Ostend confirms its bankruptcy and saves Seraing… which no longer has a technical staff and almost no players

Mbaye Leye looks back on his 4 months as Seraing coach: “10% of people have seen my work and will say that I deserve another chance”

In football, more than elsewhere, the misfortune of one club often brings happiness to another. Penultimate in the classic phase, Seraing administratively saves its place in the Challenger Pro League. “We do not prefer to comment on this news. The bankruptcy of a football club cannot make us happy”we say, in substance, in Pairay.

There will be no shortage of work in the coming weeks. Mario Mendoza, the sporting director, must rebuild an entire core. Initially relegated to Nationale 1, the club had not extended the contracts of many players, including starters like Mathieu Cachbach, to name only one of the most emblematic executives. Only around ten people still have a lease in Seraing, including the Senegalese who arrived from Génération Foot and young people like Marloye, Lawson, Solheid and Guillaume.

Technical staff will also have to be found. The coach (Leye), the assistants (D'Onofrio, Pauletti), the goalkeeping coach (Werner) and the physical trainer have reached the end of their contract. Some are ready to return to Pairay but the case of the Senegalese coach has yet to be decided. The one-year option which appeared in his contract cannot be exercised because it was only valid in the event of… sporting maintenance.

Discussions between Metz, the owner club, and Seraing are likely to intensify in the coming days. The objective: to define a new project which could, according to our information, revolve more around young people from the Seresian training center.

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