Olivier Mantès’ professional career is enough to illustrate his main personality trait: loyalty. A rarity in professional sport, the Lorrain is in his 18e season at Saint-Grégoire, where it has no roots. And judging by the longevity of the staff around him, some elements of which are shared over a decade of working together, rubbing shoulders with the (almost) handyman of the Roses on a daily basis does not seem ‘ be a gauge.
“If he wasn’t in love with the club, given his working conditions, I think he would have gone elsewhere, summarizes the president of the RMH Jean-Luc Bosse, who refers in particular to the room problems encountered at the start of the season. I am at the club thanks to him. As long as he’s here, I’ll be here and when he leaves, I think I’ll have a hard time without him. »
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