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Paris 13 Atletico launches its recruits, Racing intends to continue its series... Your football weekend in Île-de-France


In the Paris region, it's not just PSG or Paris FC matches. There are also good appointments in the lower divisions

Le Parisien invites you to take a tour of the football program in Île-de-France.

The weekend will be rather dense with many home games for the Ile-de-France teams.

It starts with the National this Friday evening with Red Star and Paris 13 Atletico.

In National 2, Racing (group A), Fleury and Créteil (group B) will play at home like Paris FC and PSG in D1 Women.

The shock Vitry - Aubervilliers will be the poster in National 3.

The poster for the weekend: Racing wants to stay the course against Chambly

In 7 home games, Racing, forced to relocate to Versailles, won 7 times.

The 2nd in group A of National 2, three points from Rouen, hopes to continue his clear round against Chambly (6th) in reconstruction after his two runs in a row.

At Racing, the start of the week was marked by the departure of Merwan Ifnaoui (7 goals), certainly its best player, who signed for 3 years at Red Star (National).

He had not played the last two league games and was "unofficially" announced injured by Racing.

Between the two clubs, the negotiations were tight and were finalized around a small transfer fee of more than 30,000 euros.

If Arnold Vula (14 goals) has remained despite several requests (L2, National), Racing will have to do without Ifnaoui.

A heavy loss even if two offensive players have arrived, Balamine Savane, back from Bolivia and already a scorer against Caen (2-1) last Saturday and Yves Djede (Poissy, N2).

📲 Sky and White supporters, Yves Djédjé gives you an appointment on the pitch!

🎫 Book your tickets for tomorrow's game against Chambly!


— Racing Club de France Football (@racing_cff) February 3, 2023

The threat: the Red Star finds part of its public against Sedan

After a match behind closed doors against Châteauroux, the Red Star, 3rd who remains on a defeat in Villefranche, will find part of their public against Sedan this Friday evening (7:30 p.m.) during the 19th day of National.

But there will still be a partial closed session with a closed stand at the Bauer stadium.

The Red Star also remains in the crosshairs of the FFF Disciplinary Committee with the notification: "of a new sanction of a suspended total closed session after the match against Nancy for the repeated use of pyrotechnic devices since the start of the season.

“The reprieve runs for three years, so the club is the threat of a new closed session” in the event of new “reprehensible” facts.

On the ground, Habib Beye has a full group without the mercato rookie Merwan Ifnaoui, not qualified.

📝 The 17 Red Star players for the Sedan reception at Bauer!

#REDCSSA #AllezRedStarFC 💚 💪

— Red Star FC ✪ (@RedStarFC) February 3, 2023

The number: 5

The number of recruits lined up by Paris 13 Atletico against Villefranche during the 19th day of National this Friday (7:30 p.m.) at the Boutroux stadium: Alexandre Tégar, Mario-Jason Kikonda, Hatim Far and Ylan Gomes, in addition to Samy Faraj arrived in early January who has already played two games.

Adon Gomis (recovery), Mohamed Achi (not qualified) and Walid Jarmouni (sick all week) will still have to wait for their big debut.

Read alsoWhy Paris 13 Atletico has recruited so many

Player to watch: Mafuta Buni Jorge (Créteil)

Third in group B of National 2, Créteil, which receives the Metz reserve this Saturday (6 p.m.) at the Duvauchelle stadium, went to recruit in Ligue 2 at the start of the week.

The young Angolan attacking midfielder, Mafuta Buni Jorge (22) arrived from Rodez where he had two starts in L2 this season.

In total, he played six L2 matches with Rodez after playing for young people in Tours (Gambardella finalist) and Angers.

🚨#Mercato: Passed by @ToursFC and @AngersSCO, Mafuta Buni Jorge joins the USCL from @OfficielRAF!

— US Créteil Lusitanos 🐏 (@uscl_football) January 31, 2023

Info: Fabrice Abriel takes the lead in Fleury

With a National 2 team leading its group and a women's team, 4th in D1 Arkema and fighting for qualification in the Champions League, Fleury has taken on a new dimension this season.

To support this growth, President Pascal Bovis has decided to appoint Fabrice Abriel, the women's coach, as director of football.

“He will notably be in charge of the professionalization of the two major teams: D1 Arkema and N2.

He will also be an advisor and a major player in monitoring the training center as well as the Academy, ”said the club in a press release.

Abriel (43), former pro (PSG, Lorient, OM, Nice) arrived at the Essonne club in November 2020 as assistant coach of the D1 Arkema team.

He went number 1 at the start of the 2021-2022 season.

Christophe Horta, former general manager of the French military teams, arrives as deputy director.

The match to go to: a Vitry - Auber shock in National 3

This is one of the matches of the weekend in the Paris region.

Third in National 3, CA Vitry, promoted, receives this Saturday (6:30 p.m.) the leader Aubervilliers who has a four-point lead.

Auber has the opportunity to distance himself further at the top of the table.


NATIONAL (19th day)

Friday, 7:30 p.m.: Red Star - Sedan (Bauer stadium), Paris 13 Atletico - Villefranche (Boutroux stadium), Bourg-Péronnas - Versailles

NATIONAL 2 (17th day)

Group A. Saturday, 3 p.m.: Racing - Chambly (Montbauron stadium, Versailles), 6 p.m.: Granville - Poissy.

Group B. Saturday, 5 p.m.: Colmar - Sainte-Geneviève, 6 p.m.: Saint-Quentin - FC 93 Bobigny, Wasquehal - Lusitanos Saint-Maur, Créteil - Metz (Duvauchelle stadium), Fleury - Haguenau (Gentelet stadium).

NATIONAL 3 (14th day)

Saturday, 3 p.m.: Les Ulis - PSG (Jean-Marc Salinier stadium), 6 p.m.: Entente SSG - Le Blanc-Mesnil (Michel Hidalgo stadium), Linas-Monthléry - Montrouge (Paul Desgouillons stadium), Ivry - Paris FC (stadium Clerville), 6:30 p.m.: CA Vitry - Aubervilliers (Roger Couderc internship).

Sunday, 2.30 p.m.: Brétigny - Drancy (Auguste Delaune stadium), 3 p.m.: Le Mée - Les Mureaux (Sports Park).

U19 NATIONALS (19th day)

Group A. Saturday, 2.30 p.m.: PSG – Le Havre, (Camp des Loges), 7 p.m.: Montfermeil – Drancy (Henri Vidal stadium).

Group B. Saturday, 2.30 p.m.: Auxerre - Torcy.

Sunday, 2:30 p.m.: FC 93 Bobigny - Strasbourg (Auguste Delaune stadium).


Saturday, 1:45 p.m.: Paris FC - Dijon (Charléty stadium), Soyaux - Fleury.

Sunday, 12:45 p.m.: PSG - Le Havre (Camp des Loges).

Source: leparis

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