LA MINUTE SPORT Sports news for Monday, May 16th

Like last season, Nimes will be leaving to train at Mindy (photo by Norman Jardine)

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training in mandi. After ending the season on Saturday with a loss to Bastia (0-2), Crocos are now on vacation and most of them will now be concerned about their future. Training is scheduled to resume on June 20. “I want everyone to be on time, with no extra holidays!” », Nicolas Osach warned that, without naming, Moussa Kony and Sidi Sarr, who arrived several weeks late during preparation last year, should certainly have been targeted. The Senegalese may also want a change of air between now and refreshment. On July 3, the group will leave for four or five days of training in Mende (Lozer). “We are thinking about the possibility of traveling for two or three days to another destination.”Drop the coach. At least four friendly matches will be scheduled between now and the resumption of the tournament scheduled for Saturday, July 30. “Depending on the intensity of the workforce on June 20, we may add a fifth match over the course of a week with two matches”concludes Nicholas Osach, who will take a few vacations to build his collection for next season.

Per Kristian Bratveit left a farewell message on social media (Photo Anthony Maurin).

The first departures. It is clear that the end of the season marks the departure of many players. And the coach himself announced on Saturday evening, after the last game of the season, that the atmosphere in the dressing room was somewhat of a goodbye. On the same evening, it was goalkeeper Per Christian Pratveit who announced that he would not be at the club next season with a thank you message posted on his Instagram account: “Thank you for such a great year! I would like to thank all the players, staff and fans for this year. Nim will always be special to me. We will meet.” The purchase option will not be used in relation to the Norwegian goalkeeper and the latter will return to FC Djurgardens in Sweden. If Lucas Dias has played the last three games of the season, Nimes would prefer to appoint a new goalkeeper this summer. Yesterday, FC Boulogne-sur-Mer (N2) formalized the arrival of Christophe Raymond as head coach. The NO assistant who arrived in July 2021 is leaving the club after a year at Gard. His departure marks the end of Reda Hammach’s NO era after the departure of former sporting director and coach Pascal Blanc last January. Théo Sainte-Luce, whose signature was formalized in Montpellier several weeks ago, also delivered a farewell message to the networks: “Know that I will always be grateful for the opportunity this club has given me and I wish all the best to Nîmes Olympique. It is time for me to take on a new challenge and achieve new goals by discovering Ligue 1.” next one…

Tonight on our live show Good evening JaredRani Assaf, President of Nîmes Olympique, will be in our group for the first time. See you at 6:30 pm on our Facebook page to follow the show.


Arthur Pontet and Nim lost in Egg Mort (photo by Anthony Morin).

Nîmes Joker Network. Despite conceding a 1-1 equalizer at the end of the match against Toulouse 2, Alice was crowned the Patriots 3 champion on Saturday in Biparot. The Alésiens team will develop in N2 next season and cannot catch up until three days before the end of the tournament. At the same time, the audience at Philibert Schneider Stadium faced a crazy match. Booker led 2-0 after seven minutes against Castanet before losing 3-2 before the half-hour mark. Finally, Akrour snatches the tie point in the second half (3-3). The SB 30 is the seventh and must be maintained athletically for the next day. Regarding maintenance, Nim Reserve missed the opportunity to climb to 10And Place, not relegated, lost 2-0 to Aigues-Mortes. Saliners are clinging to fourth and junior Crocus is twelfth but one point behind Blagnac in tenth. Everything is still possible! After receiving Alice, next week, they will face direct competitors in maintenance: Blagnac, away, and Castanet, at home. At the moment we are heading towards four relegations in this group of N3, since at the level above (N2), two Occitanie teams are relegated to the First Division: the Colomieres and the Montpellier Reserves. So Nim would have to take 10th place to make sure he saved himself.


In the semi-finals, Nîmes will meet RCHCC (Photo Yannick Pons)

big piece in half. Nimes did not go into detail on Saturday against Rummelli at Kauffman Stadium. After losing by three points in the first leg (19-16), Gardoa easily reversed the situation by winning 46-15 in the Federal 1 quarter-final. RCN continues its journey and will face RC Hyères-Carqueiranne-La Crau in the semi-finals. The task does not look easy for Nimes since Varroa finished top of Group 2 with 100 points in 22 days (20 wins, a draw and a loss). In the final stage, RCHCC proved ruthless by winning four games: against Graulhet (23-13, 25-20) and Vienna (15-5, 37-0). Nîmes will have a lot to do and the dates of this duel are known. The first leg will be in Kauffman on Sunday, May 29 at 3pm and the return leg in Hyeres on Sunday, June 5, still at 3pm.

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