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PSG: Arnaud Kalimuendo and Hawa Sangaré crowned Titis d'or 2020

2021-03-08T18:37:31.032Z

The goalscorer from Lens and the striker from Le Havre, on loan from PSG, are elected by France Bleu Paris and the association of Titis du PSG. They succeed



They are the 2020 Titis d'or. Arnaud Kalimuendo for the boys and Hawa Sangaré for the girls, two attackers, were rewarded on Monday by France Bleu Paris and the Association des titis du PSG, who have been giving this prize since 2007. Trained by the capital club and under contract until June 2024, they are respectively loaned to Lens (Ligue 1) and Le Havre (Division 1) this season.

They succeed Tanguy Kouassi and Vicki Becho, elected Titis d'or in 2019 and transferred since to Bayern Munich and Olympique Lyonnais.

Arnaud Kalimuendo, native of Suresnes (Hauts-de-Seine) and aged 19, remains one of the great hopes of the PSG training center.

He has reached an agreement with the club of the capital to harden himself in Lens, where he is revealed to the general public.

With 7 buses and 4 assists in all competitions, the striker is decisive every 85 minutes.

One of the best ratios in France this season.

“Thank you to all my former teammates, my coaches, confides Kalimuendo at the microphone of France Bleu Paris.

It is a significant trophy for a member of the training center.

When you know the quality of the young people present, it's a great reward.

With Lens, I try to give the maximum.

I have confidence so it frees me mentally and I have my feet.

"

Hawa Sangaré, "happy to be in Le Havre"

Hawa Sangaré, 18, saw her first tenures in L1 with Le Havre.

Member of a golden generation of "titles" of PSG with Jade Le Guilly, Océane Hurtré or Laurina Fazer, she continues her apprenticeship.

“We made the choice to let her go on loan.

I am happy that she can play regularly, says Olivier Echouafni, coach of PSG, this Monday at a press conference.

I hope to find her again next year with six more months ”.

Hawa Sangaré, 18, is currently on loan at Le Havre./ DR / PSG  

"I would give the trophy to my parents," smiles Sangaré at the microphone of France Bleu Paris.

I have no regrets that I left on loan.

I wish the best to PSG in the league, Champions League and Coupe de France.

I am happy to be in Le Havre.

It is only beneficial for me to save playing time and experience.

I just signed my pro contract in January.

"

Source: leparis

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