The HBGR is moving to Chambéry this Saturday, November 26 at 6 p.m. After its defeat against the leader Montpellier last weekend, the Bagnolais need to revive.
Hanball Bagnols Gard Rhodanien travels to Chambéry this Saturday, November 26 at 6 p.m. for the 11th day of National 1. A match which promises to be complicated against the second in the championship, undefeated at home and which is on a series of six consecutive victories. “It’s a difficult team to play which has a very efficient training centeranalysis Dominique Clavié, the coach. It plays fast, with players who have individual qualities above average. They have shooters who don’t hesitate to take the shot.”
In terms of adversity, this Chambéry team is very similar to that of Montpellier against whom the HBGR lost (30-35) last weekend. “I’m not used to hiding behind that but there was incomprehensible refereeing in this match. We had the impression that he was whistling only on one sideexplains the coach. We have some regrets because I think we had the weapons to compete. We were more consistent throughout the game.”
Only one victory in eight games
It will therefore be necessary at least to reproduce the same content to hope to leave Savoie with a result. For the moment, with 14 points, the Bagnolais are still in second to last place in the standings. They have won just one of their last eight games.“We are in the hard and it is complicated to get out of itblown Dominique Clavié. We have no certainty and in these moments it is difficult to hold on.” Yet his men “do not give up”. “On the investment, there is nothing to say. They have been working all week.”
For this perilous trip to Chambéry, Antoine Aniol is very uncertain. The left-back hasn’t trained all week.