Ligue 1 gets a bit of stick for being somewhat boring, with the country's top teams rarely being threatened by others in the league.
However, there is evidently a bit of bad blood between the two presidents of Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon, with Lyon chief Jean-Michel Aulas recently retweeting a video of a kangaroo pleasuring itself with the caption: "Nasser (PSG President) & FFP."
While Aulas has since removed the video from his Twitter page, L'Equipe show the 68-year-old to have posted the clip to his 413,000 followers.
Aulas clearly is not a big fan of the way PSG and Nasser Al-Khelaifi have gone about their transfer business in recent years, with the club favouring a policy of splashing out big for some of the best players in the world.
Huge fees have been spent on the likes of Angel Di Maria, Edinson Cavani and Julian Draxler, but the recent £198m acquisition of former Barcelona attacker Neymar has taken their spending to a whole new level.
PSG are also reported to have agreed a deal to bring Monaco star Kylian Mbappe to the Parc des Princes, meaning teams like Lyon may have to wait a little longer in hope for another Ligue 1 title.
With Monaco selling their best players, PSG could be set for a period of dominance in French football, but Aulas is clearly taking the impending one-sided nature of Ligue 1 with a dose of humour.