2009–10 Chamois Niortais F.C. season

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Chamois Niortais
2009–10 season
President Joël Coué
Manager Pascal Gastien
CFA Group C 1st
Coupe de France Eighth Round
Top goalscorer League: Simon Hébras (17)
All: Simon Hébras (20)
Highest home attendance 3,600 (v. Luçon)
Lowest home attendance 500 (v. Angoulême)
Home colours

The 2009–10 season marks Chamois Niortais' 84th season as a football club. After their relegation from the Championnat National in 2008–09 following a 17th-placed finish, Chamois Niortais return to the Championnat de France amateur, the fourth tier of the French football league system, for the first time since 1984. The relegation also saw Chamois Niortais lose the professional status that they had held since achieving promotion to Division 2 in 1985, becoming a semi-professional team.

News[edit]

04.06.09: Pascal Gastien is appointed as head coach of the first-team following the dismissal of Denis Troch.[1]

10.06.09: Quentin Bernard and Johan Gastien sign new deals with the club, whilst Simon Pontdemé leaves for Brest.[2]

12.06.09: Kévin Aubeneau, Maxime Ras, Vincent Bolot, Simon Hébras and Pierre Jamin agree new deals with the club.[3]

15.06.09: Goalkeeper Pascal Landais becomes the club's first new signing of the summer from Thouars.[4]

17.06.09: Nicolas Marti signs a new one-year deal with Niort.[5]

22.06.09: Despite having agreed to new deals with the club, Maxime Ras and Vincent Bolot sign for Raon-l'Etape.[6]

25.06.09: Niort re-sign defender Djibril Konaté from Fontenay, their second signing of the summer. Mamadou Camara signs a new contract.[7]

29.06.09: Niort continue the trend of re-signing former players with the capture of Vincent Durand.[8]

01.07.09: Germain Lugier becomes the fourth new signing of the transfer window.[9] Striker Romain Jacuzzi joins Stade Laval.[10]

05.07.09: Defender Vincent Guignery arrives from AS Beauvais Oise, signing a one-year deal.[11]

10.07.09: Senegalese international striker Mouhamadou Diaw becomes the club's sixth new player.[12] The fixtures for the Championnat de France amateur Group C are released and Niort discover that they will start the season at home to Bordeaux Réserve.[13]

11.07.09: Johan Letzelter is announced as the seventh signing of the summer.[14]

16.07.09: France under-19 international defender Damien Da Silva joins Ligue 2 side LB Châteauroux.[15]

29.07.09: Carl Tourenne returns to his first club, becoming their eighth summer signing.[16]

31.07.09: Veteran striker Arnaud Gonzalez signs a new two-year deal with Niort.[17]

06.08.09: Midfielder Ronan Biger leaves Chamois Niortais to join newly promoted Championnat National side AS Moulins.[18]

08.08.09: Chamois Niortais begin their CFA campaign with a 3–0 victory over Bordeaux Réserve.

12.09.09: After a convincing start of five unbeaten matches, Niort suffer their first defeat of the season, a 0–1 loss away to Red Star Saint-Ouen.

03.10.09: The side progess to the fifth round of the Coupe de France with a 6–2 win over Angoulême CFC, a game which included a second-half hat-trick by striker Mouhamadou Diaw.

05.01.10: Former striker Luigi Glombard is the club's first signing of the January transfer window.

First-team squad[edit]

During the summer of 2009, Chamois Niortais made a total of eight new signings, whilst a total of sixteen players left the club and three players were promoted from the youth team. The summer also saw a change of management, with former Chamois Niortais player Pascal Gastien being appointed for his third spell in charge of the club, replacing Denis Troch, who was sacked following the relegation to the CFA.

Non-playing staff[edit]

Name Role
France Pascal Gastien Manager
France Franck Azzopardi Assistant manager
France Fabrice Fontaine Physiotherapist
France Emmanuel Zacchéo Club doctor
France Nicolas Ferdonnet Osteopath
France Claude Soldera Intendant

