Le Parisien invites you to take a tour of the football weekend program in Île-de-France. This Saturday evening 21 pm we will know all the verdicts, which goes up and down in N2 and N3. The last day takes place this Saturday with several hot spots.
The penalty: Sainte-Geneviève loses four points and goes down to N3
It is a new blow that hit Thursday Sainte-Geneviève, already very sanctioned after the incidents against Boulogne-sur-Mer. The northern club had appealed. Sainte-Geneviève was stripped of four points. In the standings, this new sanction is fraught with consequences for Sainte-Geneviève who was fighting for its maintenance and who is now 13th. Manu Dorado's team that travels to Corsica in Furiani is already relegated to N3. In Sainte-Geneviève, we oscillate between feelings of injustice and anger.
The poster: Fleury's last chance
As in 2015, 2017 and 2022, will Fleury still fail in 2nd place in National 2? While it seemed to be off to a good start and was still leader before the 32nd day, the Essonnian club once again took its feet in the carpet during the final sprint. A poor management of the end of seasons that becomes recurrent and inevitably raises questions. Habib Boumezoued's team retains a tiny chance. They must beat Boulogne-sur-Mer and count on a setback from the leader Épinal, who only needs a point against Lusitanos Saint-Maur, to go up.
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The great fear: Lusitanos Saint-Maur close to relegation
At the beginning of the season, the Lusitanos Saint-Maur were aiming for the climb. Aderito Moreira's team, back on the bench a month ago to replace Yann Lachuer, 12th in Group B, is close to going down to N3. It is condemned to the exploit at the leader Épinal to whom a draw is enough to access the National. But even a victory may not be enough...
News: Christophe Taine leaves Bobigny
After a good season (3rd in Group B), Christophe Taine will lead FC 93 Bobigny for the last time on Saturday in Colmar. The former Paris FC coach has signed a two-year contract with Beauvais (N2), one of his former clubs as a player.
🚨🚨 Press release 🚨🚨
The club announces the departure of Christophe Taine coach of the N2 this season. We wish him good luck for the future and thank you to him for this season. 👏👏👍👍 pic.twitter.com/zY13rC28o5
— Football Club 93 (@FC93officiel) May 31, 2023
The return: Auber hits the goal
Descended to N3 in 2015, Aubervilliers, a historic club in the Paris region, is close to a return to N2. For this, Rachid Youcef's team only needs a draw, against Brétigny, already saved. Linas-Montlhéry, 2nd with two points will only be able to climb if it wins at Blanc-Mesnil and Aubervilliers bows.
The number: 5
The number of N3 teams still threatened with relegation to Regional 1: Ivry (7th), Entente SSG (8th), Montrouge (9th), Les Ulis (10th) and PSG (11th). Two will accompany Paris FC (12th), Blanc-Mesnil (13th) and Le Mée (14th), already relegated.
Group A. Saturday, 18 p.m.: Racing CFF – Saint-Pryvé-Saint-Hilaire (Montbauron stadium), Rennes (b) – Poissy.
Group B. Saturday, 18 pm: Furiani - Sainte-Geneviève, Epinal - Lusitanos Saint-Maur, Colmar - FC 93 Bobigny, Créteil - Haguenau (Duvauchelle stadium), Fleury - Boulogne (Gentelet stadium).
Saturday, 18 pm: Ivry - Entente SSG (Clerville stadium), Le Blanc Mesnil - Linas-Montlhéry (Jean Bouin stadium), Montrouge - Vitry (Jean Lezer stadium), Aubervilliers - Brétigny (Karman stadium), Drancy - Le Mée (Charles Sage stadium), Les Mureaux - Les Ulis (Léo Lagrange stadium), Paris FC - Paris SG (Déjerine stadium).