“From an accounting standpoint, it’s obviously satisfactory. But we keep our feet on the ground.” At the start of the season, everything is going well for Fabien Vedel and his TFH players.
After two days (pool 4), the Toulousaines have two victories and share the leadership with five other teams, including Montpellier / Frontignan, their evening opponent (9 p.m.) at Les Argoulets. “A difficult rival to maneuver,” insists the Haut-Garonnais coach. But in terms of the game, the TFH still has something to be serene. “We conceded twenty goals against Échirolles-Eybens and twenty-two at La Motte Servolex. It is necessarily reassuring to be able to count on a solid defense,” said Fabien Vedel.
Finding the right balance in attack
Same story for captain Julie Legatindji: “After two days, it’s really interesting to be able to rely on a defensive sector rather well in place. Affinities and good relations within the workforce obviously have a important part. “
As for the offensive sector, Toulouse must find the right balance. “On these first two days, there was a match where we were effective on the attacks. Then, on the other meeting, we were able to exploit the great outdoors,” said Fabien Vedel. The other satisfaction concerns the physical aspect “with a group spared from injuries”. Hope it lasts.
> NF1: TFH-Montpellier / Frontignan, this evening at 9 pm, at the Argoulets gymnasium; Bruguières-Mios Biganos, this evening at 9 p.m., at the René-Albus red gymnasium.
> NF2: Bruguières II-Pau Nousty, this evening at 7 pm, at the René-Albus red gymnasium; Thuir-Tournefeuille, this evening at 8:45 p.m.