Girondins4Ever – [Amical] The Tops/Flops of Girondins4Ever after Bordeaux

the Places called Girondin in Bordeaux game this Thursday, September 22 at 6:00 pm which is a friendly match to fill this international break. It was in Limoges facing the Clermont Foot Auvergne 63.

The game ends at a 2-3 loss in the final minutes of the game. The score does not reflect the content of the game. The men of David Guion however getting playing time for some and discovering the professional level for others.

The opportunity for us to deliver TOPS and FLOPS players from FCGB during this meeting:

TOPS: Sissokho / Bakwa entry / Depussay

Issouf Sissokho: The Malian midfielder was lined up from the start against Clermont Football. David Guion Want to give him playing time because he is counting on him for the next matches and the least we can say is that he is returning this trust to Issouf! He has all the shots in the midfield. In the first stage, Bordeaux most dominated the debates, even if they were unable to settle the score. Issouf Sissokho everywhere, very fair technically, speeding up the game and exceptional ball handling and protection. He is the boss around Bordeaux. To get out of Yoann Barbet he even regained the captain’s armband in the second half. An excellent performance that means the Malian must play this season!

Dilane Bakwa’s entry: Attack again Girondin struggled in this game. The first period was rich in possession but poor in chances and especially in finishing. Logan Delaurier-Chaubet had a hard time finding the duo Aliou Badji – Josh Maja and the latter always failed in the last act. At halftime David Guion BROUGHT Dilan Bakwa, left a 4-3-3 and we saw the difference. He pushed the Clermont defense back before cracking against his percussion. If he missed the last move at times, the young winger brought a real plus up front, scored a good goal and showed that this season we couldn’t have done it without him.

Emeric Depussay: It was a great reward for the young midfielder who was in Tops in this game. Positioned on the right piston at the start of the game, in a 3-5-2, he helped again without complaining about the role. He doesn’t hesitate to go into the lane, he also defends well although sometimes the Clermont striker forces him to take risks. In the second half he regained his position in the midfield and did the job there as well. But precisely in his supported burns, Emeric Depussay acted as the leader of this young team. He’s used to it, he was the captain of this young guard last season in the National 3during the second half of the championship.

FLOPS: Fransergio / Delaurier-Chaubet / Barbet

Francis: It is cruel but there is no need to change the picture of Flops because the Brazilian is there again… It is not relentless against him but the sad truth. We want to see a Fransergio in Tops, author of a successful performance but this is not the case… At the start of the game we saw him rise 2-3 times, try two shots, one will end up in the gloves of the goalkeeper, the other is crushed and countered… then that’s it. Oh yes, in the second goal from Clermont, he was caught losing the ball and the score dropped. This is often the case, his lack of impact and speed lacking in midfield. If we see the benefits ofIssouf SissokhoonEmeric Depussay and even the second stage ofEmilien Makagniwe wonder how David Guion able to leave the Brazilian immunity totem…

Logan Delaurier-Chaubet: The young player is positioned in one of the positions he likes, attacking midfielder. In the 3-5-2 system at the start of the game, he was in the middle, just behind the duo. Aliou Badji – Josh Maja. but Logan struggled to find himself on the pitch. He always finds himself in the same line of attackers, which makes him a 9. He does not weigh the first period except for some attacks that are not finished, the last move n is not always good. In the end, he may be more comfortable with one side. Replaced at half time by Dilan Bakwa.

Yoann Barbet: The captain is not easy either. Placed in a central three defense but not on the side he played when he was on Queens Park Rangers, Yoann Barbet could not prevent the team from conceding two goals in the first period. If he is not directly involved in the goals, he will not be the boss we hope for. But it’s just a friendly match and we know it’s going to be intense. Let’s not forget that he hasn’t played an official game in a long time. Replaced by the 62nd youth Emmanuel Biumla.

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