New president and increasing numbers in Cahors football

The board of directors evaluated the beginning of the season. Numbers are increasing in both the football school and the women’s teams.

The 2023/2024 season continues at full speed at Cahors Football Club.

An evaluation was made regarding the start of the season at the last board of directors, headed by the new president Franck Léonard, with 430 license holders and 25 teams participating in the competitions.

Three senior teams were launched.

The flag team competing in Region 2 ranks 9th with 10 points. After a difficult start where it was necessary to rebuild the link, results have been improving with wins since November, new coaches Jean-François Barros and John Breuil know that it is necessary to give confidence to the players to achieve care. The restart match against leader Comtal on January 13 will be important.

The Big 2 are ranked 3rd in the D1 Region, where Yoann Choudjaye and Gaetan Picot are supervisors; The comeback phase should allow this team to position itself for the final sprint.

The satisfaction of the senior 3, led by Luc Coelho, who took a good 2nd place in the D3 Championship, there are also plenty of youngsters. U14-U18 teams, one of the youth teams of Football 11, reached an agreement with PSV Olt for the 3rd time in a row. Competing in Region 1 with the best clubs of the league and ranking 6th at the break, the U17s made a good start to the season, while the 2nd team aims to be promoted to U18 R2 at the end of the season. The U18s are ranked 6th in Region 2.

U15s finished the Region 1 group in 1st place, and U14s playing in the Region finished the first stage in 4th place.

The number is increasing among girls

Training at the football school level focuses on learning and the joy of playing. Fifteen trainers supervise the young players and follow the training modules; This number includes 150 licensees from U6 to U13.

Girls love football and the numbers show it; After the decrease in their numbers, their numbers are increasing with players between the ages of 8 and 15. Jean Christophe Marzec, the reference of the women’s department, develops his staff with educators.

The senior girls group consists of approximately twenty players playing in Season 2 in Region 2 and is ranked 5th at halftime. Many young U18s have joined Jerôme Delbosc’s team, which must perfect its adaptation for the 2nd part of the season.

On the entertainment side, the football school runs courses during the school holidays, the next one will take place in February, the Christmas tree was recently organized and two lotteries are planned for the beginning of the year.

Recognizing the efforts made by the volunteers, President Franck Léonard will organize an evening for them as well as a partners’ night in February. Secondly, it stands by both the club and corporate ones to support the club’s projects.

Another big moment is the preparations for the 43rd Easter tournament, which will take place on 30, 31 March and 1 April and will be attended by many French clubs in the U12 category.

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