The workforce of the Dukes of Angers is revealed

After a season which saw them fail in the Magnus League final against the Brûleurs de Loups, the Ducs d’Angers are renewing their squad.

There will be changes on the side of the Dukes of Angers next season. After a successful regular season, Ethan Goldberg’s players had a frustrating end to the season. They indeed lost in the championship final against the Brûleurs de Loups. Next season will again be marked by the change of team within the Angevin…

6 departures already announced

Indeed, the club announces no less than 6 departures within its workforce for next season. 2 attackers thus leave the club: the Frenchman Loïc Farnier, and the Canadian Danick Bouchard. In addition, 4 Canadian defenders will also no longer be part of the workforce next season. Connor Hardowa, Riley Guenther and Jerret Smith have thus formalized their departure. Finally, captain Patrick Coulombe will also no longer be part of the Dukes of Angers next season. Major departures, which will have to be replaced…

5 extensions and 3 arrivals

In addition to these departures, the Dukes of Angers were also active behind the scenes. Indeed, 5 contract extensions have been announced. Thus, the duo of guards Evan Cowley and Julian Barrier remains Angevin next season. Two Canadian forwards also extended: Tommy Giroux and Philippe Haley. Finally, defender Neil Manning will also be there for an additional season.

In the radius of arrivals, the Dukes of Angers have also moved their pawns. Canadian defender Nick Ross has thus committed to the Maine-et-Loire club, and arrives after having known the United States, Austria and Germany. Another Canadian defender joins the ranks of Angevin, in the person of Matt Prapavessis. He will discover France for the first time, after an experience in Austria the previous season. Finally, Canadian striker Jonathan Charbonneau will arrive from Slovakia to compete in the Magnus League next season.

The workforce could still move in the coming weeks, while coach Ethan Goldberg must build a team capable of competing in the Continental Cup in addition to the leading roles in the Magnus League…

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