South Finistère: the typical team of the weekend #21

South Finistère: the typical team of the weekend #21
South Finistère: the typical team of the weekend #21

Two brothers who each scored a double, a goalkeeper who multiplied the clean sheets, two attackers who scored a hat-trick: these are the notable players of the typical team of the penultimate day.

Goalkeeper: Mathéo Furic, Mr. Clean

If Quimper Ergué-Armel FC is at the top of its Regional 3 group without having lost a match and having conceded only 16 goals in 21 days, it owes it in part to its goalkeeper Mathéo Furic who signed for Ploneour (0- 2) his tenth clean sheet of the season.

Defenders: scoring full-backs

The Quéguiner brothers were at the party during the victory (4-1) of FC Quimperlé against Amicale Ergué-Gabéric with a double scored by the right back, Louis, without denying his defensive work.

Another inspired full-back, placed on the left in this typical team, Pierre Sivy also scored his goal with Moëlan who achieved a tennis score (6-3) against Plobannalec.

In the middle, we find the U19 and captain of the US Concarneau reserve Aurélien Cormier, solid in his position against Quimper-Kerfeunteun (3-2). He is associated with the Gabéricos Mamadou Sacko, always as serene and well placed to allow the Paotred Dispount reserve to win 2-0 in Tréboul and to remain in the infernal wake of the QEAFC.

Environments: Tallec, the permanent danger

Basic element and launching pad of the Stella Maris game, Jérémy Gloaguen scored two of the seven goals scored by Douarnenez against the little concerned Gourinois (2-7).

His team has long been condemned to a return to R3, but Dewi Le Coz allowed Plogonnec to draw (2-2) against Pont-l’Abbé and he was not far from scoring a hat-trick.

With a double and an assist, Guewen Tallec was in all the right places during the victory of DC Carhaix against the C of Stade Briochin. Playmaker or attacker, he is a permanent danger.

Attackers: Léo, the other Quéguiner scorer

He is a regular in the typical team, Léo Quéguiner, Louis’ brother, therefore scored the other two goals for Quimperlé, a habit for him

The two other attackers of this eleven of the penultimate day in the regional league are also accustomed to the fact and each scored a hat-trick: Luc Cloarec with Moëlan against Plobannalec (6-3) and Gautier Bellon with Saint-Évarzec in Clohars -Fouesnant (0-5).

All typical teams of the 29S

Photo credit: Le Télégramme



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