France’s Top Teams, Players Through Week 5

[tps_title]The Biggest Surprise[/tps_title]

Dolphins MVP

 Nice Dauphins (5th)  (3-2)


Following a complicated offseason, the Dauphins starting 2015 with conservative ambitions. In an interview with Vox Stadium , Jean-Luc Donivar, president of the Nice club, said the team’s top goal was maintaining staying in the Elite league. But it is clear that the Dauphins could ultimately play spoilsport in the quest for the playoffs.

Even on points with the Flash and the Black Panthers, respectively third and fourth, the Dauphins, fifth, enjoy an a position where everything is possible. This is evidenced by their 3-0 home victory against defending champs Thonon in week 2 (see highlights ). This low score perfectly illustrates the strengths that Yannick Fattorini‘s players rely on: defense. With a great defense – allowing only 18.8 points per game – the Dauphins have been strong at home.

But one thing is for sure, Nice will have to work hard if they hope to keep pace in the second half of the season. This will begin next Saturday with the tough road trip to the Black Panthers who have revenge on their minds.

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