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New signing Mamadou Bah was pretty excited after his first training session with Stuttgart.

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Guinea international Mamadou Bah joined Bundesliga side Stuttgart from French outfit Strasbourg in the last week of the summer transfer window, but the midfielder didn't get the chance to train with the Schwaben until Wednesday due to the international break.

The 22-year-old Bah was pretty excited after his first training session with Stuttgart and added that he was happy to have met his team-mates for the first time.

"I've hardly seen anything of Stuttgart so far because after I signed my contract last week I immediately left to join up with the national team," said the young midfielder on the club's official website.

"I was really looking forward to getting to know the training facilities and to training itself with my new team-mates."

Bah struggled on occasion to understand the instructions of head coach Christian Gross, but endurance coach Laurent Hagist, Arthur Boka and team captain Matthieu Delpierre were more than happy to help the former Strasbourg star out whenever needed.

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