« Le Parisien » invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the Ile-de-France amateur clubs, from the National to the National 3 without forgetting the young people and the women.
The poster of the weekend: Créteil wins the derby against Saint-Maur at the end of the suspense
Relegated to National 2, Créteil faced neighboring club Saint-Maur at Stade Dominique-Duvauchelle. A derby that is also decisive for a place on the Group B podium. saving that comes two minutes after a huge opportunity in favor of Saint-Maur. Despite a tense end to the match, the Rams hold on (1-1) and climb to 3rd place in their pool.
The perf of the weekend: The Red Star no longer eats his black bread
Finally ! After four consecutive unsuccessful matches, Habib Beye’s men resumed their march forward in the National, winning against Puy Foot (0-2) on Friday during the 8th day. Faced with the third best defense in the championship before the match, the Red Star opened the scoring before half-time on a volley from Damien Durand, on a cross from Guel badly returned (41st). Issouf Macalou then worsened the score thanks to a ball placed close to the post, after an acceleration on the right followed by a small ball (77 ‘). Thanks to this success, the Audonians climbed the podium and took 3rd place in the standings.
The negative series: Versailles no longer finds the way to victory
Promoted to National this season, the Versaillese have had a very successful start to the season with three wins in their first five games. But for three games, Youssef Chibhi’s men have been struggling to maintain this good momentum. Held in check on the lawn of Bastia-Borgo this weekend, (1-1) Versailles remains on a series of two draws and a defeat. From an accounting point of view, there is no danger yet because Versailles (8th) is only one step behind Martigues (2nd) in this extremely tight championship. However, it will not be necessary to leave too many points on the way to stay in phase with the main objective of the club: the rise in Ligue 2.
The number: 5
Like the number of goals scored by Racing Club de France on the lawn of Évreux on Saturday. A brilliant 5-0 away victory at a rather well ranked club (6th). The Ile-de-France team also climbed on the podium of their National 2 group, just one unit from Poissy and Rouen.
The sentence: « I wondered this week if we had the resources to chain matches like that, the answer has been rather negative so far »
Gérard Prêcheur was rather critical on the club’s website after PSG’s draw against Le Havre (2-2) in D1 Arkema: « I wondered this week if we had the resources to chain matches like that, the answer is rather negative so far. We are alerted, we must approach things calmly, but I will find more answers tomorrow. Les Parisiennes are two points behind the leader of the standings, Olympique Lyonnais.
For young people :
U 19 Nationals. PSG was a hit this Saturday against Reims by winning very largely with the score of 9-0. The young Ilyes Housni (17) scored a sextuplet to give victory to his team and allow them to relaunch in the standings. Leader after six days, Montfermeil largely won against Orleans (3-1).
National (8th day). Bastia-Borgo – VERSAILLES (1-1); Martigues – PARIS 13 ATLETICO (3-2), Le Puy – REDSTAR (0-2).
National 2 (6th day). Group A. POISSY – Guingamp (b) (1-0); Evreux – SBB RACING (0-5). Group B. Boulogne-s/Mer – BOBIGNY (2-2); CRETEIL – LUSITANOS SAINT-MAUR (1-0); Besancon – SAINTE-GENEVIÈVE (3-2); 6:30 p.m.: FLEURY – Colmar (2-2).
National 3 (4th day). Hauts de France. Compiegne – Lille (b) (0-3); US Maubeuge – Amiens (b) (3-1). Paris ile de France. THE ULIS – LE MÉE (2-0); AUBERVILLIERS – SSG AGREEMENT (2-0); PARIS FC (b) – LE BLANC-MESNIL (1-0); MONTROUGE-IVRY (1-1)
D1 Arkema (4th day). Dijon- PARIS F.C. (0-2); FLEURY – Soyaux (1-1); Le Havre – PSG (2-2).
Women’s D2 (4th day). ISSY- Orleans (1-2); CA PARIS 14 – Nantes (1-0).
D1 futsal (4th day). THE KREMLIN-BICETRE – Bethune (6-4); SPORTING PARIS- Mouvaux-Lille (4-8); PARIS ACASA – Toulon (3-1).
U 19 Nationals (7th day). Group A. PSG – Reims (9-0); MONTFERMEIL – Orleans (3-1), Gonfreville – DRANCY (3-5). Group B. Clermont – TORCY (3-0); Nancy – PARIS FC (2-0)