Ligue 2: Home stretch for Paris FC, aiming to rise to Ligue 1

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Fourth, four points behind Ajaccio, Paris FC spared no effort to steal second place from the Corsican club during the final five days of the regular season. To do this, Parisians must achieve a flawless

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Paris FC is preparing to start the domestic season of its season. Fourth in the Ligue 2 championship with 60 points, the club are four points behind Ajasio (second) in the race to climb. The first two straight 38th in the championship and the last go to Ligue 1 at the end of the day. Teams ranked third to fifth can expect to join them by playing the play-offs with 18th place in Ligue 1.

But the initial objective for Paris FC remains the same: to validate the increase at the end of the regular season. “The aim is to finish as high as possible. With the season underway we want to go straight to Ligue 1. Later we are ready to make the play-offs but first we are not going to hide, the aim is to get second place Do it,” defender Ousmane Kante told The Indian Paper.

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Faresi: “What happened to us can happen to others”

Parisians now have five matches to reverse the trend and forget March’s negative spiral. Paris FC finished a four-match series without a win last weekend without a win in Rodez (1-0). This allowed him to be tied with Sochoux, who completes the major quintet. The leading group distanced itself from the rest of the peloton, with Valenciennes (6th) 13 points behind 5th. So Paris FC is guaranteed to compete in the play-offs at least.

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Pierre Ferresi’s club receives Kane on Tuesday evening, according to Thierry Lowry, before leaving for Bastia on Friday, “a team that should not have met at this time”. Valenciennes, Amiens and Grenoble would be their final adversaries. Laurie knows that her team must achieve “almost a full house” if they want to give themselves a chance to catch up with Ajasio. Then, it would be necessary to rely on one or more wrong moves from your direct competitors. “What happened to us can happen to others too,” wants the club president to believe. After all, the game is full of dangers.

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