Perhaps he is the one who best describes the rise of the Roca Team. Revealed in the elite during his first career between 2015 and 2017, after passing Pro B and Denain, It was Outtara (1.90 Meters, 29 years old) established himself at Rock as a leader between 2018 and 2020, having tested experience in the Atlantic Ocean, at the Long Island (G-League) Nets. As his 6th season at Principality draws to a close, the native of Tepa (Ghana) has spent at least two consecutive seasons at Rock.
“Keep writing history with AS Monaco”
In an interview to be published this Saturday in our columns, Yakuba Outtara has made no secret of his intention to continue with the Roca Team. “Yes, that will be the next logical step, answers the person in charge. At the moment, there is a crown of search and we will see it in my future AS Monaco. We started writing something in the EuroLeague and I would like to continue writing history with them. The expansion becomes more logical as AS Monaco want to place more bets on French players next season, such as Amath M’Baye, whose name often appears in the Leadership.
After joining Betis Sevilla, the 16-time French international has given his first season satisfaction to the queen of international competitions. In addition to his unique statistical contribution (evaluation 7.5 in Betclic ELITE and evaluation 4) off the bench, he has had an innocent mental state. A prolific striker and renowned for his athletic qualities, this 3rd pillar opened the Roca Team blast during the 5th match at Olympiakos (94-88), on Wednesday, and 15 points including 5/7 in the long distance.
In search of his first crown as ASM and two-time winner of the French Championship finals in 2018 and 2019, the former Élan Chalon gymnast wants to first reclaim the much-needed AS Monaco title. Before showing Monegasque colors for season 7?