Dijon – Daniel Congré: « Ligue 2 has nothing to envy to Ligue 1 »
After 17 seasons contested in the elite, under the jerseys of Toulouse then Montpellier, Daniel Congré discover the League 2 at 36 years old. The experienced center-back is now playing at Dijon, currently 17th in the championship. After a very difficult start to the season under the orders of David Linarès, the Burgundy club has rebounded since Patrice Garande took office, with in particular a series of three victories, interrupted by Valenciennes (0-1) last Friday. » We digested. It’s up to us to do what it takes to win the next one “, He assures the microphone of France Bleu Bourgogne.
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In addition to the start of the DFCO season, Daniel Congré analyzes the competition: “ It’s a very physical championship, yes. More than Ligue 1… I think it’s a bit the same. In any case, the L2 has nothing to envy to the L1 compared to that. There are tactically well-organized teams. What surprises me is that I have the impression that everyone can beat everyone, it’s very homogeneous, except maybe Toulouse which is superior to all the other teams. Anyone can win against everyone, and that’s also what makes this championship very interesting. «
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