Jerome Fougeron was the club’s Toulouse scout for eight years. The Frenchman said Dominik Furman was the most disappointing transfer of the club in this period.
The Polish midfielder was leaving for Ligue 1 in early 2014. Legia Warszawa earned nearly 2.5 million euros on it.
Carter in Toulouse was completely gone – he had only five appearances and was quickly assigned for loan. In this form, he joined Legia, Hellas, Verona and Wisła Płock. The club finally got rid of it in the summer of 2017, when it sold it for symbolic money to the last of the mentioned clubs.
The French had high hopes for Furman. Fougeron admitted that the work on the transfer was very intense.
– This is my biggest disappointment. We worked on his transfer probably the most in the history of the club. We met him in Warsaw, we got to know him and the entire scouting department gave the green light to get him. Unfortunately, Furman never got through. He lacked commitment and his mentality was really hard to gauge Fougeron said.
Furman, apart from Toulouse and Hellas Verona, played in one more foreign club – he was associated with Genclerbirligi Ankara. He spent one season in it and before this season he returned to Płock.
The 29-year-old has ten appearances in Ekstraklasa in the current competitions. He made two assists in them.