<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Former player in Bordeaux, now consultant for beIN Sports, Dominique Verdon was at the heart of the project to create a Girondin club, whose hope of being in Starligue is gone, but he wants to believe that it will serve for the future. “What about the elite club project in Bordeaux today?
It's a bit of the past. Lidl Starligue to play at 16 clubs next season, with the mechanical effect of traditional ascents and descents. At the start, Olivier Girault (President of the NHL) and the League had plans to move to 16 with one or two “ wild cards '' for the 2021-2022 season. But in the meantime, the Covid-19 has been there and the Bordeaux project is frozen. The adventure had taken rather well. We had a successful round table between the local national clubs, the communities and, ultimately, the company at large. The Gironde is a territory that deserves, with real activists. It takes high level in Bordeaux. “& Nbsp; What we did, it created an appetite. It's been a year of work where everyone has rolled up their sleeves, a fantastic human story & nbsp; " What was the project?
We would have managed to create a club with 20 pros, and ultimately the training center. But it was the 15,000 members of the committee who were affected, with the super training of the Talence center. The idea was to play two-thirds of the matches at the Palais des Sports de Bordeaux and five, six matches at the Arkéa Arena (from Floirac), with a capacity of 6,000 people, an absolutely delicious place run by people – the Lagardère group – who are also delicious and who had been made aware of handball. We had met Nicolas Florian (mayor of Bordeaux) and it went very, very well, he was very attentive. Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux: projects swept away by the coronavirus crisis What do you imagine now? An invitation to Proleague (D2)?
When you go to see the mayor of Bordeaux, or of Lyon, you have to know who you're talking to … He wants Bordeaux that wins, that moves. The hand is not very expensive, but we want the Starligue. We are in the context of elections, it is not worth making too many projections today, caution is required. But what we did, it created an appetite. It's a year of work where everyone has rolled up their sleeves, a fantastic human story. " Lathoud (Strasbourg): "The history of fusion no longer exists today""data-reactid =" 19 "> A former player in Bordeaux, now a consultant for beIN Sports, Dominique Verdon was at the heart of the project to create a Girondin club, whose hope of being in Starligue has flown away But he wants to believe that this will serve for the future. “What about the elite club project in Bordeaux today?
It's a bit of the past. The Lidl Starligue will play at 16 clubs from next season, with the mechanical effect of traditional ascents and descents. At the start, Olivier Girault (President of the NHL) and the League had plans to move to 16 with one or two “ wild cards '' for the 2021-2022 season. But in the meantime, the Covid-19 has been there and the Bordeaux project is frozen. The adventure had taken rather well. We had a successful round table between the local national clubs, the communities and, ultimately, the company at large. The Gironde is a territory that deserves, with real activists. It takes high level in Bordeaux. “What we did, it created an appetite. It's a year of work where everyone has rolled up their sleeves, a fantastic human story ” What was the project?
We would have managed to create a club with 20 pros, and ultimately the training center. But it was the 15,000 members of the committee who were affected, with the super training of the Talence center. The idea was to play two-thirds of the matches at the Palais des Sports de Bordeaux and five, six matches at the Arkéa Arena (from Floirac), with a capacity of 6,000 people, an absolutely delicious place run by people – the Lagardère group – who are also delicious and who had been made aware of handball. We had met Nicolas Florian (mayor of Bordeaux) and it went very, very well, he was very attentive. Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux: projects swept away by the coronavirus crisis What do you imagine now? An invitation to Proleague (D2)?
When you go to see the mayor of Bordeaux, or Lyon, you have to know who you're talking to … He wants Bordeaux, which wins, which moves. The hand is not very expensive, but we want the Starligue. We are in the context of elections, it is not worth making too many projections today, caution is required. But what we did, it created an appetite. It's been a year of work where everyone has rolled up their sleeves, a fantastic human story. Lathoud (Strasbourg): "The history of fusion no longer exists today"