Football – National 3. What was the transfer window for US Alençon this summer?

With President Nicolas Bansard, Vincent Laigneau, coach of the American Alençon, wanted to bring experience and freshness to his group. ©Archive L’Orne hebdo

Under a hot sun, the session of Thursday 21 July 2022 marked the second night of cover for the group National 3 from the USA Alençon (Orne).

Maintain a structure

Before the traditional excursions, Vincent Laigneaunow general manager of the prefecture club, posed positive outlook on recruitment realized.

“We have worked well with the president, Nicolas Bansard. We have been working on a transition for two years and we wanted to continue on this path. We keep three players from last year (two because Caliste Dimuenay announced his departure after confirming his renewed engagement with the Greens) out of four. »

With the satisfaction above all to have kept the framework of the previous exercise. “We kept the players we wanted to keep, including our goalscorers. And we instilled youth and experience,” said the Greens coach.

Experienced recruits

Conscious of shortcomings who supported their training last season, especially in the ball management at crucial moments and Results in favorable situations, the Alencon . staff wished inject experience to the group. A necessary contribution.

“We have recruited two experienced players with experience in National and National 2, who I hope will add another dimension to our group, especially by allowing it to gain maturity. Because that’s where we fished last season. »

Vincent Laigneau, coach of US Alencon

the arrivals of Sylvester Guyonnetex-AG Caen (N3) but with a large background in National at Avranches, and Jordan Blondel, former player of Granville (N2), are part of this perspective. And also reveal the attractive character of the club of the capital of Ornaise.

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Two homecomings

The second observation of the Laigneau-Bansard duo was the renewal of an aging group within them. bring freshness to restore a new dynamism.

The signatures at the bottom of the page Steve Delacour (formerly Mulhouse, N3), Elyas Dhoifirou (formerly Flers, R1), Mathieu Desmarres (formerly Sablé-sur-Sarthe, N3) and Jocelyn Sancho (ex-Flers, R1), all 25 years or younger, confirm this. For the first two, attackers, it’s a return to the herd.

“They have gained experience and will bring us percussion and speed to the fore. »

Vincent Laigneau

For his part, the former Sablé striker is “a player who plays on the wing and will bring depth”.

While the latter, the quartet’s only stamped defender, “has great playing volume and versatility. He can also play as a fullback or defensive midfielder. Not forgetting that their recklessness can bring a bit of madness to the local game, which it lacks.

First day Saturday 27 August

So it went ahead milestone of six weeks through as many friendlies as possible so that “the team is competitive once the championship resumes.”

Friendlies Program

Saturday July 30: US Alençon – US Changed 53 (N3)
Wednesday, August 3: SM Caen B (N2) – VS Alençon
Saturday, August 6: US Alençon- Évreux FC (N2)
Wednesday 10 August: VS Alençon – JS Coulaines (R1)
Saturday, August 13: VS Alençon – Le Mans FC B (N3)
Saturday, August 20: VS Alençon – ES Linas-Montlhéry (N3)
The matches, with the exception of the opposition to the reserve of SM Caen, will be played at the Jacques-Fould stadium. At this point, the schedules have yet to be determined.

No vain expression regarding the reform of the national championships desired by the Federation, which increases the number of relegations. “The points will have to be taken immediately and not dragged away,” emphasizes Vincent Laigneau.

And if the harvest started in Caen, against the Avant-Garde, when the championship resumed on Saturday, August 27?

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