“The African Champion and 4th of the 2017 Cadet World Cup, Cheick Doucouré, has committed beginning of february 2018 with the Racing Club Lens for a lease of a season and a half plus 3 years of option. he joins his compatriot, Souleymane Diarra also passed by the AS Real of Bamako. “
Arrived at Racing Club Lens a few weeks ago for a test, the young talented international Malian trained at the JMG Academy of Jean-Marc Guillou at Bamako did not take time to convince the leaders who enlisted him for a period of a year and a half with 3 years in option. According to a club official, Doucouré is for the moment, the only player, among many others put to the test that could convince the management of the club Lensois. The information of the officialization of the signature was given through the official website of the club.
At the moment of the signature of the youngster’s contract with a great and unstoppable shot, Eric Roy Sporting Manager of the Racing club of Lens spoke about the qualities of the now share holder of the AS Réal of Bamako. ” Cheick is a clean and technically interesting runner-up midfielder who has a playing intensity and a profile that was not yet at our training center. of Lens, we noticed his good adaptability, he is very attentive and serious, he wants to progress, he can fell it, he knows what he wants and he is intelligent. We loved it! It’s a boy who breathes football! A lot of young players have had tests at home and this is the first one we keep. This is proof that he has an interesting profile “ is how he described
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As well Cheick Doucouré is conscient of what this means for his career
“Very happy to announce my signing with the Racing Club de Lens. This prestigious club that has seen Aruna Dindane and today Karim Hafez (Egypt) and Souleymane DIARRA, all JMG academics, trusted me to help continue writing a beautiful story.
I know that challenges are important and I need the blessing and support of all to live up to expectations. It is an opportunity for me to thank my father, my mother and all my family, faithful and unwavering supporters. All my gratitude to Jean-Marc Guillou and the entire JMG Academy as well as all its partners who put their confidence in me since a was small and allowed me to believe that everything was possible. To the entire National Cadet team of Mali, Players and coaches, to all those who near or far, have been at my side at one time or another, thank you. The story must only begin …
RS Lens official site page for Cheick Doucouré : CLICK HERE