Elie Okobo now in Monaco: “I want to be part of such a project”

Photo credit: Sébastien Grasset

It’s official, Elie Okobo has joined AS Monaco for the next two seasons.

After having formalized the extension of coach Sasa Obradovic as well as star leader Mike James, AS Monaco continues its communication concerning its 2022-2023 workforce. This time it’s the arrival ofElijah Okobo (1.87 m, 25 years old) which has been formalized. Champion of France with ASVEL in 2022, MVP of the finals, the Bordelais will try to keep his title within a new club, while aiming for the Final Four of the EuroLeague. On the principality club’s website, he explained his choice to sign two seasons for the Roca Team:

“I decided to choose Monaco, because in view of the performances shown last year in the EuroLeague, there are big objectives for this coming exercise. Go even further in the Euroleague, and win the title in the French championship. I think I can be a piece that can help with that. In any case, I want to be part of such a project with great ambitions, and the desire to always raise the team to the highest level. That’s what I’m looking for and that’s what I like.

[…] This year with Asvel, I was able to taste the EuroLeague. The Final Four is something I want. And I know this team has the capabilities. »

AS Monaco’s 2022-2023 squad at the moment:

  • Leaders: Mike James and Jordan Loyd
  • Backs: Elie Okobo and Yakuba Ouattara
  • Wingers: Alpha Diallo and Armel Traoré (?)
  • Wingmen: Jaron Blossomgame, Adrien Moerman and Yoan Makoundou
  • Pivots: John Brown III, Donatas Motiejunas and Donta Hall

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July 15, 2022 at 3:39 am

After having formalized the extension of coach Sasa Obradovic as well as star leader Mike James, AS Monaco continues its communication concerning its 2022-2023 workforce. This time it’s the arrival ofElie Okobo (1.87 m, 25 years old) which has been formalized. Champion of France with ASVEL in 2022, MVP of the finals, the Bordelais will try to …

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