A new football weekend in Île-de-France. Le Parisien invites you to analyze and decipher the results of amateur Ile-de-France clubs, from National 2 to National 3, without forgetting the young people. The National is now over and on May 21 and 22, there was no Women’s D1.
The poster for the weekend: Paris 13 Atletico one victory away from happiness
Saturday, the atmosphere was beautiful at the Boutroux stadium, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. The leader of group B of National 2, Paris 13 Atletico, beat the Metz reserve thanks to a goal from Kemo Cissé (1-0, 52nd), his fifth of the season. The score could have been heavier, but the Metz goalkeeper, the experienced David Oberhauser (32), multiplied the saves.
President Frédéric Pereira’s club is still not in National since, at the same time, Fleury won (2-0) in Saint-Quentin. Everything will therefore be decided on the last day, next Saturday. Paris 13 Atletico will have to win in Schiltigheim, a complicated match because the club from the suburbs of Strasbourg will play for its maintenance. Second by one point, Fleury should have no trouble winning ahead of the Lens reserve, already condemned.
“Our victory is well deserved, believes Fabien Valéri, the coach of Paris 13 Atletico. We had a very good game with a lot of situations. But we rushed a little too much. As often, as we failed to kill the game, we started to back down and be a little scared. It’s legitimate, because we still had things to lose. Now we have one last week of work left with a big game in Schiltigheim ahead of us. We know that we will have to succeed in a big match, we have no choice. But I believe in it…”
Several buses should be chartered by the club to push the team towards this historic rise in National. Given the financial resources and working conditions of Paris 13 Atletico, it would be a real feat… “It would be so wonderful for the club, the players, continues Fabien Valeri. We deserve it… We were in the lead throughout the championship, we have a big total of points. I have a group with a great state of mind and a huge heart. I hope they will be rewarded. »
Player of the Weekend: Anthony Petrilli
He becomes a regular in this section. The Fleury forward continues to carry his team. At Saint-Quentin (0-2), Anthony Petrilli scored the decisive double (28th, 72nd) and brought his total to twenty goals this season. He has scored in nine of the last eleven games. Petrilli is the top scorer in National 2, all four groups combined.
Antoine Petit’s performance is also to be highlighted. Like last week against Bobigny, the Fleury goalkeeper, in the 48th minute, when the score was 1-0, stopped a penalty that gave Saint-Quentin an equalizer.
The perf: assured maintenance for Poissy
Long relegated at the start of the season, Poissy has definitely ensured its maintenance thanks to its draw against Granville (0-0). Walid Aïchour’s team is 9th in group A of National 2. A real performance when we remember that in the January transfer window, Poissy had lost two of its best players, Clément Chantôme (Chartres) and Kapo Sylva (Versailles).
The flop: Meaux relegated to Regional 1
The match of fear in National 3 turned in favor of the Créteil reserve which won in Meaux (2-1). The Seine-et-Marne team, the red lantern, is relegated to Regional 1. Créteil, remains first non-relegated (11th, 24 points) and takes a little air. After the descent to National, the Cristolian club should be able to avoid a second relegation this season.
Les Ulis (12th, 21 pts) beaten at PSG II and FC Mantois (13th, 20 pts), despite their good start against Linas-Montlhéry (4-1) remain in great danger. There are still two days left.
The number: 21
Racing’s unbeaten streak ended on Saturday against Ivry (0-1). The N3 champion, guaranteed to go up to N2 for three weeks, had not lost since September 4, ie 259 days and 21 games (18 wins, 3 draws).
Information: things are going to move at the Lusitanos Saint-Maur
Returning to the Lusitanos Saint-Maur two years ago, Aderito Moreira will no longer be on the bench for the club which will finish 5th in group B of National 2 after its draw on Saturday at Bobigny (2-2).
Vincent Bordot (ex-Entente SSG, Red Star), ex-PSG pro Paulo César (CA Paris) and Grégory Benarib (ex-ACBB), current coach of PSG’s U19 women, are on President Mapril Baptista’s list .
Among young people: end of the adventure for the U19s of Drancy
The first amateur club to qualify for the U19 national championship playoffs, Drancy lost this Sunday (4-0) to Monaco in the quarter-finals. Former AS Bondy phenom Malamine Efekele (2004) opened the scoring for his side, who scored a second goal just before half-time.
“It was a great match against a very interesting opponent collectively, explains coach Nassim El Abdi. On the first two goals conceded, I found that we lacked defensive success, they won favorable counterattacks twice. We have counter-attack situations that we should have managed better. The Monaco red comes too late in the match, which does not allow us to revive. My players have touched the very high level of this competition, they must keep the best to continue to advance in their football. »
The PSG U19s qualified, crushing (6-1) Toulouse at the Camp des Loges thanks to goals from Wilson Odobert (7th, 90 + 2), Sekou Yansané (45th), Zoumana Bagbema (63rd), Ismael Gharbi (66th), Djeidi Gassama (89th). PSG will face Monaco in the semi-final next weekend in Amnéville.
NATIONAL 2 (29th day)
Group A : Poissy – Granville 0-0, Saint-Pryvé-Saint-Hilaire – Versailles 1-0.
Group B. Paris 13 Atletico – Metz (b) 1-0, Saint-Quentin – Fleury 0-2, Bobigny – Lusitanos Saint-Maur 2-2, Sainte-Geneviève – Belfort 3-3, Auxerre (b) – Entente SSG 4-1 .
NATIONAL 3 (24th day)
Racing – Ivry 0-1, Aubervilliers – Brétigny 1-1, FC Mantois -Linas-Montlhéry 4-1, Blanc-Mesnil – Paris FC (b) 2-3, PSG II – Les Ulis 1-0, Meaux – Créteil ( b) 1-2, Les Mureaux – Drancy
U19 (playoffs, quarterfinals).
Monaco-Drancy 4-0, PSG-Toulouse 6-1.