Will Still looks back on the end of the Reims unbeaten streak


Obviously very touched and moved after his first defeat at the head of Stade de Reims against Olympique de Marseille (2-1), Will Still wanted to react to the end of his team’s unbeaten streak. It must be said that the Reims remained on 19 meetings without defeat under the leadership of the Belgian coach who wanted to point the finger at the incredible history of the Reims formation. “Not at all, it’s not the end of the series compared to what we proposed and that’s exactly what I told the players at the end of the meeting. We can already be very proud of the history we have written so far because there are not many teams that will go 19 games without defeat. confided the young technician of only 30 years.

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The Reims coach then returned to the end of the season awaiting his team: “Today we may be paying for a lack of efficiency and concentration at times. We wrote a story and now it’s up to us to write another on the 10 games they have left. To push yourself to the end to grab something, anything. To pick up points. If we look at the content this evening, we managed to put a very good Marseille team in difficulty, in a very intense match, a lot of duels and second balls. I can only be proud to have put this Marseille team in difficulty until the 90th. concluded Will Still.

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