This Friday during the last day of the Nationals, the winners of Bourg-en-Bresse, Villefranche-Beaujolais will play a play-off against 18th in Ligue 2, Cuvély-Ruen or Rodez.
On Friday evening, the great success of Villefranche-Beaujolais (3rd) against Bourg-en-Bresse (4-1) would not be enough to automatically validate a ticket to Ligue 2. Because at the same time, Annecy 2- is applied. 0 against the sedans. This result forces Calados to go through the play-offs against 18th in Ligue 2. The rivals will be either Quavili-Ruen or Rodez, who play their last league match on Saturday.
The dream of a straight climb was gone in the last watch of an hour
Long stopped by Sedan (8th), Annecy found salvation thanks to striker Alexei Bosetti, a former Nice player, who, after a personal feat in the penalty area, reversed the first stadium double. Repair (74th) then the punishment of a whistle for one’s own fault (78th) by replacing one. Annecy has already played in the Second Division French Championship from 1984 to 1993. Guy Stephen was the coach between 1989 and 1992.
Laval ensured his return to Ligue 2 from Day 32, five years after his relegation. At the bottom of the standings, Bastia-Borgo, in a relegation position throughout the season, had thought to defend themselves by leading 1–0 against Sete until the 88th minute, but was eventually stripped of their support by Heraultis of the match. He scored two goals in the end thanks to a double from young striker Amin Saba (88, 90 + 1), who entered the game in the 60th minute.
Results for the 34th and last day:
Red Star – Concarneau: 5 – 1
Annecy – Sedan: 2 – 0
Bastia-Borgo – Sets: 1 – 2
Chambly – Boulogne-sur-Mer: 1 – 0
Cholet – Chateuroux: 0 – 1
Orleans – Laval: 3 – 2
Avranch – Cretel: 2 – 1
Stade Briochin – Le Mans: 2 – 2
Villefranche Beaujolais – Bourg-en-Bresse: 4 – 1