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ASSE: The Hamouma clan lets go of its truths after its transfer
Posted on September 20, 2022 at 12:30 a.m. by Dan Marciano
Arriving at ASSE in 2012, Romain Hamouma changed course this summer. Following the Saint-Etienne club’s descent into Ligue 2, the striker joined AC Ajaccio. Former recruiter of the Greens and agent of the player, David Wantier returned to his transfer. According to him, the leaders of Saint-Etienne did not want to keep it.
The descent of ASSE in League 2 was synonymous with the end of the adventure for many players, especially for Romain Hamouma. At the end of the contract, the striker decided to fly to Corsica and sign a one-year contract with theAC Ajaccio. At the microphone of RTL, Hamouma had reconsidered his departure.
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“I needed to leave Saint-Etienne after ten years”
“ In Saint-Etienne, things didn’t go very well. I think there were two, three seasons before where it was limited. We were once saved by the Covid, the second we held on. But it was very, very limited. And never two without three, in the third season, without being able to recruit, it was very complicated and we had a group that was a little bruised by previous years. My departure for Ajaccio? I needed to leave Saint-Etienne after ten years and I wanted to leave, to want to regain some pleasure in football with a group that lived well. had declared Hamouma a few weeks ago.
“I understand that ASSE wants to turn the page, it’s football”
Agent of Romain Hamouma, David Wantier also revealed that theASSE was not particularly inclined to keep it. ” We did not feel that everything was not done to retain him. There was a proposal, but at the same time the club was interested in Dylan Chambost with a higher salary offer than Romain. But I understand that ASSE wants to turn the page, it’s football “said the former recruiter of the Saint-Etienne club in an interview with Progress.