Postponed to this Tuesday because of the Coupe de France, several matches of the 20th day of National took place on Tuesday, including that of the Red Star against Bourg-en-Bresse at the Bauer stadium in Saint-Ouen. Usually named Bauer, the stadium officially bears the name of the doctor who resisted during World War II from the city council on Monday.
A municipal council which also validated the authorization to Karim Bouamrane, the mayor (PS) of the city, to cede the stadium for the renovation by the Realities group. Good news which has not been confirmed by a first victory in the league in 2021. Held in check (0-0) by Bourg-en-Bresse, the Red Star remains in third place but sees Concarneau (4th) return to three points from him, while the leader Bastia takes off with ten lengths more.
What you must remember
After the two-week Coupe de France parenthesis, marked by two qualifications against Le Mée (R1) and Ivry (N3) on the scores of 4-1 and 2-0, Vincent Bordot’s players returned to the championship. A return that ended in a draw (0-0) against a Bresse team in a relegation position. In a match that they generally dominated, the Audoniens tried to force the opposing lock. In vain. Vincent Bordot tried everything by launching two of his three recruits, Madih Talah (ex-Las Rosas, Spanish L3) and Pape Meïssa Ba (ex-Troyes, CFA). The third reinforcement recorded in early February, Alan Dzabana (ex-Le Havre, CFA) was not on the scoresheet. However, the opportunities were not lacking by Jimmy Roye (31st) or Damien Durand (44th). The second period is a big control of the Greens but it lacks this bit of success.
The player: Cheikh Ndoye
Author of 4 goals since his arrival in October, the former player from Angers (Ligue 1) has still had an incessant activity in the midfield. In Vincent Bordot’s device, he is a centerpiece and the hub. Against Bourg-en-Bresse, he was the most dangerous Audonian (22nd, 47th, 80th, 84th).
The number: 6
The Red Star has chained a sixth league meeting without knowing the victory. Since December 4 and a success against the red lantern Annecy (2-1), the Audoniens have only taken three points out of 15 possible. A serious slack for the former resident of Ligue 2 who would like to find the upper floor.
The continuation for the Red Star is from Saturday (2 p.m.) with the 7th round of the Coupe de France with the reception of FC 93 Bobigny-Bagnolet-Gagny (N2) for the derby of Seine-Saint-Denis. In case of qualification, the Audoniens would then find in the following round Créteil, their neighbor of National. Otherwise, it will be a return to the championship with the reception of Sète.
Spectator: game behind closed doors. Referee: M. Valnet.
Warnings. Red Star: Doremus (90th); Bourg-en-Bresse: Khous (63rd), Testud (90th + 2).
Red Star: Charruau – Sivis, Karamoko, Daillet (cap.), Doremus – Ch. Ndoye, Koukou, Roye – Gomel (Talal, 71st), Koita (Meïssa Ba, 75th), Durand. Entr. : Bordot.
Bourg-en-Bresse: Cassara – Agounon, Romany, Lacour, Tanard (El Ouazzani, 51st) – Ribelin, Nirlo (cap.), Ndiaye – Testud, Quarshie (Privat, 45th), Khous. Entr. : Mokeddem.
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