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Ligue 1 – Zaire-Emery, Baleba, Ben Seghir… These nuggets that will explode in the second half of the season

Ismael Doukoure

  • RC Strasbourg
  • Defender
  • 19 ans
  • 10 matches (752 minutes played)

He left and returned to the rhythm of returns and injuries within the Strasbourg workforce. But Ismaël Doukouré’s last performances probably gave him a lot more playing time for the second half of the season. Far from being ridiculous against Paris Saint-Germain and Kylian Mbappé, even if he has sometimes suffered, the trained central defender is progressing visibly, especially on the offensive level.

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His superb goal scored against Troyes rewarded his efforts. Julien Stéphan wanted “to dig“with him, his successor Mathieu Le Scornet trusted him during Racing’s last two successful matches, against Lens (2-2) then Lyon (1-2). He still needs to improve in terms of tactical rigor and accuracy, but he is on the right track.

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  • Lille OSC
  • Defender
  • 17 ans
  • 4 matches (267 minutes played)

Some already dare to compare him to William Saliba. For his precocity, first, since last September he became the youngest Lille player to start a Ligue 1 match in the 21st century, at 16 years and 308 days. Also, and above all, by the tranquility it exudes. Established in the last two matches of LOSC in the absence of José Fonte, he is now ahead of Alexsandro Ribeiro in the hierarchy thanks to his “mentality“you know”concentration“, two qualities praised by his coach Paulo Fonseca.

In the game philosophy of the Portuguese technician, his phlegm and his quality of recovery are two other major assets. It would therefore not be surprising to see him more regularly in the second half of the season, even without a hinge absence.

Carlos Baleba

  • Lille OSC
  • Midfielder
  • 19 ans
  • 8 matches (201 minutes played)

He has already made himself comfortable. Despite an exclusion less than fifteen minutes after coming into play when receiving Angers, Carlos Baleba retained the confidence of Paulo Fonseca. Holder during the last two meetings of LOSC in the league, the Cameroonian impresses with his physical dimension and, above all, his ability to find the right passing angles forward.

Of course he impresses meconfided Rémy Cabella about him last December. He is still fiery in his game. […] He’s a very powerful player and if in the future he understands the game a little more he’s going to be amazing.” Baleba embodies the project initiated by Olivier Létang in the North and Paulo Fonseca seems to want to make him a potential holder alongside Benjamin André and despite some competition in the middle. Promising.

Carlos Baleba

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Warren Zaire-Emery

  • Paris Saint Germain
  • Midfielder
  • 16 ans
  • 7 matches (124 minutes played)

Warren Zaire-Emery has already made a lot of noise, Paris Saint-Germain exhibition obliges. In a machine that has been somewhat seized up lately, the 16-year-old prodigy (!) is a real bright spot. Very involved, rather discreet in general despite an already very assertive personality on the ground, the “Titi” impressed by his impact during his first tenure, in Rennes.

All the answers he gives are good, logical, coherenttold us José Alcocer, who was his coach with the France U17 team. He has an accuracy of play that is very rare at his age. Technically, tactically, in the engagement: he is stunning everywhere.” His coach Christophe Galtier considers him capable of starting in Ligue 1 and the Champions League.

The presence of the former Nice coach and Luis Campos offers him a slightly more favorable framework than it was for the other talents who have passed through the Parisian training center, despite the quality of the professional workforce. Its evolution will be scrutinized very closely.

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Eliesse Ben Seghir

  • AS Monaco
  • Attacker
  • 17 ans
  • 4 matches (267 minutes played)

Eliesse Ben Seghir has chosen to reveal himself in a sensational way. The young winger scored twice in one period after coming into play at Auxerre on December 28. Before that, he had only played … a minute in the European Cup. Since then, he started each time in Ligue 1, either with Wissam Ben Yedder or with Breel Embolo. If he still needs to expand athletically, he is gifted with great technical finesse.

His trainer, Philippe Clément, has already expressed his desire to “protect” him against the dangerous game of the agents and those around him. Brother of Salim Ben Seghir, who has not yet broken through in Marseille, a member of the very talented 2005 generation (Tel, Bitshiabu, Doué…), the Monegasque brings a lot of variety to the team’s attacking front. And should therefore retain a good margin of maneuver in the weeks to come.

Eliesse Ben Seghir (Monaco) scored twice on Wednesday December 28 in Auxerre. / League 1

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