Chambly must find solutions, while the Isarian club is deprived of many players, positive for the British variant of Covid-19. Retired for three years, Vincent Planté will be on the bench this Saturday (7 p.m.) against Clermont, if the match takes place, both as a coach but also as a substitute goalkeeper, more than three years later. his retirement.
A few hours before the kickoff of the match between Clermont and Chambly, which is due to start at 7 p.m. this Saturday on behalf of the 25th day of Ligue 2, uncertainty still remains as to the holding of the match. The situation remains blocked while 11 Camblys players tested positive this Friday.
“A completely crazy week”
Therefore, only 16 players will be entered on the scoresheet if the match takes place against Clermont, including only 10 professionals. Retired since 2017, when he became goalkeeper coach, Vincent Planté should therefore be on the scoresheet. An unexpected experience for the 40-year-old man, a former porter in Caen in particular. “For now, it’s really a crazy week. Killian Le Roy will be in goal tonight and me on the bench,” Vincent Planté told RMC Sport.
Vincent Planté will therefore have a double hat, in the absence of Bruno Luzi, who also has symptoms of the British variant of Covid-19. Chambly’s usual trainer returned to Oise this Saturday morning. “Regarding the coach, I am not alone because I have Clément Deneu (the video analyst, Editor’s note) who will be with me and we will be in regular communication with Bruno Luzi, said Planté. For now, the match is play and get ready for it anyway. “
It has been a difficult week for the Isarian club, with 17 positive cases in all within the club. This Saturday morning, the Camblysian delegation was even temporarily excluded from its hotel. The establishment feared a forced closure before retracting two hours later, reopening its doors to the workforce of Chambly and in particular Bradley Danger, placed in isolation after a positive antigen test.
In the fight to stay in Ligue 2, currently 18th after 24 days, Chambly will necessarily have to achieve the impossible or almost against Clermont in the absence of several players.