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The bad operation of Racing, Petrilli sees triple, Vitry invites himself upstairs… It was your football weekend in Île-de-France


In the Paris region, there are not only the matches of PSG in L1 and Paris FC in L2. There are also some nice posters in the lower divisions.

Every weekend, Le Parisien invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the various Ile-de-France clubs.

He was marked by the poor accounting operations of Versailles in National, which lost its place as leader, and of Racing which is now five points behind leader Rouen in group A of National 2. In group B of National 2, Fleury , FC 93 Bobigny and Créteil, all three winners, continue their fight from a distance.

In the shock of N3, Vitry wins against the leader Aubervilliers and revives the championship.

The poster for the weekend: Racing loses two points in the race for the climb

The atmosphere was beautiful on Saturday at the Montbauron stadium in Versailles with a good crowd and two kops that answered each other.

On the field, each team had its half-time.

Under the eyes of Merwann Ifnaoui (7 goals and 7 assists), transferred Tuesday to Red Star (National) and came to encourage his now ex-teammates, Racing had achieved a big first period, rewarded by the opener of Jessy Rotsen (26th).

But Chambly, equalized on a penalty transformed into two stages by Noé Masevo (48th), the former of Paris FC.

With the transfer window and the negotiations around Ifnaoui and the injured (Vula, Bahenda, Baboula), Racing, the best attack of all 4 groups of N2, saw its offensive sector weaken.

“It's not an easy period at the moment with all these absentees, recognizes coach Guillaume Norbert.

But these are the vagaries of a season, we have to deal with it.

We knew it would be a difficult match against a Chambly team that was built to come back to the National.

It's a shame, because we had a great first half, we also shot the bar… The penalty?

Even the Chambly players said there was nothing.

We are disappointed and frustrated.


This draw has consequences for the standings.

Racing, which remained on 7 wins in 7 home games, sees its series come to an end and loses two points on Rouen, winner in Blois (2-0).

Racing (2nd) is now five points behind Rouen.

⏱️ 90' |

End of the home winning streak with this draw.

@FCCOISE came back into the game at the start of the second half thanks to a penalty from Noé Masevo.

Next game next week against @US_Granville at Stade Montbauron.#RacingFCCO 1⃣-1⃣ |


— Racing Club de France Football (@racing_cff) February 4, 2023

The sentence: "When you concede two goals so quickly, it hurts", Cris (Versailles)

It's the bad operation of the weekend.

Beaten (3-1), Friday in Bourg-en-Bresse during the 19th day of National, Versailles lost its place as leader and fell to 3rd place.

This is the first defeat for Cris since his arrival on the Versailles bench after a six-game unbeaten streak (4 wins, 2 draws).

Read alsoWhat to remember from the 19th day of National

“We knew that Bourg was on an upswing and that we were going to encounter difficulties.

When you concede two goals so quickly (10th, 24th), it hurts.

The 3-1 penalty (56th) changed everything because when you are two goals behind in this championship… We have an experienced team but that wasn't enough.

I just wanted us to stay first, not necessarily take Bourg out of the uphill race.


🎥 𝗥𝗲́𝘀𝘂𝗺𝗲́ 𝘃𝗶𝗱𝗲́𝗼 ⤵️

Check out the video summary of our Versailles match on the move to Bourg-en-Bresse, offered by the FFF.

Final score: Defeat 3-1

— FC Versailles 👑 (@FCVersaillesOff) February 4, 2023

The player of the weekend: Anthony Petrili (Fleury)

The goal machine is back.

Author of 22 goals last season, Anthony Petrili (29), the Fleury striker with 80 goals in N2 and National in his career (Ivry, PSG, Trélissac Red Star, Les Herbiers), was less prolific this season.

He had so far scored 4 goals in 16 games (two doubles against Wasquehal on the 9th day then against Sainte-Geneviève on the 15th day).

Saturday, against Haguenau (3-1), Petrili offered himself a hat-trick (10th, 34th, 63rd).

A success which allows Fleury to remain at the top of group B of National 2 with still two points ahead of FC 93 Bobigny and five over Créteil, both also winners on Saturday.


Beautiful and serious success of the Lions in front of their public against Haguenau thanks to a block well in place and an Anthony Petrilli on fire!


