After a catastrophic first part of the season, concluded with a red lantern place in Ligue 2, ASSE took advantage of the winter transfer window to strengthen itself, and relaunch in the race to maintain. A situation which has created some criticism within the championship, since teams believe that they are not fighting on equal terms with the Greens. But Denis Balbir steps up to the plate.
Relegated to League 2I’ASSE experienced a catastrophic first part of the season with the key to a red lantern place which jeopardizes the future of the club. Consequently, to avoid disaster, the residents of Saint-Etienne took advantage of the winter transfer window to strengthen themselves drastically with the arrivals of Gaetan Charbonnier, Dennis Appiah, Gautier Larsonneur, Kader Bamba and Niels Nkounkou. A significant recruitment for a team of L2 which has aroused several criticisms, in particular from opponents of the Greens who consider themselves aggrieved. But Denis Balbir don’t understand these comments.
“I find it difficult to understand this feeling of injustice”
» So yes, I have heard here and there clubs complaining about the winter transfer window. Valenciennes mourns Gautier Larsonneur, some direct competitors are annoyed by the inequity and the fact that Sainté was able to rebuild a team in January… Personally, I find it difficult to understand this feeling of injustice that transpires from the speech from other clubs. Was it ASSE that created…
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