The current season of Nationale 2 is not quite over yet as AS Saint-Brice Courcelles Handball has already started to announce its recruits for the next season. First newcomer, the young winger Chabir Aboudou. A defector from Torcy with whom he played in National 1, this young 19-year-old player intends to bring the brico club to the N1 next season.
Two games from the end of this 2021/22 season, guaranteed to finish the season on the podium (and probably 2nd), AS Saint-Brice Courcelles can calmly begin to announce the names of the reinforcements which should enable the Marnais club to do better next season. Objective then? The rise in N1. To achieve this, Yacinn Bouakaz should tighten his group with a number of arrivals perhaps fewer than departures, but of a quality allowing to offer even more added value to a team which was already not lacking in talent this season.
In 2022/23, therefore, it will be necessary, among other things, to count on the contribution of the young Chabir Aboudou. A native of Lagny, in the Paris region, this leaping winger started handball in primary school. He has never left the discipline since. Trained in Torcy, not far from home, this young left winger first joined the U18s before quickly climbing the ladder. His athletic profile (1m90) and the quality of his left arm are all assets that allowed him to discover the N1 this season and to score his first goals there (7 in total with two games to go). His ambitions finally brought him closer to those of Saint-Brice.