Four young people integrated in the membership of the Chartres Football

It does not guarantee that they will play, but does that mean they should have their chance. Four young people of the reserve of the Chartres Football (N3) will integrate a full-fledged collective N2, to the new school year : the defenders Sekou Fofana (23 years old) and Hamjatou Soukouna (21 years old) as well as the middle Yanis Bousseaden (19 years) and the attacker Mathieu Villette (19 years old).

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They will join three other pure local products in the group, Pope, Barry, Nicolas Palbrois and Dylan Daoud. Or even five as Pierre Picot and Erwan Colas, for which there remains uncertainty, could also be the adventure of N2. Whatever happens, the enlarged group will therefore have a nice accent chartrain, the next season.

Priority to the training

If the RTC wanted to show by this that he counts on the players of the cru, it is earned. The light may be turned on the N2 and its recruits, even more today with the arrival of the Ballon d’or Jean-Pierre Papin as a coach, but the club does not seem to forget his youth.

The rise in National is a goal, the overall project of the CCF, it is the training

“The rise in National is a goal, the overall project of the CCF, it is the training,” says the technical director Maurice Bouquet.

To support his statements, the former pro – more than 400 matches in League 1 – cite as well as some figures. “This season, we had a total of 44 educators, of which 36 graduates to support our 44 teams (886 licensees). There, nine will participate in the entrance tests BMF and BEF. And almost all of our U19 will integrate the N3 or the R1, the pole hopes ! “

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The responsible list also the actions taken to help the laid-off. “There are academic support and homework help, an operation that has been going on for the containment thanks to a partnership with Unicef. The RTC is the club support sections football at the college Mathurin-Régnier and at lycée Jehan-de-Beauce. A physiotherapist works with youth on Wednesday. The things we do?! “

Step up to the U17 National

There remains much to be done to Chartres, which would like to establish links with the clubs of the agglomeration, contacts are established, or even take in the short term its U17 National. But, in the mouth of Maurice Bunch, the willingness to be open and move seems real.

“It is not necessary to hide the face. There are points on which we are not good. But, if every year there’s rule two or three things… ” In the spirit, the integration of four young people on the staff of the National 2 may have the value of a turning point. Wager on its players, this is not so trivial…

Franck Thébault


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