Football: defeat of the girls of Paris FC, Créteil against his supporters … it was your weekend in Île-de-France

Le Parisien invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the amateur clubs of Ile-de-France and the ladies D1. Saturday May 7 and Sunday May 8 there was no National 2 and National 3.

PSG is 5 points behind Lyon

Winners in Bordeaux on Saturday (5-1), the PSG girls hoped for a small boost from Paris FC. But in front of 6,000 spectators in Groupama Stadium, Paris FC lost (2-0) to OL. The Lyonnaises, who thus maintain a five-point lead over PSG two days before the end and before their game on May 28, have taken a big step towards the title of champions of France.

Paris FC, 3rd and qualified for the Champions League, confirmed its progress this season, but nevertheless performed well. Goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie, named after the UNFP trophies, made numerous saves, including a rather exceptional double parade (22nd). The Parisiennes may also regret some poorly negotiated offensive moves.

Just before half time, Ada Hegerberg opened the score with a mess (1-0, 44th) after which Delphine Cascarino doubled the lead (2-0, 61st). It is Paris FC’s first defeat in 2022 (7 wins, 1 draw) at the Channel + microphone.

The performance: Fleury wins 5-0 at Issy

After the 6-1 against PSG three weeks ago, the Chouettes d’Issy again conceded a heavy defeat in a derby. Fleury came to victory on Saturday after a large second period (5-0) in the Cité des sports thanks to goals from Julie Debever (55th), Rosemonde Kouassi (68th), Kenza Chapelle (85th, 90th + 1) and Lea Le Garrec ( 89th).

Fleury consolidates his 4th place while the retention of Issy is still not assured. Still 10th, the daughters of Camille Vaz are 3 points ahead of Soyaux with two races to go. Their calendar is also delicate, with the reception from Montpellier (5th) and a trip to Lyon to finish.

The image: Créteil players spoke to their supporters

In a final burst of pride, Créteil, already relegated and red lantern from National, pulled into the draw at the last minute against Cholet on Friday 6 May (4-4). During the match, the supporters had expressed their dissatisfaction with various banners: “Catastrophic Players”, “Catastrophic Managers” “Patacatastrophic” (referring to General Manager Rui Pataca) or “Catastrophic Lopes”… Stormy, yet the atmosphere calmed down after the final whistle.

Coach Manu Da Costa and his players came to the stands to chat with the supporters. “A club without a supporter is not a club. It’s not just people being boxed in and told to make noise on match day. They are important people. You have to have this relationship with them and respect them. This season they have suffered a lot because they love their club. It was important for everyone to hear their grief. It’s part of our job to know how to listen and hear their dissatisfaction and criticism when things aren’t going so well. It happened calmly and it was soothing,” says Da Costa.

He also spoke about his future: “Everyone knows very well the affection I have for this club. I am sad and unhappy. Now let’s see what’s next. We need to step back, discuss calmly. And above all not to make the same mistakes, otherwise it would become crucial for the future of the club.”

The player: Kevin Farade (Créteil)

Author of a double Friday, May 6 against Cholet, Kevin Farade brought his tally to 13 goals. Pretty remarkable stats in a team that is often in pain. Farade is National’s sixth goalscorer. “He is a boy who has made great strides this season,” explains his coach Manu Da Costa.

For his 2nd season with Créteil (4 goals last year), Farade, 26, had one of the best seasons of his career after playing as a youngster at PSG, with Lusitanos Saint-Maur, Entente SSG and Bobigny, scoring 13 goals . in 2019-2020 (before the closure in March due to the Covid).

History: Versailles and Linas-Montlhéry invited to the Stade de France

Like 29 other amateur teams that took part in the 32nd final of the Coupe de France, the players of Versailles (N2), semi-finalists, and Linas-Montlhéry (N3), 16th finalist, were invited by the FFF and its partner BetClic to attend. of the Coupe de France final between Nantes and Nice on Saturday 7 May at the Stade de France. An unforgettable day for Linas-Montlhéry who won in a late game in the afternoon in Les Ulis (1-0).

” It was a pleasure. Super nice from the FFF, because we don’t often have the chance to be invited, says Johan Roca, the captain of Linas-Montlhéry. This is good, because we are coming out of a win that sustains us in N3 We first had dinner together and then had a nice evening with this final at the Stade de France. We hope that this initiative will be continued next year and that we are again in the round of 32. After the spotlights during our course, this invitation rewards amateur clubs that, just like us, have completed a nice course. »

The results

NATIONAL (29th day). Creteil – Cholet 4-4, Laval – Red Star 2-2.

D1 WOMAN (20th day). Issy-Fleury 0-5, Bordeaux-PSG 1-5, Lyon-Paris FC 2-0.

NATIONAL 3 (game late). Les Ulis – Linas Montlhery 0-1.

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