Basketball (N1): the draft becomes clearer for Berck, one last match for nothing

Basketball (N1): the draft becomes clearer for Berck, one last match for nothing
Basketball (N1): the draft becomes clearer for Berck, one last match for nothing

Considering the clashes planned for the last day, Berck will finish 5th or 6th in this relegation pool, one of the three or four worst teams of the season (out of 28). A disaster, regardless of the coach (Kleefstra or Tchicamboud), largely attributable to the players who lost a laughable number of matches in the money time. A little more winning instinct, and frankly not much, would have been enough to give them a ticket to next year’s N1. Finally on a sporting level.

Two N2 clubs refused accession last year

The sweet madness of the Federation to impose a minimum of 40 matches on the division’s teams next year (compared to 30 on those of the Elite like Le Portel or Gravelines, look for the mistake) began to reshuffle the cards, to close the doors of “progressive” professionalism to many fragile clubs, incapable of following this headlong rush. Pont-de-Chéruy has already thrown in the towel, Rueil is threatening to do so (its town hall having turned off the tap) and we saw last year that two out of four N2 clubs had refused accession.

Berck’s final ranking (5th or 6th, or 2nd or 3rd draftable) will depend on the result of Lorient against LyonSO. If the Bretons win, they will pass Berck regardless of the result of the ABBR against the INSEP. If they lose, Berck will keep his 5th place, even in the event of a defeat. In short, a last match without stakes and bland. Like the season. Fortunately, the management team led by Bruno Fiolet managed its business better in the offices. This might offer a miraculous ticket next year. If enough unfortunate people give up their earned place on the field, they…


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