The men trained by Mohamed El Fethi Abed had however started the meeting badly, escaping the first round at the hands of the Carabins. They then came from behind at the start of the second set and didn’t look back.
It is well deserved. We see the work that has been done throughout the year. The guys have done well and are reaping what they sow. says the head coach.
It was the first provincial university title for the Vert et Or in 25 years. The team’s last triumph was in the 1996-97 season.
The team was built during the COVID year, we didn’t play. So we started doing targeted recruitment for specific positions. On a recruited very good players. Afterwards, there was still the individual and collective work to be done.says Mohamed El Fehti Abed.
” The guys are very good players technically and develop very quickly tactically, but for me it’s the spirit, it’s the will to win and the collective spirit that allowed the solidity and strength of our group. »
From the start of the season, the troupe had set itself the goal of reaching the U Sports Canadian Championship, which was held in Winnipeg from Friday to Sunday. Now that it’s mission accomplished, the pilot considers that dreaming is allowed.
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Moreover, the core of the team is quite young this season. Of a total of 15 players, 13 are in their first year on the university circuit. Mohamed El Fehti Abed therefore had to carry out colossal preparation work even before the start of the season.
I have scheduled a lot of exhibition games, because these players have to play. They have to make mistakes, they have to lose games. That’s always at the start of the season that we allow you to do that. […] In winter, when the season resumed, the team was collectively ready and so was I.
” I am someone who likes to win. I do everything to win. I think I managed to convey to the players that you have to believe in it. »
It is filled with pride in himself and his men that the head coach will arrive in Winnipeg on Friday. The opponent of the Vert et Or in curtain lever was still to be determined on Sunday.