Julien Stéphan, Rennes coach beaten at home against Angers (1-2) on Friday night, did not hide his bitterness after the overall failed match of his players: “I am disappointed with our match, the two faces that we have showed: a good start to the match until the goal, and then unfortunately, like Tuesday, we were joined much too quickly. After that, there are too many gaps, we cut ourselves in two, we did not manage to be good in possession. They managed to counter us, where they excel (…). We came across a good team from Angers and we showed two faces and the second too long compared to the first (…). In the first half, we unbalanced the opponent 23 times for three strikes. It’s not sufficient. It’s a failed match, or two-thirds of a failed match, in all areas of the game (…). We have a quality group but we have lost intensity and quality in the recovery of the ball, we concede too many chances (…). We know it’s difficult to play every three days but we fought like hell last season to have the chance to do these matches. And I don’t think it’s physical, otherwise we couldn’t have pushed so much at the end of the match (…). “

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