Through Aline Chatel
Injuries are the unfortunate common thread from the start of the season to Stade Malherbe de Caen. Kélian Nsona had given the tendency during the preparation by breaking the cruciate ligament of the knee. Once the season started, Stéphane Moulin was spared only for his first team composition, against Rodez, even if Ali Abdi was missing that day due to a still incomplete preparation.
In attack, many have passed
Behind, Caleb Zady Sery, Yoann Court, Andréas Hountondji, Steve Shamal, Yliès Najim, Benjamin Jeannot and Jessy Deminguet have in turn joined the infirmary for a few weeks or a few months. In parallel, Zeidane Inoussa, Alexandre Mendy and Aloys Fouda served, between them, seven games of suspension. Added to this are players short of pace, or sometimes sick.
We are not at 100%. I have never played twice in a row with the same team, with teams like Toulouse and Sochaux. In terms of automation, this is not the best. In addition, there were extremely late arrivals.
This Tuesday, September 21, 2021 (8:00 p.m.), the number of absentees will be reduced to face Dijon. Jessy Deminguet will be there. “It won’t hurt to find him, that’s for sure, breathes Stéphane Moulin. It is gradually decreasing. Aloys Fouda is also ready to resume competition.
– Stade Malherbe Caen (@SMCaen) September 20, 2021
Nuno Da Costa, the wait
What about the others? Nuno Da Costa, who arrived injured and forced to resume the treatment protocol from zero, will return “in the following weeks”. It will probably not be against Toulouse, Monday September 27, 2021. The striker loaned by Nottingham Forest should however be the next to resume. The return of Benjamin Jeannot is scheduled after the international break, that is to say on Saturday, October 16, 2021 against Le Havre.
Hugo Vandermersch sees the end of the tunnel. Knee operated in early May 2021, he must return to the group “early November or mid-November”, according to his coach. For Yoann Court and of course Kélian Nsona, we will have to wait a little longer. They won’t play again until 2022.
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