Zapping But! Soccer club RC Lens: why does Haise make Berg play so little?
A full group for Monaco
“On almost everyone because apart from Adam (Buksa), who continues his rehabilitation, all the players are on deck.”
Fofana’s future, concern for Berg
“Regarding Seko, I don’t have much new to tell you, except that he is there and there, committed to the club. Sometimes there are players who leave and who stay, and vice versa. I do not draw conclusions on his situation. The words of the Norwegian coach? All the coaches are worried when they see players who are injured or who will not play. I am the coach of RC Lens, I have to make choices. Patrick is training well, like many others. There are other players who are close to being able to start, it’s my role to make choices. I can’t say much more, if that is that he is very invested. I don’t want to answer the question about what he lacks to become a starter, otherwise I will avoid doing it for every player who is on the bench.”
A successful start to the season, two clashes against Europeans
“The stats that say we are having the best start to the season for 18 years do not interest me. What matters is what we will have done on the 38th day. We are going to play Monaco and Rennes, two teams top of the table. We were behind them last season. We are hanging on to give the best ourselves in terms of efficiency on the weak points of our opponents. We have done well against Monaco since we came back up but we had to do big games every time. You have to be vigilant at all levels against this team. They are very strong on set pieces and in transitions.
RC Lens coach Franck Haise was present at a press conference this Thursday two days before the clash against AS Monaco at Louis-II (5 p.m.). He notably mentioned the future of his captain, Seko Fofana, or his Norwegian midfielder Patrick Berg, for whom his coach is worried.