At the start of the final sprint, "Le Parisien" invites you to take a tour of the football program in Île-de-France, from National to National 3 via National 2 without forgetting the young people.
Another very important weekend.
The posters of the weekend: two derbies for Paris 13 Atletico and Fleury
Three days from the end, the distance duel continues in group B of National 2 between Paris 13 Atletico and Fleury.
The Parisian leader, who is one point ahead of the Essonne team, is playing a delicate derby against the Lusitanos Saint-Maur of their former coach Aderito Moreira.
Fleury receives him, Bobigny.
A match that has already sparked many comments and controversies
The controversy: Fleury responds to the accusations
As often at the end of the season, it speaks a lot before the games at stake.
Some have already accused Fleury of trying to "fix" the match against Bobigny.
These noises prompted the president of Fleury, Pascal Bovis, to publish a press release on Thursday evening: "Following the defamatory accusations received by one or two people on social networks, the President of FC Fleury 91, Pascal Bovis, invites all people to attend this meeting between FC Fleury 91 and FC93, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Walter Felder stadium,
in the spirit of sportsmanship by ensuring the integrity of the match and absolute respect for the ethics of football.
We know this type of destabilization which will have no hold over us.
“He also puts pressure on the Lusitanos: “We hope in the same way that the match between US Lusitanos Saint-Maur and Paris 13 Atlético will take place in the same sportsmanship.
— FC Fleury 91 (@FCFleury91) May 12, 2022
Tribute to Manu Abreu during Lusitanos Saint-Maur - Paris 13 Atletico
The sudden death of Manu Abreu on Wednesday at the age of 63 has set all of Ile-de-France football in turmoil.
He had played at Poissy, Red Star, PSG in L1 (11 games), Reims, Nancy, Braga and trained around ten clubs including Sénart-Moissy and Racing in Île-de-France.
He had completed his playing career at the Lusitanos Saint-Maur between 1991 and 1993, ending on a climb to N3.
The Lusitanos Saint-Maur decided to pay tribute to him this Saturday during the visit of Paris 13 Atletico.
A minute of silence will be observed.
The president of Paris 13 Atletico Frédéric Pereira, CEO of the equipment manufacturer Skita, was also close to Manu Abreu.
He had seen him for the last time on May 1 in Portugal.
It is with great sadness that the US Lusitanos club learned today of the death of Manuel Abreu, former Lusitanos player between 1991 and 1993.
A big thought for his family and loved ones.
All our condolences.#AdeusManuelAbreu#SempreLusitanos pic.twitter.com/2nK38vFTTS
— US LUSITANOS (@USLUSITANOS) May 11, 2022
Information: Da Costa and Créteil, it's over
Relegated to National 2 for 15 days, Créteil is playing the last match of his season this Friday at Avranches.
Internally, the situation is explosive.
Many players did not want to move in the Channel.
For coach Manu Da Costa, who arrived in March 2021, this will be his last match at the head of Créteil.
If the future president Bassam Al Homsi considered offering him to stay, he decided, according to our information, to leave Créteil.
Read alsoUsed out by the operation of the club, Manu Da Costa will leave Créteil
The stadium to go to: free entry to Montbauron to celebrate the rise of Versailles
Guaranteed to go up in National for fifteen days, Versailles will be able to celebrate its accession with its public this Saturday at the Montaburon stadium opposite Plabennec.
As for the last match of the season against Blois on May 28, entry will be free.
It will also be one of the last opportunities to see Versailles evolve at home in the Yvelines, since next season, the team of Youssef Chibhi, who has been renewed on the bench, will go into exile about thirty kilometers from Versailles, to play its matches at the Michel-Hidalgo stadium in Saint-Gratien.
[# Blason] 🛡 - FC Versailles is proud to present its new logo through this press release.https://t.co/tbJcdOE0gu
— FC Versailles 👑 (@FCVersaillesOff) May 6, 2022
Player to watch: Sony Mustivar (SSG Agreement)
Red lantern of group B of National 2 for many months, the Entente SSG which receives the reserve of Reims has returned to four points of the reserve of Metz (first non-relegation) and therefore retains a small hope of saving itself.
It will nevertheless be necessary to carry out a faultless.
Coach Emmanuel Tregoat can count on the experience of Sony Mustivar to guide his team.
The 32-year-old Haitian international defensive midfielder, who arrived in January, scored his first goal in the last match in Sainte-Geneviève (3-2).
Trained in Bastia, the native of Aubervilliers had multiplied experiences abroad in the United States (Kansas City), Romania (Petrolul, Hermannstadt), Azerbaijan (Neftchi Baku) and Cyprus (Nea Salamina).
Friday, 8.45 p.m.: Red Star - Concarneau (behind closed doors), Avranches - Créteil
Saturday, 6 p.m.: Versailles - Plabennec (Montbauron stadium), Vannes - Poissy
Saturday 6 p.m.: Fleury - FC 93 Bobigny (Gentelet stadium), Lusitanos Saint-Maur - Paris 13 Atletico (Cheron stadium), Entente SSG - Reims (Michel Hidalgo stadium), Epinal - Sainte-Geneviève.
Saturday, 3 p.m.:
Les Ulis - Blanc-Mesnil (Jean-Marc Salinier stadium),
Paris FC (b) - FC Mantois (Déjerine stadium), 6 p.m.: Meaux - Racing (Corazza stadium), Ivry - Aubervilliers (Clerville stadium), Créteil (b) - Linas-Montlhéry (Duvauchelle stadium), Drancy - PSG (b) (Charles Sage stadium).
Sunday, 3 p.m.: Brétigny - Les Mureaux (Auguste Delaune stadium)
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Sunday 3 p.m.: Valenciennes - Drancy, Chambly - PSG, Montfermeil - Lille (Henri Vidal stadium).
Sunday 3 p.m.: Paris FC - Metz (Déjerine stadium), Torcy - Auxerre (Fremoy complex)