Starting out the month with a top of the table clash, Toulouse took on Paris Saint-Germain and despite both sides having clear cut chances the match ended as a scoreless draw. Toulouse would put together two consecutive wins over Stade Malherbe Caen and Girondins de Bordeaux before another scoreless draw against Ajax in the first leg of their Champions League matchup.
Next up, Toulouse managed two more victories in the Ligue 1 by defeating both AS Monaco and FC Nantes by two goals. To finish the month, Toulouse defeated Ligue 2 side La Berrichonne to book their place in the French Cup semi-finals.
Despite playing magnificently in the past two seasons for Toulouse, it is clear that Oscar Trejo is in career best form this season after once again being named Player of the Month for the second month in a row.
The 29-year-old is in his fifth season with Toulouse and is believed to be very happy playing for the club at the moment but is likely to want a move back to Argentina towards the end of his playing career.
Despite putting together a good month of results, Toulouse remain two points behind Paris Saint-Germain who currently sit on top of the Ligue 1 table. Olympique Lyonnais, AS Monaco and Olympique Marseille complete the top five, with a substantial gap separating them from the teams below.
At the bottom end of the table, Angers SCO finally won their first game of the season in a 2-1 victory over Girondins de Bordeaux. En Avant de Guingamp, FC Metz and US Orleans will fight to survive the relegation zone with two of the three sides expected to go down as FC Lorient who are currently above the sides mentioned finding themselves closer to sixth place than the position below them.
After both sides failed to score in the first leg at Amsterdam ArenA, Toulouse will face Ajax at Stadium Municipal with the winner set to go through to the next round. Toulouse will need to beat Ajax to advance while if Ajax score in the second leg they will only require a draw to qualify, another non-scoring draw will see the game head into extra time.
After defeating Stade Malherbe Caen and La Berrichonne during February, Toulouse have been drawn against FC Nantes in the semi-final of the French Cup. The other semi-final will see AS Saint-Etienne travel to face FC Lorient.
After suffering a jaw injury during February, Emanuel Mammana is expected to only be out for a few days at the start of March. It is likely that he will miss the Ligue 1 fixture against FC Lorient but is expected to be fit for the next fixture against Ajax.
M’Baye Niang is set to undergo fitness testing tomorrow to see if he is fit to play, should he fail it is expected that he will be out for a further week as he attempts to return after suffering fractured ribs.
Toulouse start the month with two consecutive home fixtures, firstly a Ligue 1 fixture against FC Lorient before taking on Ajax to see who advances to the next stage of the UEFA Champions League.
Stade Malherbe Caen is next up for Toulouse followed by a fixture against AS Saint-Etienne at Stadium Municipal. To finish the month, Toulouse face Dijon FCO at Parc des Sports Gaston Gerard.