LA MINUTE SPORT This Monday, January 30 sports news
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Ambri for more speed and impact. The Nîmes workforce today celebrated the arrival of Steve Ambri. The striker, who can play as an ally, is the third signing from Nîmes and probably not the last of the winter transfer window. The 25-year-old winger has been with Sherif Tiraspol (Mosdavia) since last summer and has only been used 10 times. After terminating his contract, Steve Ambri has signed a contract with Nîmes Olympique until the end of the season. Asked about this new item, Frédéric Bompard explained the reasons that led him to hire this player: He’s a guy who’s going to bring us batters with the ball, with speed, and that’s because he’s left-handed because we only have Léon Delpech in that field because Scotty Sadzoute is injured. Experienced in Ligue 2 with Sochaux and Valenciennes “. Ambri has not played much in Moldova, but the head coach of Nimes is not worried: “ I am not worried as he continues his preparation Steve Ambri is not fit to play against Guingamp on Tuesday.
The left-back approaches. Nîmes Olympique have taken a long time to build their market in this winter’s transfer window, but the Gard club was spoken of the day before it closed. After the two midfielders Joseph Lopi and Guessouma Fofana came the two strikers. This morning, the club formalized the arrival of Steve Ambry from Valenciennes, Sochaux and from Moldovan club Sheriff Tiraspol, where he canceled his contract. It was Lys Mousset who landed in the Gard capital this afternoon. The 26-year-old striker, who burst onto the scene at Ligue 2 side Le Havre in 2015/2016 with 14 goals, went on to spend five seasons in the Premier League at Bournemouth and Sheffield United. After a difficult stint in Salernitana (Italy) last year, he moved to Bochum in Germany, where he did not play this season. The Franco-Senegalese should be on loan until the end of the season. A fifth employer is about to sign up, this time in defense. If Alexandre Coeff of Auxerrois does not arrive, the left side is expected tomorrow morning. This is a French footballer who has played mainly abroad and is also looking to revive. A profile to replace Scotty Sadzoute, who is out with a knee injury for the rest of the season.
Without Poulain, Sadzoute or Doucouré. Nîmes Olympique travel to Guingamp on Tuesday without centre-back and injured captain Benoit Poulain. For the same reasons, Mahamadou Doucouré will not visit the Côtes d’Armor, as he is still not recovered. Those out will include Scotty Sadzute, who was placed on a season-ending waiver, and rookie Steve Ambry, who did not qualify. As for Guessouma Fofana, who arrived in Nimes three days ago, he should not visit Roudourou. Joseph Lopy shouldn’t be the only new Crocodile available at Guingamp.
A reunion for Fofana : The new Nîmes midfielder, who was unveiled to the press this afternoon, already has few followers compared to these new team-mates. There’s also Frédéric Bompard, whom he met at Guingamp: “I’d be lying if I told you it didn’t work. I met him two years ago and it went very well, in person and in sports.” Guessouma Fofana played with Nicolas Benezet, whom he will meet again in Nîmes during his visit to Cotes d’Armor. But there is also Joseph Lopi, whom he often met on the pitches of League 2 “the feeling was always good between us, both during and after the game”. Steve Ambri Guessouma will not be recognized for Fofana as the two players are from Seine-Maritime. It is this department number 76 that Fofana will play for Nîmes Olympique.
Collaboration with Toulon. As part of the RCT Passion project managed by Rugby Club Toulonnais, Var club signed a partnership with Rugby Club Nîmes. First at the sporting level and with the desire to bring young Gard players to the highest level, this collaboration will facilitate the integration of talents from our area into the Top 14. RCT, the flagship club of the first division, will be able to help. In the internal structure of Nîmes (management and sports management, exchange of skills at all levels of the club). Finally, this cooperation will allow to create synergies in terms of training. “Nimes Rugby Club is proud to be a partner of Toulonnais Rugby Club. One of the biggest French clubs with internationally known players. Actions will be taken with a proliferation of concrete actions, including the arrival of RCT players on Friday, February 3, during a signing session at our Le Drop brasserie,” comments Steeve Calligaro, President of Nîmes.