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This video welcomes “Souvenir” Emanuel Emegha to the Racing Strasbourg team

This video welcomes “Souvenir” Emanuel Emegha to the Racing Strasbourg team

Emanuel Imiga was transferred from Sturm Graz to Racing Straßburg. The Dutchman signed his contract with the French this afternoon, he had successfully passed the medical examinations and the last details of the contract were clarified.

“I would like to thank those in charge of the club, my team-mates and, above all, Austria’s best fans, the Sturmfans. As many know, my situation before I came to Sturm was not easy, but I took the opportunity and always tried to do my best. I thank God for sending me to Graz. Last year was great – I was able to play regularly, develop as a footballer and I will keep my first title. Ed for Sturm for next season – on Schwoazn!” Emeg was quoted ha saying in a broadcast.

Good solution for everyone

Andreas Scheker, General Director of Sport, confirms: “A transfer like this is always viewed from two points of view: on the one hand, we would of course have liked to see Emmanuel continue at Sturm Graz, on the other hand, it fully confirms our method of raising young and talented players to a new personal level and represents an ideal development platform for them. Here I would like to highlight our team of coaches, who have trained a player who previously had little to do with great talent, who has been recognized throughout Europe. Even if the sporting loss is heavy. Of course, we were able again to find a very good solution from an economic point of view. I wish Emanuel all the best in his future career and would like to thank him for his outstanding commitment to Sturm Graz.”

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The right way

“Transfer negotiations like this are always intense, but in the end we managed to find a solution satisfactory to all parties. I wish Emmanuel all the best for his future path – his move is further evidence of the good work done by SK Storm Graz. The fact that we managed to achieve such high transfer fees thanks to the excellent development of our young player assures us of future paths,” explains Managing Director Business Thomas Tebisch.