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Amateur football.  Our great stories of the year 2020 – Our great sports stories in 2020



1. Pierrick Le Bert, the doors of Paradou finally reopened

With La Montagne (R1), Pierrick Le Bert did not experience defeat. Leading the championship, he also eliminated US Concarneau in the Coupe de France before the end of the competition. But the former FC Lorient midfielder left Morbihan to return to Algeria where he serves as director of the Paradou AC training center.

[Arnaud Le Sauce revient sur ce départ plus émouvant que prévu de Pierrick Le Bert]

2. The incredible story of AS Tagarine

In France, there were only two D4 teams qualified for the 5th round of the Coupe de France. Among them, AS Tagarine, a Côtes-d’Armor club created this summer by a group of friends. This one has multiplied the exploits to reach this stage. Laurent Rivier tells them.

[La belle histoire de la Coupe de France en Bretagne à revivre avec le parcours de l’AS Tagarine]
The club AS Tagarine (D4) was one of the revelations of the Coupe de France season in Brittany. (Photo Laurent Rivier)

3. The passion for football from father to daughter T +

Football, with the Menguy, is passed from father to daughter. Jean-Luc, coach in Plougonven (Finistère) of the senior women’s B team, transmitted the love of the ball to his daughters.

[Chez la famille Menguy, à la JU Plougonven, je demande… le père et ses filles]

4. Pinvidic – Coat: “After a physical session, the descent of the stairs is harder! “

The first is 33 years old and has 12 seasons at Plabennec, the second is one year younger but has played at the Stade Plabennecois for 15 years. In August, before the resumption of the National 2 championship, Jérémy Pinvidic and Steven Coat, the two former members of the Finistère club, engaged in the game of the cross interview with Mael Moizant.

[Steven Coat et Jérémy Pinvidic racontent leur histoire indéfectiblement liée à Plabennec]

5. The women’s section of QKFC, a pioneer in France

The Quimper women’s team was one of the first in France. She will celebrate her 50th birthday in 2021. Christine Le Roux, former player, tells the story of this group of girls in a sport then considered to be reserved for men.

[Christine Le Roux raconte « l’histoire, les débuts, la façon dont ces footballeuses sont rentrées dans un milieu d’hommes]
Amateur football.  Our great stories of the year 2020 – Our great sports stories in 2020
The Quimper women’s team, in 1976, with Christine Le Roux top right. (Photo DR)

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