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Pos Player From Fee Date
GK France Pascal Landais Thouars Foot 79 Free 15 June 2009
DF Mali Djibril Konaté Vendée Fontenay Foot Free 25 June 2009
MF France Vincent Durand Paris FC Free 29 June 2009
FW France Germain Lugier AS Cherbourg Football Free 1 July 2009
DF France Vincent Guignery AS Beauvais Oise Free 5 July 2009
FW Senegal Mouhamadou Diaw La Vitréenne FC Free 10 July 2009
DF France Johan Letzelter Calais RUFC Free 11 July 2009
DF France Carl Tourenne Amiens SC Free 29 July 2009
FW France Luigi Glombard Unattached Free 5 January 2010
FW Burkina Faso Tanguy Barro Unattached Free 29 January 2010

Out[edit]

Pos Player To Fee Date
GK France Simon Pontdemé Stade Brestois 29 Free 10 June 2009
MF France Vincent Bolot US Raon-l'Étape Free 22 June 2009
FW France Maxime Ras US Raon-l'Étape Free 22 June 2009
FW France Romain Jacuzzi Stade Laval Free 1 July 2009
DF France Damien Da Silva LB Châteauroux Free 16 July 2009
MF France Ronan Biger AS Moulins Free 6 August 2009
FW France Samuel Delahaye Les Herbiers VF Free
MF France Nicolas de Géa Free
DF France Robin Desserne Free
MF France Yvan Kibundu Free
FW France Luigi Glombard Free July 2009
DF Cape Verde Jimmy Modeste Free
DF France Jonathan Rivierez Free
MF Republic of the Congo Denis Tsoumou Free
FW Senegal Cheick Oumar Dabo Le Havre AC Loan return
MF Argentina Matías Pérez García C.A. Cerro Loan return
DF France Yannick Fischer None Retired

Statistics[edit]

League position[edit]

As of 11 April 2010[19]
Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
1
Chamois Niortais
34
18
11
5
53
23
30
99
2
Yzeure
34
16
10
8
39
29
10
92
3
Luçon
34
15
11
8
45
39
6
90

Pld = Games played, W = Games won, D = Games drawn, L = Games lost, F = Goals scored, A = Goals against, GD = Goal difference, Pts = Points (Win = 4 points, Draw = 2 points, Loss = 1 point)
1st position gains promotion to Championnat National.
16th, 17th and 18th positions are relegated to Championnat de France amateur 2.
Reserve teams are ineligible for promotion to the National; in the event of a reserve team winning the league, promotion will be awarded to the highest-placed senior team.

Goalscorers[edit]

Includes all competitive matches. The list is sorted by firstly league goals, and then alphabetical order, when total goals are equal.

Name Nation Position League Coupe de France Total
Simon Hébras  France FW 17 3 20
Arnaud Gonzalez  France FW 13 0 13
Pierre Jamin  France MF 8 2 10
Mouhamadou Diaw  Senegal FW 3 5 8
Luigi Glombard  France FW 3 0 3
Johan Gastien  France MF 3 0 3
Mamadou Camara  France DF 2 1 3
Nicolas Marti  France MF 0 3 3
Vincent Durand  France MF 1 1 2
Germain Lugier  France FW 1 1 2
Kévin Bacle  France MF 0 2 2
Johan Letzelter  France DF 1 0 1
Carl Tourenne  France DF 1 0 1
Thomas Bustreau  France MF 0 1 1
TOTALS 53 19 72

Matches[edit]

Pre-season[edit]



18 July 2009
17:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 0 Les Herbiers
Gonzalez Goal 55'71' Report

22 July 2009
19:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 5 – 5 Fontenay-le-Comte
Fabien (trialist) Goal Goal Goal
Diaw Goal
Konaté Goal
Report N'Diaye Goal Goal Goal
Rodriguez Goal
Mornet Goal
Stade Municipal, La Tardière

25 July 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Vertou 1 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Kopalsic Goal 24' (pen) Report Bacle Goal 19'
Si Salem (trialist) Goal 56'
Stade du Saunier, La Chaume

1 August 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Cholet 3 – 0 Chamois Niortais
Radigoi Goal 33'62'
Merle Goal 50'
Report
Stade Municipal, Courlay

Pre Season Top Scorers
Rank Player Goals
1 France Arnaud Gonzalez 3
= France Gilles Fabien (trialist)
3 Senegal Mouhamadou Diaw 2
= Mali Djibril Konaté
5 France Kévin Bacle 1
= France Simon Hébras
= France Pierre Jamin
= France Germain Lugier
= France Si Salem (trialist)
Final standings; as of 1 August 2009


For their pre-season, Chamois Niortais played friendly matches against a series of Championnat de France amateur and Championnat de France amateur 2 sides. Two of the teams, Les Herbiers VF and Vendée Fontenay Foot, will be in the same division as Niort this season.

