Canadian professional players for TG Ness Tigers

Canadian professional players for TG Ness Tigers

The Tigers’ second division basketball team is in the middle of roster planning. The new signing from North America will help the young team to improve rapidly.

After the previous season, which almost ended in relegation due to major personnel problems, those responsible for second division basketball team TG Ness Tigers have taken the cause of setting the course early to assemble a team that will Strong both qualitatively and quantitatively. Coach Rufin Kendall and his colleagues can now reap the first fruits. With a professional position set to be filled, 24-year-old Canadian Brooklyn McAleer-Fans is expected to be in Quirinusstadt in early/mid-August to begin preparations with the team.

“The contact was made through an agent. But I have spoken to her several times on my cell phone and I can tell that she is a very open-minded person who loves and lives basketball,” Coach Rufin Kendall, for whom athletic qualities are also important. The Canadian is listed in her profile as a point defender, but Kendall sees her as a flexible player who can defend well. “Plus, she can score herself, but also makes sure her teammates get the better,” emphasized the TG coach. Thus she plays a central role in team planning for the Nous team, which again wishes to rely on many young players. Planning is in full swing right now and all the personal details are yet to be finalized, but four names show where the road is headed. Like last season, Juul Schilling and Johanna Huppertz, who are currently on the road with the U16 national team in France, are part of the youth Bundesliga (WNBL) squad. In addition, the talented Marija Ilic (born 2007) is moving up and Nafi Diav, who played for Nice in her early youth, is returning to TG from Rondorf. He should also play in the WMBL and gain experience in the second Bundesliga. Other personal details should be decided in the coming days. It looks like another professional position will be re-occupied. “We’re having promising talks,” says Rufin Kendall. No bad prospects for the season taking place on the weekend of 24./25. September begins.

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