Weekend program (November 25-26)

Weekend program (November 25-26)

From Ligue 2 to regional championships across the Amiens Training Centre, the weekend promises to be rich for Amiens’ top clubs. an offer.

Ligue 2: Amiens club ready to move on?

Winning nine games, also unconvincing at Dunkirk (0-1), is Amiens’ dismal record in the league since mid-September. With their lack of attacking inspiration and overall inability to take a step forward in terms of their collective results, it is clear that the Omar Daf-coached side are still on their game. To avoid falling on the wrong side, namely in the second part of the table, Amiens has a great interest in taking advantage of the reversal of their match against Concarneau – initially scheduled at Stade Francis Le Play – to deliver success to the crowd that has not wavered since September 2 and the arrival of Guingamp (4-1 win). .

Amiens SC – Concarneau, Saturday 25 November (7pm), Stade Licorne

Regional: Last match behind closed doors for Longueau

A week after his terrible disappointment in the Coupe de France, Luongo must be released quickly to continue his good start to the season in the championship. The Chaumont reception will also be an opportunity for the final service behind closed doors. For its part, the Portuguese club Amiens wants to confirm its progress against the Arras team, which performed well in preparations. At lower level, Cammon intends to continue riding the good wave his cup career started.

R1: Longo – Chaumont, Saturday, November 25 (6 p.m.), Emile Noel Stadium

R1: Boulogne-sur-Mer (B) – Amiens SC (B), Sunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

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R1: Amiens Portuguese – Arras, Sunday, November 26 (2:30 pm) at Michelet Stadium

R1: Hasbrouck – AC AmiensSunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

R2: Camon – Buffet (B), Sunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.), Lucien Jovellin Stadium

R2: Bully Les Mains – RC AmiensSunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

R3: Margne les Compiegne – kamon (b)Sunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

A3: AC Amiens (B) – Palani, Sunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.), Jean Point Stadium

R3: Sineless (B) – Ile sur SommeSunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

National: Paris Saint-Germain in the Amiens SC program!

If seniors are into skating, Amiens SC can boast an efficient training center! Both leaders in the U19 and U17 divisions, the young Amiens side will start as favorites this weekend. Starting with Patrice Decamps’ squad, which will travel to Caen, which is ranked seventh in the championship. At U17 level, the Normans will come to Picardy to try and stop Picardy’s momentum.

U19: Caen – Amiens SCSunday, November 26 (2:30 p.m.)

Under 17: Amiens SC – Caen, Sunday 26 November (2:30 pm), Training Centre

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