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08:30 05-April-2017

Noah Gaudin joins Aix

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The French League club PAUC has signed a 3-year contract with the French youth national player Noah Gaudin from next season.

Press release from PAUC:

The PAUC honed his staff for next season with the arrival of Noah Gaudin, 17, from Selestat. The playmaker was crowned European champion of 18s last year, with a very large Handball IQ for his age. He appeared several times this season on the grounds of Lidl Starligue for Selestat Alsace Handball (4 matches and 10 goals). The young player is therefore committed in PAUC for three seasons from next summer.

The club affirms its intention to build its European project around young French talent. We are very pleased with the evolution of Aymeric Minne, Gabriel Loesch and Karl Konan, all from the Club's training center and predicting a similar future to Noah Gaudin.

After being thrown into the big bath on the side of Sélestat this season at the playmaker position, he will have a lot of individual work, especially physical before becoming a confirmed player in Lidl Starligue or more but he has the talent, We are convinced of this. This finish also puts an end to the construction of our team sheet for next season.

Jérôme Fernandez: "Noah has all the capabilities to succeed in PAUC. Like Aymeric Minne, he is young, promising and talented kneaded with a big room for improvement to integrate the professional group. We are delighted to welcome him when the club addresses a major shift in its rise."

Noah Gaudin: "I started the Handball 4 years at St. Raphael and I was left to my classes there, last year I got to the Selestat. The PAUC project was fun, I think working with Jerome is a very big plus for me. I know that Aix gives a lot of playing time to young people, it is a very good thing, I will train with the pro group and hopefully progress."

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