The Picard club is the victim of a cascade of injuries at the goalkeeper position. Vincent Planté had not played a professional match since his retirement … five years ago.
It is the massacre in Chambly. Already deprived of several of its goalkeepers, injured, the Picard club had to bring into play its goalkeeper coach, Vincent Planté, after the injury of his last available goalkeeper, Xavier Pinoteau, during the first half of Chambly-Amiens this Saturday April 17.
He had not played a professional match since his retirement five years ago. Vincent Planté, former goalkeeper of Caen and Saint-Etienne, has resumed service at a time when the Picards are fighting to maintain them in L2. He was already on the scoresheet for several meetings, due to the forfeits of Simon Pontdemé, the number 1 who is recovering from a sprain, Kylian Le Roy, the number 3 who suffers from the hip, and Victor Gassman , the U19 goalkeeper also injured.
For his return to the top level, Vincent Planté did not concede a goal and his team won 2-0 in the Picard derby. Depending on how long Xavier Pinoteau is unavailable, he could play the next matches as a holder. In three days, Chambly must travel to Guingamp in a decisive match for the maintenance.