Ivorian-born French defender Stade Boulevart joins Red and Black
Lego 1 side Rains has announced the signing of Lok Bade from RC Lens.
After a stellar influence in the 2020-21 campaign, where he competed in 31 French Top Light Games of Blood and Gold, the Ivorian Descent Defender has been given a five-year contract.
The deal will keep the 21-year-old Frenchman in Roseanne Park until 2026, although the fees involved are unknown.
“Ligue 1 was highly sought after in the Ober Eightes after a full season, the former Lancashire opted for the Rennes project. Solid central defender Lok Bade has signed a five-year deal with Red & Black. Originally from House de Sign, Locke Bade was born on April 11, 2000, in Severus, “a statement said. Read the club’s website.
Under-manager Bruno Genesis will be hoping to continue his growth in big professional football.
Despite having the power to make choices, the young man claimed that he was excited by the Rains project. Thus, he decided to form a team with the club that would help him realize his ambitions to play in Europe.
“I am delighted to be associated with Stade Renaissance FC, I am officially Red and Black, and it is a great pleasure,” Bede told the club’s website.
“There were other clubs, but my choice was natural. I had ambitions. It’s a very thoughtful choice. I think it’s right.
“It’s important for me to live in France. Their sports plan quickly got me excited. I was convinced of the club’s goals. It was right for me.
“There are benefits to getting ready now. I’ll have time to adapt to my new team. I can’t wait to get to know the Rennes fans.”
Meanwhile, the club’s technical director, Florian Morris, stated that the defender was a priority, and that he had to recruit him.
“We absolutely wanted to recruit him. That was a priority,” Maris said.
“They had a great season with Lens. We followed it all season. It has been studied from every aspect.
“He’s still a young player and he doesn’t have much experience yet, but we should have no fear,” he said. He has a character and he really is a great man.
“I am convinced of its features. They are very interesting physically and technically.
“We have a team that plays, and we want players who throw the ball from behind. It caters to the specifications of the coach.
The band, which qualifies to represent France or C ڈte d’Ivoire internationally, after the Rains’ match against Le Javier on Friday.