A trip for nothing. Arrived this Tuesday in Saint-Brieuc (Côtes-d’Armor), the players of US Créteil-Lusitanos quickly understood that there would be no match. Despite the work of city employees to try to make the field passable, the Fred-Aubert stadium could not allow a football game to be held due to heavy snowfall.
Coming from Marseille, Floris Aubin, the referee of the match, did not let the suspense last longer: the game between Saint-Brieuc and Créteil was postponed to a later date, unlike the matches postponed to the weekend, which can be reprogrammed the next day.
The Cristolian group, which had made the trip by train from the capital, did not have the opportunity to return to Ile-de-France, missing the last train posted at 6:39 pm. As was initially planned, the Val-de-Marnais will stay at the hotel for one night before returning home this Wednesday.
This is the second meeting of this 20th day of National which is postponed due to bad weather conditions. Monday, the meeting Boulogne-sur-Mer – Bastia-Borgo had known the same fate.
Pending the rescheduling of the meeting, the Aries will return to their Dominique-Duvauchelle stadium this Saturday where they will host SC Lyon at 8 p.m. on behalf of the 21st day of National.
Article original de: www.leparisien.fr