Once again, it is far from Walter-Felder that Habib Boumezoued’s men will play this weekend. But the least we can say is that for the moment, this is not prejudicial to Enzo Bovis and his teammates, who have been looking for victories on the side of Lens and Beauvais without batting an eyelid.
But this Saturday, we will still have to be wary of the team coached by Stéphane Saillant, who has just won in Lensoise land also with a score of 2-0. Impressive once again last week against the Lusitanos de Saint-Maur, the FCF91 will be able to count on its men in form of the moment like Marvyn Belliard, Clément Badin and of course Anthony Petrilli, on fire since the start of the season with three goals registered in as many meetings.
The attack is also the big reason for satisfaction at the start of the season. Eight goals scored in three matches, the best total in the pool, and above all a multitude of chances and a game decidedly on the offensive. FC Fleury is playing well and FC Fleury is impressive. Besides Belliard and especially the serial scorer Petrilli, the activity and vision of the game of Thomas Gamiette improves the game of his partners. The former Paris FC player (195 matches in L2) shines in the midfield and age does not seem to have a hold on him, despite his 35 years.
All the lights are therefore green for Boumezoued’s troops but we must not ignite, far from it because the road has just started. However, we should not be choosy and spit on this good start to the championship that Lions fans hope even better after this weekend with a fourth victory in a row. The opportunity to have a nice party next week for the reception of Schiltigheim and to consolidate a little more the emerging ambitions of the Ile-de-France club.
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