“Football, a passion without any hassle”

“Football, a passion without any hassle”
“Football, a passion without any hassle”

Farès Harakat, 20, is one of the promising footballers from the Drouais region. Meeting with the ACSF right winger, author of a hat-trick, last Sunday.

If Dreux ACSF can still continue its quest to remain in R3, it owes it in part to Farès Harakat. Author of a hat-trick last weekend against Blois (5-1), he led the team coached by Rachid Belkasmi. However, the young right winger, with a delicious left foot, was only in his fourth match with the first team, rather accustomed to the reserve.

“I try to enjoy myself on Sunday afternoons on the lawns”

Three minutes. This is the time that the slender Drouais player needed to score a quick double in the first half (24′ and 27′), before scoring the final goal at the end of the match (89′) and closing the Drouais feast. After dropping the goalkeeper, Harakat pushed the ball into the empty goal and went off to celebrate like crazy his first “hat-trick” at this level. “I managed to do my special today,” said the right winger after the final whistle.

His special? Take the depth before returning to your left foot to feast. “I am a player who likes to be forgotten on the side, then I attack the spaces, they put me in depth and I make the difference with my speed. » Three times, it was practically the same pattern, for the same result: goal, goal and goal!

After the XXL performance that his colt had just released, Drouais coach Rachid Belkasmi spoke of his player’s success: “He has total confidence. Farès has just returned from injury and has only played four matches for us, including the last three. He’s a young kid who has a lot of qualities to aim higher, but he still has to learn certain things. » Before pushing his point further: “Young people these days want everything quickly, but you have to be patient and work. Farès still has a lot to learn, but he was damn effective. We have seen it, when he is confident, he delights us and that bodes well for the future,” admitted the Drouais coach, very satisfied with his attacker’s performance.

Settle

Trained at neighboring Dreux, the FCD, Farès Harakat, who began his history with football at the age of 5, joined the Dreux ACSF team just two years ago, to have “pleasure”. with friends. » The will-o’-the-wisp explains his vision of football: “It’s a passion that I share with friends, without any hassle and I try to enjoy it on Sunday afternoons on the lawns. »

Next objectives for him: to seek maintenance then settle down permanently with the first team.

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