Apollo Amsterdam has again committed to a number of players for the upcoming season. The basketball club has extended the contracts of Sergio de Randamie and Jacopo Bertotti, and American Justin Mitchell is also coming to Apollohull.
At Apollo, several players had an expired contract, including De Randamie and Bertotti. Both basketball players have extended their contracts. Mitchell comes from Swiss Basel Starwings. In the United States, he played for Wright State for four years.
The 37-year-old De Randamie has a rich past in basketball in Amsterdam and is now working on his third stint with Apollo. His most notable achievement was the national championship in 2008 and 2009 with Amsterdam, the club that existed until 2011. He has been part of the Apollo selection again since last season.
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Previously, Apollo managed to link veterans Bernd Wiggs, Dexter Hope, Lucas Fedherbe and Tibor Taras. At the end of June, the club introduced Ward Guede as its new coach. He will combine his work as head of the youth academy and coach for the under-22 team with the head coach.
Apollo will kick off the season on September 24 with a home game against The Hague Royals.
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