The team began their pre-season campaign with a convincing 6–0 victory over CFA2 side SO Châtellerault at the Stade de la Montée Rouge, with the goals being scored by six different players including new signings Djibril Konaté, Mouhamadou Diaw and Germain Lugier. They followed this up with their only pre-season game to be played at the Stade René Gaillard, a comfortable 2–0 defeat of Les Herbiers VF, where both goals were scored by long-time Chamois Niortais striker Arnaud Gonzalez.

On 22 July 2009, trialist Gilles Fabien scored a hat-trick and recent signings Diaw and Konaté each scored their second goals of the pre-season as Chamois Niortais drew 5–5 with local club Vendée Fontenay Foot. Three days later, Chamois Niortais won away from home at CFA2 outfit USSA Vertou by two goals to one, eventually scraping victory thanks to a second-half strike from trialist Si Salem. The team's final pre-season friendly ended in a "cruel" 0–3 defeat to CFA2 side SO Cholet, with the result being described as "one to be placed among the accidents".[20]

CFA Group C[edit]


8 August 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 3 – 0 Bordeaux Réserve
Gonzalez Goal 26'50'
Jamin Goal 29'
Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,240
Referee: D Kanoute

15 August 2009
18:30 (CEST)
Les Herbiers 1 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Prestat Goal 42' Report Hébras Goal 26'
Stade Massabielle, Les Herbiers
Attendance: 1,400
Referee: E Coppola

22 August 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 1 Montluçon
Diaw Goal 73' (pen)81' (pen) Report Sall Goal 65'
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 1,825
Referee: N Meyer

30 August 2009
15:00 (CEST)
Le Mans Réserve 1 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Sylla Goal 28'
Wague Yellow cardRed card 80'
Report Diaw Goal 85' (pen)
Letzelter Red card 35'
Stade Léon-Bollée, Le Mans
Attendance: 146
Referee: J Guillou

5 September 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 0 Yzeure
Hébras Goal 35'
Jamin Goal 50'
Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,100
Referee: C Simon

12 September 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Red Star 1 – 0 Chamois Niortais
Da Pina Goal 24' Report
Stade Bauer, Paris
Attendance: 500
Referee: M Liegault

19 September 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 2 Libourne-Saint-Seurin
Jamin Goal 20'27'
Bernard Red card 49'
Report Adoue Goal 50'
Didion Goal 82'
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,100
Referee: G Gueguen

27 September 2009
15:30 (CEST)
Paris SG Réserve 2 – 0 Chamois Niortais
Ngoyi Goal 51'
Boli Goal 74'
Report
Camp des Loges, Paris
Attendance: 300
Referee: M Le Cornec

10 October 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 1 Toulouse Fontaines
Hébras Goal 61'81' (pen.) Report El Khallouki Goal 20' (pen.)
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: F Baussay

24 October 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Balma 1 – 3 Chamois Niortais
van den Bruwaene Goal 3' Report Gonzalez Goal 46'
Hébras Goal 58'
Letzelter Goal 88'
Stade Municipal de Balma, Balma
Attendance: 200
Referee: S Lesavre

7 November 2009
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 1 – 0 Fontenay-le-Comte
Tourenne Goal 59' Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,490
Referee: T Hervieux

11 November 2009
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 1 – 0 Colomiers
Hébras Goal 89' Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,300
Referee: G Vaugeois

14 November 2009
18:00 (CET)
Aurillac 1 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Berjali Goal 20' Report Jamin Goal 68'
Stade de Baradel, Aurillac
Attendance: 685
Referee: V Teulet

28 November 2009
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 0 Luçon
Gonzalez Goal 19'33' Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 3,600
Referee: S Bar

5 December 2009
19:00 (CET)
Pau 2 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Martins Goal 45'
Ricaud Goal 52'
Report Gonzalez Goal 7'
Hébras Goal 39'
Stade du Hameau, Pau
Attendance: 600
Referee: V Teulet

16 January 2010
19:00 (CET)
Genêts Anglet 0 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Report Hébras Goal 30'
Glombard Goal 85'
Stade Municipal Saint-Jean, Genêts
Attendance: 150
Referee: G Dany

23 January 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 1 – 1 Albi
Camara Goal 36' Report Saleh Goal 74'
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,637
Referee: F Baussay

