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Monaco team hold court with Minister of State

Monaco team hold court with Minister of State

By Staff Writer - February 7, 2017

© Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication
© Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication

Players and management of the AS Monaco basketball, Roca Team, were invited to the Residence of the Minister of State on Monday, February 6, for a lunch following the partnership agreement signed at the beginning of the season between the Prince’s government and the club.

In his speech, Serge Telle encouraged the team ahead of the Leaders Cup (February 17-19) and the two derbies against Antibes. The Minister of State concluded by stressing that the government and Monegasques are very proud of the team’s success.

Like the football team, AS Monaco basketball is having an almost perfect season. In the middle of the season, the “Roca Boys” are leaders of the French Pro A championship and they qualified brilliantly for the last sixteen of the Champions League (Europe) finishing first in their group.

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