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Women's PSG: the Paris-Dijon meeting postponed

2022-01-14T09:46:57.232Z

The numerous cases of Covid-19 within the Burgundy team forces the postponement of the match of the 12th day, scheduled this Sunday at the camp of



Didier Ollé-Nicolle had just concluded his press briefing this Friday morning when the news broke.

There will be no match between PSG and Dijon this Sunday at Camp des Loges.

The meeting of the 12th day of the women's first division is postponed due to the cases of Covid-19 within the Burgundy team.

A match that would have been immediate revenge after the round of 16 of the Coupe de France won last Sunday by PSG on the Dijon synthetic turf (0-0, 5-4 tab).

Next meeting for the Parisiennes: the trip to Saint-Étienne on January 23, still in the league.

They will then receive Olympique Lyonnais for the shock of the knockout stages of the Coupe de France, on January 29 at the Camp des Loges.

A satisfactory draw for the PSG coach, who "never digested the beating" taken in the league in the fall (6-1).

Kheira Hamraoui should be back

In the meantime, Didier Ollé-Nicolle and his staff will continue to physically prepare the players for the next matches.

At a press conference, the technician also mentioned the return of Kheira Hamraoui, who has not been part of a group since October 31.

The midfielder, assaulted on November 4 by two strangers, would "certainly" have been in the squad that would have received Dijon this weekend, explained Didier Ollé-Nicolle.

Aminata Diallo, another collateral victim of the aggression, made her comeback against the Dijonnaises in the Coupe de France.

"I also expect real answers from them on the ground," concludes Ollé-Nicolle.

They had returned to the door of the France team before the events.

They have to be in this idea of ​​progression and demonstrate that they are footballers who can bring us things ”.

Source: leparis

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