The draw between Sochaux and Auxerre, this Friday during the tenth day of Ligue 2, made the business of the Toulouse leader, expected against Caen on Monday. The other big losers of the day? Paris FC and Nancy.

Sochaux and Auxerre could not be divorced (0-0) Friday night in the Doubs, during a 10th day of Ligue 2 which saw Paris FC sink in Niort (4-1). A day which, moreover, will have been fatal for the German coach of Nancy, Daniel Stendel, thanked after another setback at home against Amiens (1-1). Sochaux (20 pts) is provisionally second with three points behind Toulouse, which will host Caen (13th) on Monday (8:45 pm) at the end of the day. Auxerre follows in third place, tied on points (19) with AC Ajaccio (4th), moving to Bastia (18th) in the Corsican derby on Saturday afternoon (3:00 p.m.) .

For its part, Paris FC, which had nevertheless reacted well on Tuesday against Nîmes (2-0) after three defeats in a row, abandoned 5th place in Le Havre (17 pts), winner 1-0 in Nîmes thanks to a goal from Senegalese Jamal Thiare (64th). The Parisians suffered the domination of Niort, who scored by Bryan Passi (3rd), Dylan Louiserre (16th), Ibrahim Sissoko (71st) and Lenny Vallier (75), against a goal by Arnaud Tattevin (85th), and finds himself 8th with 15 points.

Nîmes (9th, 13 pts) is five consecutive games without a win, unlike Le Havre de Paul Le Guen, now in a series of seven games without defeat. Dijon (16th), after three straight wins, relapsed at home against Valenciennes (12th) who won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Mathis Picouleau just before the break.

Another away victory, that of Dunkirk in Pau (2-1) when the two teams finished at ten. The Dunkirk, still penultimate (6 pts), had not yet won any game this season. Pau and his coach Didier Tholot, a surprise team at the start of the season, are 7th with 15 points. The meeting ended in confusion, with several scuffles on the pitch.

In Nancy, the situation remains dramatic for the red lantern (4 pts, 0 victory), with a new poor performance at home, a draw (1-1) against Amiens (17th), who played all the second pà Nine period after the exclusions of Tolu Arokodare (43rd) then Kader Bamba (45-3)! The public in Nancy loudly expressed their anger in the last few minutes, and just a few minutes after the meeting the club announced that they had “fired Daniel Stendel and his staff” and that Benoît Pedretti would take over the interim head of the professional team pending the appointment of a new coach.

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