French top club keeps goalkeeper
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
The French vice-champion HBC Nantes has extended the contract with the experienced goalkeeper Arnuad Siffert.
The French top side HBC Nantes announces in a press release, that the club has extended the contract with the 38-year-old experienced French goalkeeper Arnaud Siffert for another season to the summer of 2019.
"It made logical sense to extend with Arnaud for another year. Arnaud is a player who gives a lot to the club and has always been good. I am very happy to continue with this duo of goalkeepers who gives me complete satisfaction," states the French head coach of the club Thierry Anti in a press release from HBC Nantes.
"I am very happy to continue the adventure with Nantes. I wanted to continue to live emotions with this club and our fabulous supporters. I thank the leaders and the staff for trusting me. We still have some nice things to do together, starting with the 17-18 season, which is still far from over, and which offers us many exciting challenges," Arnaud Siffert states.
Arnaud Siffert has previously played in the French clubs of Massy-Essonne (1997-2000), Paris Handball (2000-2006), US Dunkerque (2006-2011) and Montpellier HB (2013-2016). From 2011 to 2013 he also played in his current club HBC Nantes.