Stade Brestois coach Michel Der Zakaria was full of praise for his striker Youcef Belaïli who put on a great performance last Sunday against Clermont. Appearing in the eleven type of the week established by the French newspaper l’Equipe, begins to find his best level and will be called to confirm to hope to be entitled to a new contract with his club at the end of the season.
Obviously, Youcef Belaïli is starting to find his marks in the French league. Breathtaking against Metz, he had another good performance last Sunday against Clermont. Indeed, he was once again one of the great architects of the victory won by his team with the score of two goals to nil, by delivering an assist on a stroke of genius (a cross without momentum from outside right foot).
After a very difficult start, the left winger of the national team seems more than ever determined to find his best level. He is starting to adapt to the French league and will be called upon to confirm in the matches that remain to be played before the curtain comes down on the season to hope to be entitled to a new contract which expires at the end of the current financial year. . Moreover, even the player wants to stay in the French league as long as possible, despite the tempting offers he has received from some Arab clubs.
It should be noted that Youcef Belaïli is in the eleven type of the week unveiled by the newspaper l’Equipe following his fine performance against Clermont. It was rated 7/10.
“He wants to end the season well”
Stade Brestois coach Michel Der Zakarian is amply satisfied with Youcef Belaïli’s performance. He was full of praise for his player during the press conference he held after the match against Clermont.
“He is a reflection of the workforce, well in the head, with the desire to end the season well. He brings us what we expected of him, his quality of passing, of finishing. I think he is capable of finishing better, he has a good shot. He is too altruistic at times. He thinks about giving good balls, but from time to time he must be able to put in good shots, ”said the coach.
He did not stop there, adding: “They do Ramadan, it’s complicated too. Training without drinking all day is not easy and even here (in Brest), it’s not very hot. For organisms, it is tiring. On the day of the match, they drink and eat normally, otherwise I would not have played the players. They have the right, they catch up later.