After two victories in a row (in National and in the Coupe de France), Créteil continues with a perilous trip to Boulogne-sur-Mer, 13th but beaten only once this season. For the Red Star, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing him to stay warm (and in isolation) this weekend.
Pancrate returns to Créteil
The Cristolian group has a new striker and he will be present this Friday evening in Boulogne-Sur-Mer. Ludovic Pancrate (33), who started his career in Ligue 2 at Duvauchelle (2006/2007 season), has resigned in a club with which he participated in the ascent to the National in 2020.
Integrated from this first trip, Pancrate completes an offensive sector at half mast (7 goals in 10 days) since the start of a brilliant season. Créteil is in fact 3rd at the start of this 11th day and remains on a fine feat (2-0) against SC Bastia then a narrow qualification (0-1) in the Cup in Suresnes (R2). “We will end up being effective whether it is at home or away,” said coach Carlos Secretario. We move to Boulogne with high morale. It’s a very solid, experienced team. Last year, she also started the see-saw championship before picking up her pace to finish the season well. I think that without the interruption of the championship, she would certainly have climbed or at least played the play-offs. “
9 positive players at Red Star, Mée and Sète still awarded
On the sidelines of the press conference presenting the future renovation of the Bauer stadium, this Friday morning, the Audonian leaders announced the (new) postponement of their match of the 5th round of the Coupe de France initially rescheduled this Sunday at Mée (R1). For ten days, the club (which should have received Avranches in the league this Friday) has been facing Covid-19 since nine of its players (including the latest recruit, the Senegalese international Cheikh Ndoye) have tested positive. According to the report of the ARS which follows the tests carried out this Thursday and all negative, the pro group is banned from competition until October 30. The match already postponed in Sète (because of positive cases in the Sète ranks) of National and which was to be played next Wednesday is therefore once again postponed.
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