After returning to victory last weekend, our U19s host Nîmes on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Badly beaten at home last Sunday, the U17s must react. For this 6th day, the Monegasques move to Toulon on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. The opportunity to return to this national U17 championship.
The U19s at home against Nîmes
A success that feels good. After two games without a win, Frédéric Barilaro’s proteges were able to react against AC Ajaccio. Authors of a serious match, the Red and Whites won 2 goals to 0 in Corsica. Captain Jules Bery showed the way to his partners by opening the score at the half-hour mark before Aniss came to double the bet. With five goals this season, the Monaco striker is the U19’s top scorer. This weekend, it is against Nîmes Olympique that Cartillier’s teammates will want to confirm their return to form. The Crocos remain on a victory against AS Pieve di Lota (4-1), a first for them this season. It is therefore a shock of extremes between the 2nd and the 12th of this group D which will take place this weekend. Meetings never easy to negotiate against opponents often grouped together in their half of the field. For the second time this season, Frédéric Barilaro’s players can count on the support of the public! As against Colomiers, the game will be accessible to spectators. A participation of 4 euros at the entrance will be requested from each spectator. Access to the stadium will be subject to presentation of the health pass. See you this Sunday, October 3 at 3:00 p.m. at the Stade Intercommunal Beaulieu N ° 1 to encourage our players!
Day 7 of the National U19 Championship: AS Monaco – Nîmes Olympique
Sunday 03 October at 3:00 p.m. at the Stade Intercommunal Beaulieu N ° 1 (Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat)
U17: Travel to Toulon to revive
Opposed to AC Ajaccio in a shock from the top of the table, the Red and White drew up the bitter report of the adverse clinical success. Faced with more experienced training, young Monegasques learned a lesson in realism. If the score is heavy (4-1), the meeting has yet kept all its promises. But the lack of precision in the two surfaces cost the teammates of Lisandru Olmeta dearly. The sequence of meetings will allow Manu Dos Santos’ group to quickly move forward. From Saturday, the U17s move on the lawn of the red lantern, Racing FC Toulon. A match within the reach of Monegasques provided they put the necessary ingredients, concentration and abnegation. Currently, the seventh in the standings, the Red and White must win for the recall to the leading group. But watch out for the trap match! If the Var formation remains on a defeat against Air Bel, the Toulonnais are capable of dazzling. During the 4th day, Racing won 1-0 against Clermont, current leader of Group D. Mathis Coudour’s partners are warned. See you this Saturday, October 2 at 4:00 p.m. at the Stades des Lices.
Day 6 of the National U17 Championship: Racing FC Toulon – AS Monaco
Saturday 02 October at 4:00 p.m. at the Stade des Lices (Toulon)