Congratulations to the whole group of Habib Boumezoued.

#𝕋𝕖𝕒𝕞𝗙𝗖𝗙𝟵𝟭 ⚫️🔴

— FC Fleury 91 (@FCFleury91) February 4, 2023

The perf: Vitry wins the shock of National 3 in the 90th minute

In the clash of National 3, CA Vitry won against leader Aubervilliers (2-1).

It all happened at the end of the game.

Stomy Guercy had opened the scoring for Vitry (1-0, 73rd) then Johnley Chery quickly equalized (1-1, 78th).

But in the 90th minute, a goal from Mel Lasme allowed CAV, promoted this season, to snatch victory (2-1).

A result that has consequences for the ranking.

Auber, who had the opportunity to break away, is three points ahead of Montrouge (2nd), Linas-Montlhéry (3rd) and 4 over Vitry (4th) and Ivry (5th).

The return: eight months after his injury, Khalid Boutaïb (Paris FC) played again

More than eight months after his serious injury, Paris FC striker (L2), Khalid Boutaïb made his big comeback with the reserve (N3) on Saturday in Ivry (1-1).

The 35-year-old Moroccan international suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament on May 13 during the last day of L2.

Against Ivry, Boutaïb played 73 minutes.

If all goes well, he should be able to join the L2 group in two to three weeks.

The surprise: Claudio Beauvue signed in Ivry (N3)

He was present in civilian clothes alongside President Pierre Mbappé on Saturday at the Clerville stadium for the match against the Paris FC reserve (1-1).

Ivry created the surprise of this transfer window in Île-de-France by announcing the signing of Claudio Beauvue, the 34-year-old striker who has known L1 (Guingamp, Lyon, Caen, Bastia), L2 (Troyes, Châteauroux) and La Liga (Celta Vigo, Leganes).

After playing in Spanish D2 in La Coruña, he returned to France last season in Boulogne-sur-Mer (National then N2), a rather mixed experience.

Announcements |

N3 🚨

US Ivry football is pleased to announce the signing of French striker Claudio Beauvue!


Welcome Claudio, we wish you an avalanche of goals for this second part of the season!


Ivry is strength!

💪#transfer #football

— US IVRY FOOTBALL (@IvryUs) February 3, 2023

The number: 8

The series of invincibility (6 wins, 2 draws) of Fleury winner (0-4 goals from Kamczyk, Konan, Swaby, Kouassi) Saturday at Soyaux during the 14th day of D1 Women.

This is Fleury's record since his rise to D1 in 2017. In the standings, Fabrice Abriel's team remains 4th, two points behind Paris FC (3rd).

Among young people: the derby of 93 in Montfermeil

In group A of the national U19 championship, PSG was again beaten (1-2) against Le Havre.

In the derby of 93 of the extremes, between Montfermeil and Drancy, it was the leader who won (1-0) against the red lantern.

The goal was scored by Jeremie Kanon.


NATIONAL (19th day)

Red Star - Sedan 2-1, Paris 13 Atletico - Villefranche 1-1, Bourg-Péronnas - Versailles 3-1

NATIONAL 2 (17th day)

Group A.

Racing - Chambly 1-1, Granville - Poissy 1-1



Colmar - Sainte-Geneviève 1-1, Saint-Quentin - FC 93 Bobigny 1-2, Wasquehal - Lusitanos Saint-Maur 1-3, Créteil - Metz 3-0, Fleury - Haguenau 3-1

NATIONAL 3 (14th day)

Les Ulis - PSG 2-0, Entente SSG - Le Blanc-Mesnil 1-2, Linas-Monthléry - Montrouge 2-1, Ivry - Paris FC 1-1, CA Vitry - Aubervilliers 2-1, Brétigny - Drancy, Le Mée - Les Mureaux

U19 NATIONALS (19th day)

Group A.

PSG - Le Havre 1-2, Montfermeil - Drancy 1-0

Group B.

Auxerre - Torcy 2-0, FC 93 Bobigny - Strasbourg


Paris FC - Dijon 2-0, Soyaux - Fleury 0-4, PSG - Le Havre 3-1

Source: leparis

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