TRAFTON KENNEY - Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Quentin Westberg made his debut with Evian TG against Boulogne on Monday, recording a shutout in his first start for the Thonon-les-Bains-based club.

The 24-year old French-American goalkeeper was recruited by coach Bernard Casoni after Johann Durand went down injured earlier in the season and was rarely tested by Boulogne in a dull affair.

Evian TG's best chance came in the 48th minute when Yannick Sagbo shot from long distance but his speculative effort never troubled the keeper.

Westberg was nearly beaten in the 78th minute by Juan Gonzalo Lorca but the Chilean forward's header hit the crossbar.

After a strong start to the season, Evian TG have now gone three games without a win.

They currently sit in fourth place and face Clermont-Ferrand next Friday.