Audrey Crespo-Mara has already prepared for her comeback. No doubt in order to have as much free time as possible to visit his son, who left France a few weeks ago. Indeed, Sékou Mara, who played for Girondins de Bordeaux, was transferred to England in order to bail out the coffers of the club which had fallen into Ligue 2, and which even risked being demoted to National. But between the transfer of the journalist’s son, and other players, the club owned by Gérard Lopez will be able to “stay” in the second division.
If Bordeaux supporters are happy, this is probably much less the case for Thierry Ardisson’s companion. Already seeing her son was not easy, going to England to see him play will be even more complicated… She also mentioned these difficulties during an interview with Cable Sat Hebdo many months ago. “With his little brother, we go down as much as possible to see him in Bordeaux. But now that he is a pro, we can no longer attend his training sessions”she regretted at the time.
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Especially since when Sékou Mara was really exploding, the COVID was pointing the tip of its nose and making coming to the stadium impossible. “Because of the Covid, we were unable to attend the matches this year. I hope that this great French club will quickly pick up the colors. And that my son will be able to fully flourish there”she hoped when the Girondins were still playing in Ligue 1.
Now, it is therefore in England that Audrey Crespo-Mara will have to go to support her son. A situation that inevitably saddens him. Fortunately, she was able to smile again by visiting Jacques and Thomas Dutronc a few weeks ago. Indeed, the journalist was invited to the father and son in Corsica as part of a future interview broadcast on seven to eight. “Our back-to-school guest, for the show on Tuesday August 28, is someone who is very rare in the media. So I’m very happy to have him. It’s Jacques Dutronc. I would have him with Thomas Dutronc and I’m going to see them in their Corsican refuge, near Monticello”announced the journalist on European 1 this Monday, August 1.
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