October 16, 2021

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“The fight we must not lose on our ground”

"The fight we must not lose on our ground"

Coach Denis Lavagne, and hosted a press conference at 1 Stadium yesterdayIs-November -1954, This Wednesday’s match against Coton Sport‌ promises to be difficult, and announces that the meeting qualifies as a win-win fight at home to start the group stage on a good note.

“It’s true that I have known the opponent well since I was his coach ten years ago, but I think the players have changed. I know, this team has some characteristics. With the Cameroonian teams, you can always expect a fight. “

“This is a particularly dangerous team on set pieces”

The coach seems to have studied the former team game he drove in 2008 and with it he played in the CAF Cup Final. “They try to surprise us with a counterattack. They are a particularly dangerous team on set pieces. We have to be very vigilant and we have no choice but to put a lot of pace in this match.”

“It’s less physical and playful than the Stade Malian”

Continuing his analysis on his next opponent game, after watching some matches of the French technician and the Cameroonian, he found that their game was less physical compared to the Stade Malian, which caused a lot of problems for JSK in the previous round. “Cotton Sport is a youth coaching club and 5 players participated in the last CHAN, so you have to be careful about that. It’s a less physical and playful team than the Stade Malian we eliminated.”

“The defensive defense we need to destabilize”

In the previous two rounds of the CAF Cup, the Cameroonian team won their two long-distance matches against the Nigerian Society Sports Association (1-0) and the Zambian club the Green Eagles (2-0), a testament to the visibility of the latter against the Durjura Canaries. Hamron’s teammates should take this team very seriously. “We have to be careful about this team that has won all the distant games in previous rounds and not scored any goals and we have a responsibility to try to destabilize and attack this team.”

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“I rely a lot on the good condition of my players.”

After qualifying with Stade Malian‌, JSK had two league wins over MCA and O Médéa, allowing them to prepare for Wednesday’s meeting with good courage. “The state of mind is good, because we are in good dynamics, with these two great victories in a row and difficult situations in the league, but we were able to turn in our favor. The morale of the players is high and this is very important as an important meeting is approaching.”

“Anything can happen during this match”

The coach expects a difficult match with this well-traveled Cameroonian team. “I’m not optimistic or pessimistic, I’m realistic. We know it’s difficult and we need to do what we can. We can imagine anything, but a lot of things happen during a match. We see the match scenario.”