Offensive festival in Corrèze. The Toulousains imposed themselves with style against Troyes by scoring no less than six goals at the end of a controlled meeting from start to finish, this Saturday July 9 at the start of the evening, in Tulle (6-1).
In Tulle, the Toulousains did not go into detail. A clear 6-1 victory against physically borrowed Trojans.
Here’s what to take away from the meeting.
For Dallinga, we will go back
The Dutch striker lived his first minutes with the purple jersey. A half-time with the youth team precisely. But the attacker did not have much to eat. A center intelligently cut at the first post and then that’s it. Lacking rhythm, he couldn’t really show the extent of his talent. To review.
He wanted to prove to his coach that he will have to be counted on this season. Holder of the position of right winger in the absence of Nathan Ngoumou (he will resume on Monday), Yanis Begraoui made a very clean copy yesterday. Very leggy and inspired in his dribbling, the former Auxerrois was in all the good moves in Tulle. He also signed his first goal with the purple jersey with a skillful strike in a mouse hole (2-0, 36th). A few minutes later, he served in the best conditions Dejaegere for the goal of 3-1 (45 + 1). His match would have been perfect if he had finished facing an empty goal at the start of the first period. But Steve Mvoué’s pass was uncertain. One thing is certain, he scores points.
Quiet Haug, Dupe takes out the parries
New goalkeeper Kjetil Haug had almost nothing to do. Powerless on the penalty shot very well by Ilic (2-1, 44th), the Norwegian did not have a decisive save to make except perhaps this exit with both fists on a free kick that was not very dangerous. Meanwhile, in the second period, Maxime Dupé made three crucial saves and kept his goal clean.
We will have to count on Farès Chaibi
He signed pro last February and proved yesterday that he hadn’t stolen his place. The young striker positioned on the left wing in the second half gave the opposing defenders a bad time. Author of his second goal in as many friendly matches (4-1, 49th), he is also at the origin of the fifth goal thanks to an overflow which put all the Trojan defenders in the wind (5-1, 51st ). But beyond his flashes in the area, it is his vision of the game that is interesting. It’s simple, he sees everything before everyone else. A great promise for the Violets.
The Toulouse coach insisted that there was no problem with Rhys Healey, in response to an article published on our site on July 6. We wrote that the striker was not present during a video meeting, Montanier made a point of providing some clarifications: “Contrary to what has been said, he attends all the video sessions except those which do not concern him. not”, explained the coach who wants the striker to continue the adventure with the TFC. Healey meanwhile refused an extension from the club.