Ludovic Pouillart seems (very) nostalgic from his time in Gries-Oberhoffen. It is true that between the BCGO and BCO, there is only one letter that separates the two clubs. After having recorded the signatures of Warren Woghiren and Romain Hoeltzel and that of Aurelian Rigaux, the technician at least a 4th player passed under his helmet in Alsace, in the person of Glenn Duro (1.93 m, 34 years). The rear/back was the captain of the BCGO the year of his Pro B climb in 2018.
The Frenchman, who has spent six years in National 1 (Cergy-Pontoise, so Greece, Tours, Challans, Besançon), had decided last summer to return to Ile-de-France by signing in Tremblay (NM2) where he dispute 26 matches pour an average of 9,5 points per match. In 2022-2023, he will thus find the third national stage with Orchies where he has committed for a season.