Published November 5, 2018 at 5:30 pm
According to information from the local newspaper Le Populaire du Center, CSP Limoges wanted to tell Mam Jaiteh that his future would no longer be written in the club, which wants to reshape its workforce and look for a leader.
It will move to Limoges! He beat 19 points in the Principality of Monaco this weekend, a fifth defeat in eight days, the CSP points to a glorious fifteenth place in the Elite, with two wins in front of the first relegation, Cholet. Faced with this difficult situation, the leaders of the club limougeaud have decided to undertake great maneuvers to revive the team according to local daily news People in the center. The first "victim" of these changes could be Mam Jaiteh. The French international pivot, left on the bench by Kyle Milling for the last three days, would have seen the CSP sports director Olivier Bourgain say he would not wear the club's colors this season and that he could be compensated financially for breaking his contract. According to CSP leaders Limoges, the former player from Strasbourg would be too much against the return of Samardo Samuels' suspension and the arrival of Damien Inglis this summer.
After the "mistake" Boutsiele, Limoges looks for a leader
Another symbol of a declining CSP Limoges, Olivier Bourgain told players that the club was wrong when he recruited Jerry Boutsiele. Arrived from Cholet, the twenty-five year old was seen as a profile close to that of Brian Conklin, the American wing who chose to enter Australia at the end of last season. But the former Cholet was a pure pivot, the recruitment error soon became obvious and was admitted by CSP Limoges staff. The departure of Mam Jaiteh should therefore allow the club to recruit to rebalance its workforce and restart the car. This, in the eyes of the leaders, would pass through the arrival of a new leader and two names stand out: Aaron Craft and Jordan Theodore. For the former Munich player, the operation seems difficult in view of his desire to find Italy and Trento. As for the current Milanese, the concern comes from his salary expectations, difficult to meet. The rebirth of the CSP is sought after, but it seems complicated.