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Serbian Sasa Obradovic has officially taken over as the new head coach of ASM Basketball. The team made the announcement on Monday, with both sides willing for a long term cooperation.
The 50-year-old coach spent the previous two seasons in Lokomotiv Kuban’s bench and parted ways with the Russian club four months ago. He’s been a free agent since.
Obradovic was named head coach of the year for the 2017/2018 EuroCup, and this will be his first time coaching in France, although as a player he had a stint with Limoges early in his career.
Obradovic replaces Saso Filipovski and follows the team’s loss to Lietuvos Rytas in a do-or-die EuroCup game and elimination from the competition’s quarterfinals.
Boxing legend “Iron Mike” Tyson has been in talks with the Monaco Boxing Federation since last November. Now, what started as an off-the-cuff idea may actually become a reality.
The 37th Credit Suisse Primo Cup Trophy will be hosting roughly 60 of the world’s top sail racing teams across three series in the Principality from 4th to 7th March.
The French Rugby Federation says there have been no further positive Covid-19 tests among its playing squad or backroom staff for a 2nd straight day ahead of Sunday's Six Nations game.
AS Monaco soundly beat last year’s reigning champs and one of their biggest rivals, Paris Saint-Germain, two to nil in an away game at Parc des Princes on Sunday.