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The Swiss Cup, a passport to the game

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On the one hand, professional footballers who have practically not stopped kicking the ball since last summer. On the other, amateurs whose championships were interrupted in the fall and training banned for five months. Between the two, the Swiss Cup, a fragile bridge over a ditch that the health crisis has deeply dug.

The construction however held: this Wednesday at 6 p.m., the Vaudois of Vevey United (1st league, fourth division) and the Valaisans of FC Monthey (2nd inter league, fifth division) receive respectively Servette and Lugano, second and third in the ranking of Super League, as part of the round of 16 of the competition.

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