30 January 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 2 – 1 Les Herbiers
Lugier Goal 37'
Jamin Goal 90'
Bernard Red card 45'
Report Sylva Goal 7'
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 3,014
Referee: G Vaugeois

6 February 2010
18:00 (CET)
Montluçon 1 – 0 Chamois Niortais
Herluison Goal 22' Report
Stade Dunlop, Montluçon
Attendance: 400
Referee: A De Mula

13 February 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 0 – 0 Le Mans Réserve
Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: G Blanchet

6 March 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 4 – 0 Red Star
Hébras Goal 2'7'65'80' Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,384
Referee: J Guillou

13 March 2010
18:00 (CET)
Libourne-Saint-Seurin 0 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Report Camara Goal 7'
Gonzalez Goal 45'
Stade Jean-Antoine Moueix, Niort
Attendance: 300
Referee: R Canal

20 March 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 3 – 0 Paris SG Réserve
Hébras Goal 18'41'
Gonzalez Goal 37'
Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: S Bar

30 March 2010
18:00 (CET)
Toulouse Fontaines 0 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Report Gastien Goal 59'
Gastien Yellow cardRed card 90'
Stade des Fontaines, Toulouse
Attendance: 150
Referee: R Naas

3 April 2010
18:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 1 – 1 Balma
Gonzalez Goal 50' Report van den Bruwaene Goal 53'
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 2,456
Referee: F Baussay

3 April 2010
18:00 (CET)
Yzeure 1 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Maronne Goal 32' Report Glombard Goal 75'
Stade de Bellevue, Yzeure
Attendance: 896
Referee: O Dumoulin

10 April 2010
18:00 (CET)
Fontenay-le-Comte 1 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Gauvin Goal 39'
Blais Red card 52'
Report Gonzalez Goal 4'
Hébras Goal 61'
Stade Municipal, Fontenay-le-Comte
Attendance: 1,322
Referee: G Vaugeois

Coupe de France[edit]

Along with all the clubs in the Championnat de France amateur, Chamois Niortais entered the competition at the fourth-round stage this season. The draw for the fourth round was made on 23 September 2009 and Niort were drawn at home to Division d'Honneur outfit Angoulême CFC. Niort reached the fifth round with a convincing 6–2 victory over Angoulême, a game which saw the club's first hat-trick of the season, scored by Mouhamadou Diaw, and were again drawn against a Division d'Honneur side, this time away to Ligugé. On 17 October 2009, the side secured a 5–0 win over Ligugé to progress to the sixth round. After another 5–0 victory over SO Châtellerault in the sixth round, the side were handed a seventh round away tie at seventh-division outfit FC Saint-Jean-le-Blanc. Niort were eventually knocked out of the competition in the eighth round following a 3–1 defeat away at SA Thiers.

Fourth round[edit]


3 October 2009
18:00 (CEST)
Chamois Niortais 6 – 2 Angoulême
Bacle Goal 7'
Camara Goal 20'
Bustreau Goal 39'
Diaw Goal 66'75'90'
Report N'Di Goal 83'
Bacle Goal 88' (og.)
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Attendance: 500
Referee: F Doucet

Fifth round[edit]


17 October 2009
18:30 (CEST)
Ligugé 0 – 5 Chamois Niortais
Report Diaw Goal 47'89'
Lugier Goal 66'
Durand Goal 88'
Hébras Goal 90'
Stade Municipal Maurice Girault, Ligugé
Referee: A Zitouni

Sixth round[edit]


30 October 2009
20:00 (CET)
Chamois Niortais 5 – 0 Châtellerault
Marti Goal 24' (pen.)84'
Bacle Goal 28'
Jamin Goal 50'90'
Report
Stade René Gaillard, Niort
Referee: C Jugié

Seventh round[edit]


21 November 2009
14:30 (CET)
Saint-Jean-le-Blanc 0 – 2 Chamois Niortais
Report Hébras Goal 52'
Marti Goal 90'
Stade Lionel Charbonnier, Saint-Jean-le-Blanc

Eighth round[edit]


12 December 2009
19:00 (CET)
Thiers 3 – 1 Chamois Niortais
Abessolo Goal 16'58'
Khrimou Goal 50' (pen)
Report Hébras Goal 79'
Parc des Sports Antonin Chastel, Thiers

References[edit]

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