Red Star must recover, Fleury – Paris FC derby for girls… your football weekend in Ile-de-France

Just like last season, the Parisian invites you to tour the football program in Île-de-France. The weekend is marked by a double success in Bobigny: the derby against Créteil in National 2 on Saturday, then the reception of Lyon in U19 on Sunday and the Fleury – Paris FC derby in D1 Arkema this Friday evening.

Poster of the weekend: shock FC 93 Bobigny – Créteil

It’s a weekend derby in National 2. In Group B, FC 93 Bobigny Créteil, two ex-aqueo teams, get 3rd place. Bobigny now coached by Christophe Taine (ex-Paris FC, Fleury) has won his first two home games. Créteil has made a good start in the overall reconstruction since its relegation. But Stéphane Masala’s team, who arrived this summer from Les Herbiers, suffered their first setback last Saturday against Belfort (1-2).

Q: Will the Red Star rebound in Avranches?

On Monday evening, after the defeat in the derby against Paris 13 Atletico (0-2), Red Star coach Habib Beye refuted the term “stop” and preferred to use the term “intervention”. But this first defeat spoiled a good start to the season for Red Star, who lost their chance to be leaders and went two games without scoring a goal. Against Paris 13 Atletico, Beye even decided to put Cheikh Ndoye… up front. The Red Star will make a delicious trip to Avranches, the author of a great start to the season.

But the Normans, who would have been leaders but for the affair, lost 4 points on the green carpet for settling a suspended player during Day 1. “We are being treated as if we cheated,” fumes Avranches president Gilbert Guerin, who is disgusted by the sanction.

The Red Star, who will be deprived of Blondon Meyapya, Fodé Doucouré (injured) and Ludovic Butelle, sent off against Paris 13 and who should be replaced in goal by Pepé Bonnet (ex-Rennes), will therefore face a very revived team.

Player to watch: Germain Sanou (Paris 13 Atletico)

Burkinabé international goalkeeper Paris 13 Atletico (30 years old) has multiplied great performances in the goals of the promoted side since the beginning of the championship. On Monday during the derby at Red Star, Germain Sanou was once again decisive on several occasions to preserve the first victory in the national history for the promoted side. He should be called upon again this Friday at Le Mans against a team coached by the Brazilian Cris, who is on the rise and must not make any more mistakes after missing the start of the season (3 defeats in 5 games). Paris 13 Atletico will try to confirm their excellent performance against Red Star and stay out of the red zone.

A Fleury – Paris FC women’s derby

This is the first poster of the season in D1 Arkema for this day 2. Fleury welcomes Paris FC this Friday (18:00). Already an important game from last season, both teams were fighting for 3rd place (Paris FC won by 7 points ahead of Fleury, 4th) in Champions League qualification behind Lyon and PSG. During the first day, Paris FC and Fleury won against Rodez (2:0) and Guingamp (3:0).

Subsequent match: FC 93 Bobigny – Lyon in U19

Montfermeil is the leader of Group A after victory over PSG and FC 93 Bobigny, who won in Metz, in Group B. The 93 teams are on the rise among the national U19s. FC 93 Bobigny, promoted to the U19 national team this season after an excellent season of a decorated quarter-final in the Coupe Gambardella, entered the championship well (5th). Lyon’s arrival at the Delaune Stadium on Sunday should be a good test for Karim Mazeghran’s team.



Friday, 19:30: Avranches – Red Star, Le Mans – Paris 13 Atletico. Monday, 21:00: Concarneau – Versailles.

NATIONAL 2 (Day 5)

Group A. Saturday 6 p.m.: Racing CFF – Vannes (Yves-du-Manoir Stadium), Saint-Malo – Poissy

Group B Saturday, 6 p.m.: Sainte-Geneviève – Saint-Quentin (Sports Park), Lusitanos Saint-Maur – Besançon (Cheron Stadium), FC 93 Bobigny BG – Créteil (Delaune Stadium), Reims (b) – Fleury.

NATIONAL 3 (Day 3)

Saturday, 15:00: Les Ulis – Paris FC (b) (Jean-Marc Salinier Stadium), Entente SSG – Montrouge (Michel Hidalgo Stadium), Ivry – Le Blanc-Mesnil (Clerville Stadium), Linas-Montlhéry – Aubervilliers ( Paul Desgouillons), 18:30: Vitry – Drancy. Sunday, 15:00: Brétigny – Les Mureaux (Auguste Delauna Stadium), Le Mée – PSG (b) (Pozoblanco Sports Park).

U19 (Day 5)

Group A. Sunday, 15:00: PSG – Orléans Dunkirk (Camp des Loges), Dunkirk – Montfermeil, Lens – Drancy.

Group B. Sunday 15:00, Paris FC – Metz (Dejerine Stadium), FC 93 Bobigny BG – Lyon (Auguste Delauna Stadium), Troyes – Torcy.

D1 Arkema (Day 2)

Friday, 18:00: Fleury – Paris FC (Augusta Gentelet Stadium). Saturday, 14:30: Rodez – PSG. outside

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