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Stade Brestois.  Jean Lucas, it’s class!  – Stade Brestois


Ligue 1 (28th day). Stade Brestois – Dijon: 3-1

With his unique look, low socks and high shorts tucked into the jersey, Jean Lucas, in the style of the 80s, clashes in Ligue 1. But the class of the Brazilian is elsewhere. In a right foot that delivered two assists, Wednesday, in an ultra-important game in the fight for maintenance. In a madness to contain sometimes, again, like this pass of the chest lost in its 35 meters, without danger, finally. This is one of the reasons that pushed Lyon, which believes in its long-term potential, to lend it this winter. To gain in playing time, of course, but also to purify a palette that could take him far in his career.

Used in number 10 position in Monaco on Sunday in a 4-3-3, Jean Lucas fell a notch against Dijon, in a 4-4-2, associated with Paul Lasne. Haris Belkebla, never replacing this season, has paid the price. An attractive novelty that allowed the 22-year-old Brazilian to take the light, even if he died in the second half, not far from being transparent at times, probably not yet 90 minutes in the legs.

A sublime pass for Cardona

But during the first 45, it was the most prominent Brestois, the trigger for Breton attacks. He throws Franck Honorat in the depth on the first goal, he delivers a jewel to Irvin Cardona on the third with a touch of the ball licked at the entrance to the surface. “I told him, it’s an exceptional pass,” says the Brest striker. I make the call to open up the space for him, but I’m not surprised to receive his ball. He has this technical ease which can bring us defensively and offensively ”.

Each time holder since the trip to Strasbourg a month ago when it could be used

, Jean Lucas is essential in the collective. Just like this assumption of responsibility when taking these free kicks close to the opposing goal, which he hits in the majority of cases.

The compliment of Grégory Coupet

“It brings us what we wanted, this technical touch in addition, this lucidity, analyzes Olivier Dall’Oglio. In the locker room, he is very discreet, but he feels comfortable ”. Appreciated by his teammates, Jean Lucas is also appreciated by Grégory Coupet, now in the Dijon staff but who knew the midfielder in Lyon last season. The two men passed each other in the halls at the end of the match at around 9 p.m. “Guapo (**), that’s what you’re doing, keep it up!” “, Launched the coach of the goalkeepers of the DFCO. Jean Lucas thanked him, delighted, before leaving to join his family for a few more months.

He could not play against Lyon, because loaned against OL

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