For its longest trip of the season (1,000 km round trip), Vannes ends in Beauvais on Saturday evening, in the hope of confirming its timid but real recovery.
N2. Beauvais – Vannes, this Saturday (6 p.m.)
Alexis Ebrard’s partners have just gone 3 games unbeaten for the first time this season. Admittedly, the road to maintenance is still very long. But the Hervé Brouard – Sullivan Coppalle duo was very optimistic: « We are on two clean sheets in three matches. I think we have the best dynamic of the relegated teams today. We have the wind at our backs. is an exciting challenge to go and play with a Beauvais team that has quality players to continue on our recovery,” Indian Coppalle.
Coppale: « Always in the race »
The people of Vannet will try to negotiate this first episode of a series of 3 ranking trips to direct competitors (Rennes B and Blois then) which could allow them to return completely to the race. “At the beginning of March, we were told that we could be fixed on our fate at the end of March. Finally, it is not the case and it is a good news. We are still in the race, ”adds Coppalle. The technician will have a more extensive midfield in the Oise than last weekend since Hugo Le Bolloch (Ankle) is back. Mathieu Jacob and Mathis Guillemot leave the group. “Strength, on points behind. But we want to continue with this state of mind and continue the series of good results. We’ll see where that takes us. »
The Vannes group: Petitgenet, Noubi – Duclovel, Wandji, Mangan, Faure, Nakassila – Le Bolloch, Diakhité, Bouedec – Henry, Ngoubou, Ghedjemis, Ebrard (cap), Burban. Coaches: Hervé Brouard and Sullivan Coppalle.