AS Possession
AS Possession
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Généralités
Fondation 2009
Couleurs rouge et bleu
Stade(s) Stade Youri Gargarine
(1 000 places)
Siège Service des Sports, BP3,
Rue Waldeck Rocher
97419 La Possession
Championnat actuel D1 promotionnelle
Président François Testan
Entraîneur Fred Bachelier


L' Association Sportive de La Possession est un club réunionais de football basé à La Possession.

En 2008, suite à la relégation du club en super D2, le club de l'US fusionne avec l'AJS Possession pour former l'AS Possession. En 2010 , elle est championne de D2R et accède à la D1P.

Palmarès

  • Championnat de La Réunion

Champion de D2R (2010)

Effectifs 2011

Numéro Nationalité Nom Arrivée au club en
Gardiens de but
1 Drapeau : France David Tayama 2011
22 Drapeau : France Jerome Juvenal 2010
16 Drapeau : France Jimson Nassibou Formé au club
Défenseurs
2 Drapeau : France Méderic Louise -
5 Drapeau : France Eddy Pothin -
4 Drapeau : France Stephane Gaillac 2010
13 Drapeau : France Brice Clairenteau 2010
12 Drapeau : France Guillaume Barret 2009
17 Drapeau : France Gregory Cady 2011
Milieux de terrain
6 Drapeau : France Yannick Filain -
14 Drapeau : Madagascar Nojy Noro 2011
13 Drapeau : France Cédric Thémyr Formé au club
15 Drapeau : France Johan Maillot 2011
19 Drapeau : France Dimitri Pontalba -
30 Drapeau : France Fabien Kondoki -
8 Drapeau : France David Omar 2009
28 Drapeau : France Mickaël Cerveaux 2011
Attaquants
7 Drapeau : France Farrouck Issoufaly 2010
10 Drapeau : France Fabien Catherine 2009
- Drapeau : Maurice Wesley Marquette 2011
- Drapeau : France Maxime Lelièvre 2011
- Drapeau : France Romain Eliard -

Liens externes

http://www.lesvestiairesdufoot.fr/


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