Trélissac wants to shine in the event

Despite this gap, the Trélissacois remain wary before facing the Maritimes, as explained by Jimmy Burgho. “We approach this game very seriously. There is no overtime, it benefits the weaker teams. It’s up to us to put on the intensity and score quickly, to take this team seriously. »

Behind closed doors

Having a good run in the Coupe de France is one of the aspirations of the TFC this season. “It’s clearly an objective for us, declared the captain from Trélissac. The championship remains the priority, but we are going to play it hard. With experience, this competition gives us the best moments and the best memories, and it brings back the public. »

The defender also relies on the cup to keep the pace. “An elimination would make holes in the schedule. We can always play friendlies on non-game weekends, but it’s always better to play a competitive game. We go there on Sunday to win. »

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