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Laurent Batlles said it again and again at a press conference yesterday: the important thing for the match at Quevilly on Monday evening will be to win. After the defeat in Dijon (1-2) and the draw against Nîmes (1-1), the Greens, who are still negative following their three penalty points, must win at all costs. But the technician already knows that if there is to be a victory, it will be in a scheme that he only moderately appreciates, namely a four-man defense. Indeed, Anthony Briançon is still not recovered from his glitch contracted in Dijon and he will also have to ignore the trip to Normandy …
“For now, I don’t think we’re changing much (at the tactical level), Batlles said at a press conference. We’ll see with Anthony (Briançon) but it’s very likely that we won’t take a lot of risk. In the state of mind, it was interesting against Nîmes. From what I saw in training, it reassured me that I wanted to get a result at QRM. Today, to be able to set up this project, we would have to have the players to play in this project. We have to be a little rational, try to take points to secure our club, the workforce, secure everyone. We will have to put something in place by September 1 that can allow us to really put the project in place.”
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ASSE coach Laurent Batlles is expected to renew his four-defender scheme against Quevilly-Rouen on Monday evening because Anthony Briançon will not be available. The technician prefers 3-5-2 but admits not having the players to evolve like this currently.