Sometimes inflamed but often unpredictable. Unexpectedly third in Ligue 1 ahead of their surprise encounter with Paris Saint-Germain, Aiglon’s side won this season on Wednesday night at Parc des Princes, but they often stumbled upon the carpet. Moreover incomprehensiblely. Against Montpellier on November 7 (0-1) or at home against Metz on Saturday (0-1). ‘Defensive foul’, ‘offensive recruitment’ or ‘lack of relationships between players’, was specifically referred to by Christoph Galtier.
What if the group formed by the new Nice coach was still too green to guarantee, without an eyelid, a stable place in the top three? “This kit is still under construction,” analyzes former gymnast Patrice Alberti. There is a slight problem with the experience, especially when it comes to playing against a low mass. This happens a lot. We have matches where the competing teams come to Nice only to defend. It should be part of the learning. “
The first season in Ligue 1 is for Bard and the second for Al Qweiri
The group has not yet agreed, especially since “there are also some young players.” The consultant continues on France Bleu azur radio: “In this workforce, we must not forget that Melvin Bard is playing his first season in the French League and that this is the second season for Amine Guueiri.” There are a lot of budding players out there to gain the experience needed to learn how to play in transitions. “
“Old” Mario Lemina, Dante and Andy Delort are there to ensure a certain tempo and maturity, but perhaps not enough to secure the podium in the long run. “They are able to make a move, but they haven’t yet been able to guarantee 90 minutes three times in a row, as is former red and black quarterback Roger Ricourt. They can reverse games, but you don’t feel a team that is destined to finish second. You don’t fully understand its topic, either. At the start of the game or in terms of confidence in general.”
European standing traits
The team, if Christophe Galtier can make the necessary adjustments, has the means to search for a European place this season. It remains to be seen which one exactly. “The team still has what it takes,” Patrice Alberganti confirms. Nice in particular has the necessary arguments in terms of the quality of the meter. “
Gouda may not allow Jim to make a feat against PSG. “Paris will have the ball, Paris will have the ball. OGC Nice can set up their game more easily. The PSG profile can help the club deliver a very interesting match,” the former player lost. Reply from 9 pm, and follow-up directly 20 minutes.
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