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    Two clashes in Women’s D1 for Fleury and Paris FC, Red Star to climb again… Your football weekend in Île-de-France

    Le Parisien invites you to take a tour of the football weekend program in Île-de-France. This week, the N2 (except Poissy), the N3 and the national U19s are taking a break. But there will be big posters in D1 Arkema this Friday with two shocks: Fleury (4th) – Lyon (1st) and Paris FC (3rd) – Montpellier. In National, while waiting for Versailles – Borgo on Monday, the two other Ile-de-France clubs will also be at home this Friday, Red Star receives Le Puy, and Paris 13 Atletico, Martigues.

    The posters of the weekend: The distance fight for Europe continues between Paris FC and Fleury

    The two key matches of the 16th day of D1 Arkema will take place this Friday evening in Île-de-France. It starts at 6:30 p.m. with a Paris FC – Montpellier match at Charléty. If successful, the teammates of Gaëtane Thiney, 3rd, who remain on 3 consecutive successes have the opportunity to definitively distance Montpellier (5th at five points) from the race for 3rd qualifying place in the Champions League.

    At 9 p.m., Fleury (4th) welcomes the leader Lyon to Bondoufle. Fabrice Abriel’s team, which is two points behind Paris FC, is also aiming for 3rd place. They have just scored 16 goals in their last three games (4-0 Soyaux, 6-0 Rodez and 6-1 Montauban in the Coupe de France). This season, Fleury has passed a real milestone with a success against Paris FC (2-0), a draw (4-4) against PSG and a defeat conceded only during additional time (1-0 goal from Wendie Renard at the 90th + 2) in the first leg in Lyon. The Fleury players will therefore try to catch the Lyonnaises again, whom they will meet again in 15 days in the semi-finals of the Coupe de France.

    Player to watch: Merwan Ifnaoui (Red Star)

    Merwan Ifnaoui and his Red Star teammates, back to two points behind leader Martigues thanks to their victory in Monday’s shock (2-0) will try to follow up with Bauer against relegation player Le Puy (15th). The file of the 24-year-old attacking midfielder was one of the soap operas of the January transfer window in Île-de-France. After a small showdown on his part and tight discussions between the two clubs, Merwan Ifnaoui left Racing to sign for Red Star on January 31. According to our information, the transfer fee would exceed 50,000 euros. The attacking midfielder was quick to win at Red Star.

    Monday in Martigues he delivered an assist on Kemo Cissé’s second goal and was voted man of the match by the supporters. The native of Colombes had already played at Red Star in U16 before returning to Gennevilliers. In 2019, he had signed in Lagoa, in the 4th Portuguese division before returning to the Hauts-de-Seine at Racing where he was one of the architects of the rise in N2 (5 goals) and succeeded in a big first part season (7 goals, 7 assists).

    The number: 7

    The number of games without a win (2 draws, 5 losses) for Paris 13 Atletico, which has not won for three months (4-0 against Borgo on December 9). Almost doomed to return to National 2, the club from the 13th arrondissement is condemned to chain exploits, starting against leader Martigues, this Friday evening for the reunion with its Boutroux stadium.

    The info: Chantôme has returned to the AS Poissy steering committee

    During the GA on Tuesday evening, several new members entered the AS Poissy (National 2) steering committee. As we revealed, Ibrahima Traoré, educator, former player of the club who lives in the city and Clément Chantôme, the ex-pro of PSG are part of it. The two players are however evolving this season in Chartres which is in the same group as Poissy in the league.

    A double role player-opponent and manager who has caused some internal talk and raises questions. Note that Chantôme, whose transfer compensation (15,000 euros) for his departure from Poissy to Chartres in January 2022, has still not been paid by Gérard Soler (president of Chartres)was not present at the GA but was still elected.

    On the ground, Poissy, who accepted Saint-Pryvé-Saint-Hilaire’s request to bring the match forward to this Saturday, will be the only Ile-de-France N2 club to play this weekend.



    Friday, 6.30 p.m.: Paris FC – Montpellier (Charléty stadium), 9 p.m.: Fleury – Lyon (Robert Bobin stadium). Sunday, 12:45 p.m.: PSG – Reims (Camp des Loges).


    Friday, 7:30 p.m.: Red Star – Le Puy (Bauer stadium), Paris 13 Atletico – Martigues (Boutroux stadium). Monday, 9 p.m.: Versailles – FC Borgo (Jean Bouin stadium).

    NATIONAL 2 (advanced game)

    Saturday, 5 p.m.: Saint-Pryvé-Saint-Hilaire – Poissy

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