recruits and extensions for Sarreguemines FC

recruits and extensions for Sarreguemines FC
recruits and extensions for Sarreguemines FC

The Sarreguemines FC management is actively preparing the squad for the flagship team, promoted to National 3. Discussions for the extensions of certain elements continue every day.

At present, thirteen players have already agreed to continue the adventure: goalkeepers Jonathan Grébil and Ludovic Fossati, as well as Romain Winterstein, Nassim Bakria, Luca Bourger, Stephenson Cessy, Evans Erius, Badr El Moussaoui, Romain Sabater, Pharell Amingelé, Abdetjallil Benna, captain Aymar N’Gueni and the latest, the fiery Mohamed Boutargui, who scored in the decisive play-off against Cormontreuil (3-1).

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The club has also recruited six players and announced the first two names on Wednesday evening. They are Karim Djerrah, a young gun from Colmar. The 18-year-old striker finished top scorer in his Regional 1 group last season, played with the reserve team. The second recruit is called Morgan Moasary. The 17-year-old attacking midfielder comes from Soleil Bischheim, also in R1. Note that a third name has leaked: Samir Bounouar, a 20-year-old midfielder who comes from US Forbach.

Sahin: we’re talking…

Several negotiations are still underway within the squad, particularly regarding Enes Sahin, the elusive striker of the Faïenciers. The new coach Anthony Hacquard (ex-Belfort), will take up his duties on July 15, when training resumes.

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