Entering the field from the final whistle, President Pierre Ferracci shows on his phone the other results of this 10th day of Ligue 2 to his coach René Girard. The two men smile broadly. Paris FC, which has just obtained its 5th victory in a row in Dunkirk (1-0), has indeed achieved a superb operation. He took advantage of the missteps of his pursuers to further widen the gap in the lead. The Parisian leader is now 7 points ahead of Troyes and 8 over the Niort-Caen duo. It is starting to smell very good as the first quarter of the championship has just ended. “We take advantage of the results of others but the road remains strewn with pitfalls, tempers René Girard. We are looked at differently, we must assume this new status. But we are strong and we do not give up. “
Two games, two goals, I think the pick is pretty good for us ”
René Girard, Paris FC coach
The strength of this Paris-FC is certainly the depth of its workforce. For two games, Gaëtan Laura, revelation of the start of the season, has been injured in a thigh. But the team has found a perfect substitute with Warren Caddy. Arrived in Paris on October 22 for a transfer of € 62,000 to compensate for the serious injury of Lamine Diaby Fadiga, the 23-year-old striker scored his second goal in two starts. His victorious strike at a closed angle under the bar is sumptuous.
“Two games, two goals, I think the pick is pretty good for us,” smiles Girard. Warren is a pleasant surprise. Of course, he had scored a lot with Sète in the National (5 goals in 8 games) but L2 is a step above, he is discovering a new environment and new teammates. The advantage is that he arrived already physically fit with us. “
Trained in Nice, Warren Caddy, whose big brother Dorian (Laval) also has a professional career, was launched at the age of 17 in L2 with AC Ajaccio. But the experience had come to an end and he had to return to the amateurs in National 2 at Grasse, Colomiers then Sète. “I really wanted to get back to the professional world after my short stint that I experienced as a failure,” he admits. I never gave up. “
In September, he was very close to signing for Montpellier (L1) but the transfer collapsed at the last moment. “I quickly integrated into Paris FC where I already knew Gakpa, Guilavogui and Campanini,” he explains. The elders also welcomed me. It all happened very quickly. My penalty against Caen last week where Julien (Lopez) gave me the ball gave me confidence. This first goal in L2 freed me. Tonight (Saturday), I didn’t ask myself any questions about my goal. It is a reflection of the success of Paris FC. “
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