The current play-off with one point ahead of the first relegation player, Saint-इटtienne intends to recover after a blowout 6–2 in Lorient. Pascal Dupraz is expected to react on Saturday for the 32nd day of Ligue 1 against Brest.
Mandatory rebound for Saint-Etienne. The eighteenth in Ligue 1, thrashed by Lorient (6–2) on Friday in Mustoir, has owed its supporters’ reaction against Brest (5 pm) on Saturday. In a series of four games without a win, the Greens would try to raise their heads and make the people forget the shipwreck in Brittany.
“An Extraordinary Challenge”
“Losing against a direct competitor in a maintenance operation has its share of risks. You are not surprised to learn that defeat exists. What is surprising is the magnitude of the score. It is as if we took six uppercuts to the face.” were taken.”, underlined Pascal Dupraz at a press conference this Thursday. But there’s no way for him to worry.
“Ever since I was a child, I have lived in an optimism that some would describe as blissful, but for my part it is much more than realistic optimism. The club’s salvation will depend on its defensive tenacity. We have Was well corrected, then we handicapped ourselves. The normal goal difference would certainly count”, warned the technician from Saint-Etienne, who arrived on the bench in mid-December.
“It is common to say that it is difficult to retain Saint-Etienne after such a start, with so few points after 22 days, he also recalled. But it is beautiful to retain a club. Demand that each of us take our responsibility to make this trying season a truly beautiful moment to be shared among all lovers of Saint-Etienne. It is an extraordinary challenge, a wonderful story.”
Before this 32nd day of Ligue 1, Vahbi is one step ahead of Khajri’s teammate Bordeaux, who are relegated earlier but are 17th and one point behind Clermont, who have just lost their last five games.