Promoted to Regional 1 for the first time in its history, Portuguese Amiens launched major operations to strengthen itself. Souleymane Toure passed Kamon and Longo, strengthening the attacking sector. In the left lane, a successor is found in Miri Seragadini.
Four recruits signed for Portuguese Amiens
While many players chose not to continue the adventure, namely Camille Boydvin, Antoine Wabel and Alexandre Ribeiro, the Portuguese Amiens began to activate in the direction of the arrivals. After a difficult year in National 3 with ESC Longueau (1 goal), Suleiman Toure He will try to restore confidence at Stade Michelet. Author of ten goals with Camon during the 2021/2022 season, the former resident of the SC Amiens training center will bring diversity to the attacking sector of the Portuguese, who will keep the quartet Isambart-Desbois-da-Vega-Reynolds in charge. After a critical test, Yoan Herton comes in to expand this offensive squad.
Defensively, Benoît Sturbois quickly found a replacement for Meri Siradjidini, who chose to put his career on hold. After one year as a freelancer at Roye-Noyon (Regional 1), Killian Chancerelle Finds the city of Amiens, which has developed for two seasons in Camon (2020/2022). higher score on the field Nelson Dugua, passed by Beauvais, who arrived with the task of competing with the Facquier-Coupelle side by side. After this first wave of recruitment, the Portuguese Amiens now intend to bolster their centerpiece defense with an indisputable holder, while continuing to look for opportunities in other areas of the game.
Arrive: Touré (Longueau, N3), Djuwa (Saint-Just, R2), Chancerel (Roye-Noyon, R1), Herton (free)
They leave: Poidevin, Wable, Ribeiro, Siradjidini