Sadio Mane became the owner of Bourgeois 18 in the French fourth division.
France’s L’Equipe reported on the 26th (Korean time), “Mane became the owner of Bourgefoot on Wednesday. The push for three years ago in cooperation with team president and friend Sheikh Sylla has borne fruit.”카지노사이트
Mane is a living legend in Senegal. He became the first Senegalese player to win the UEFA Champions League (UCL) and the English Premier League (EPL), and also gave Senegal its first-ever African Cup of Nations victory.
This summer, he transferred to Al-Nasr, Saudi Arabia. He moved to Bayern Munich ahead of last season, but was unable to regain his previous level of form after suffering an injury just before the World Cup. In addition, there were rumors of discord with his colleagues, including the controversy over Sane’s assault, and Mane himself became disillusioned with the German media and chose to transfer to Saudi Arabia after one season.
Mane, who is playing happy soccer in Saudi Arabia, has become the owner of a French 4th division club. Manet becomes the new owner of Bourgeois. Bourgeois announced on its official social media (SNS) that Mane had come to Bourgeois.
After announcing the takeover, Mane said, “We will develop together and create the structure of the club. It is a huge challenge. The people of Borges did not let down their guard,” he said. “The mayor of Bourges convinced me through discussions and sporting guarantees.” He revealed why he acquired Bourgeois put.
Bourges Mayor Yann Gallu said he was confident that Mane’s acquisition of Bourgesfoot would be of great help to the club, adding, “I am grateful to everyone who had discussions. I would especially like to mention that we met a year ago at Liverpool. I could not bear to see Mane coming.” did.
It is known that Mane’s decision to acquire Bourgeois was influenced by the possibility of developing Senegalese football. Mane has been generously donating to his country, including building schools and hospitals in Senegal and providing a certain amount of money and free internet to the poorest of the poor. When it comes to soccer, he has continued to do good deeds, such as building soccer fields and giving away sportswear for free.
In an interview with L’Equipe, Silla said: “We want to promote sharing and living together and build strong links with Senegal. Last year, the club sent football equipment to Senegal. Mane has expanded this partnership further. “I want to do it,” he explained.
Of course, the club itself also has a desire to develop. Currently, Bourgeois ranks 13th out of 14 teams in the 4th division with 7 games, 1 win, 1 draw, and 5 losses. Chairman Sylla mentioned that the team is aiming to be promoted to Ligue 1 (second division) in 2030 with the support of club owner Mane.