Mercato | Mercato – ASSE: The arrival of Paul Bernardoni is not unanimous!

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Posted on January 7, 2022 at 3:15 am by AM

While ASSE has decided to go get Paul Bernardoni in the form of a loan, Jérôme Alonzo is not fully convinced by this choice.

As revealed exclusively by, < strong> Paul Bernardoni was loaned to ASSE by Angers . It must be said that the Greens were looking for a goalkeeper to compensate for the injury of Etienne Green , but also to bring experience to this position. “The arrival of Paul Bernardoni responds to an emergency situation as Etienne Green is currently injured. It’s also an arrival that adds experience to a very important position to increase our chances of getting results for maintenance. He comes to be the holder who will be subjected to competition. That's good, AS Saint-Étienne has two young goalkeepers for the future, ”explained Pascal Dupraz on this subject. And yet, Jérôme Alonzo is far from being convinced …

“Sportingly speaking, Etienne can bring you as many points as Paul”

“There, he is in a situation of failure in his club. It is therefore a daring bet and a risky mission. In Saint-Étienne, it will be exhibited. He will have a lot of stops to make and points to pick up. I put myself in his place. He can say to himself “I come back from injury and they put a guy already referenced in the legs” […] Pascal Dupraz will have to be a psychologist with Paul and Etienne. Sportingly speaking, Etienne can bring you as many points as Paul. He had quite a few games in a psychologically complicated situation. Green has become the darling of the adoring public. People recognize themselves in him. He is a bit of the identity guarantor of a club that is not working at all. He is loyal, discreet and quite good at it. When he does something stupid, he shuts his mouth and gets back to work. Paul (Bernardoni), will therefore have to be very good and very quickly to take the place of a kid who has won the hearts of the supporters “, assures the former goalkeeper of the Greens in the columns of Progress.

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