Half figs, half grapes a weekend for LPFC with 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses.
The flag team of Luc Primaube football, which hosted Juventus Papus last Saturday at the La Primaube Municipal Stadium, hopes to finally get the first win of this 2022-2023 season.
Challenging match, not to lose so as not to get stuck. Facing an equally poorly ranked visiting team, Franco Vignola’s players more than competed, but if there was will, it was not enough. In this tense match which lasted for the whole 90 minutes, the local people won in the 78th minute. It was with his head bowed that Leuko-Primoubois returned to the locker room. On the contrary, the guests, the big beneficiaries of the evening who have come out of the relegation zone with this victory, burst into jubilation. Complex, on the other hand, with a draw and four defeats on the clock, flirted with relegation. Next match on 26 November against FC Comtal. Team 2, leading 1-0 at the break by Levezou, responded well in the second half with a logical equalizer by Dumbia in the 53rd. A fair draw for these two cautious teams who locked down their defence. For Team 3, it lost 2 to 1 to Olympus. The U18s who received Ranguil dominated the first half, creating a big first chance, the ball being returned by the post. On the other hand the visitors progressed. Yellow and Green opened the scoring through Noah. Ranguil equalized the 47th goal. From that moment the locals forgot the game and we had to wait till the last hour of an hour to see their reaction. The Toulouse goalkeeper made the save he needed on Yanis’ header. It was then Gaspard who contacted the bar on a spectacular shot. A penalty whistle could be blown by the referee after a Toulouse hand in the penalty area. Alexander Puch’s protégés had to be content with the draw. The next day on Saturday, 19 November at Confluence FC. U17 won 5 to 1 (goals from Doziak (2), Rodat (2) and Paget) in Villefranche-de-Roigue. The win also U15’s team 1, with a 7 to 3 clincher including 4 goals in the last 10 minutes (goals from Hugo Jette (2), Tom Agullo (2), Ethan Olier, Robin Thomas and Julien Mazar) against Onet – The -Chateau/Monastery. The U15s team 2 lost against JSL 2, 2 to 1 (goal by Ryan Amri-Terrell).