garçons was a French sitcom that aired from 1992 to 1994. It is a spin-off from the series First Kisses, follows Hélène Girard and her friends in their life as students, it was created in 1992 by Jean-Luc Azoulay. Hélène, the main character, is performed by the actress Hélène Rollès, a famous singer in France. Hélène shares her college room with Johanna. One day, the three friends meet three young men, who share a college room and play in a rock band together. Hélène and her friends will know love and heartaches and drinks. In the first episode three young girl students meet three boy musicians; the series deals with love, betrayal, joy. Over the episodes, the actors and their roles grow. In 1994, the series The Miracle of Love takes over; the merry band rents a large house together. The departure of the central actors Helene Rolles and Patrick Puydebat caused a loss of audience. A replacement was proposed for Helen And the Boys. So Les vacances de l'amour began in 1996 and lasted until 2004, with 160 episodes aired..

The format of the series goes to 52 minutes and left the studios of the plain of St. Denis and cardboard sets. Natural rich in the fictitious island of "Love Island" in the Caribbean; the band goes on vacation for three weeks and will find Nicolas, exiled there. They will all move there. Helen will be returning, but detective stories and endless surprises. In 2010, Helen and her boys were back in the new series Mysteries of Love. Despite negative reviews from critics, it had great success in the 90s in both France and Scandinavia. Hélène Rollès fan page Hélène et les garçons on IMDb


Iasmos is a town and a municipality in the Rhodope regional unit of Thrace, Greece. It is built on the side of the Rhodope Mountains. Although references about the village date back to the 16th Century, it is that those references are about the old location of the village, a few kilometres west of the current position; the actual date that the inhabitants settled in the current place is between the late 18th century and 1814. The municipality Iasmos was formed at the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the following 3 former municipalities, that became municipal units: Amaxades Iasmos SostisThe municipality has an area of 485.285 km2, the municipal unit 221.795 km2. Kostas Lazaridis, trade unionist George Chouliarakis, Greek politician and former Minister of Finance