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Johan Djourou
Djourou
Personal information
Full name Johan Djourou
Date of birth 18 January 1987 (1987-01-18) (age 33)
Place of birth    Abidjan, Flag of Cote d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire
Height 1.92 m (6 ft 3+12 in)
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current club Germany Hamburg
Number 5
Youth clubs
2002
2002–2004
Étoile Carouge
Arsenal
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2004-2014
2007-2008
2013
2013-2014
2014–
England Arsenal F.C.
EnglandBirmingham City F.C. (loan)
GermanyHannover 96 (loan)
GermanyHamburg (loan)
Germany Hamburg
086 00(1)
013 00(0)
014 00(0)
022 00(0)
058 00(2)   
National team
2005
2005–2006
2006–
Switzerland Switzerland U-20
Switzerland Switzerland U-21
Switzerland Switzerland
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059 00(2)

Johan Danon Djourou-Gbadjere (born 18 January 1987), more commonly known as Johan Djourou, is a Swiss international footballer who currently plays for and captains Hamburg.

He used to play as a defensive midfielder in his youth for former club Étoile Carouge, but on his arrival at Arsenal, he was converted to a central defender. He occasionally filled in at full back for Arsenal and played several games in central midfield while on loan to Birmingham City. According to his former profile on Arsenal's website, Djourou possesses "pace, power and whole-hearted commitment" in addition to his versatility.

External links

Hamburger SV
Hamburger SV squad - 2019-20

1 Adler · 2 Diekmeier · 3 Cléber · 4 Spahić · 5 Djourou (c) · 6 Douglas Santos · 7 Wood · 8 Holtby · 10 Lasogga · 11 Gregoritsch · 14 Hunt · 15 Waldschmidt · 17 Kostić · 18 Jatta · 19 Feka · 20 Ekdal · 21 Bahoui · 22 Ostrzolek · 23 Halilović · 24 Sakai · 25 Köhlert · 27 Müller · 28 Jung · 30 Hirzel · 31 Mathenia · 32 Ronstadt · 34 Porath · 36 Mickel · 37 Seo · 39 Götz ·

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Switzerland – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16
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Switzerland – UEFA Euro 2008 – Group stage
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Switzerland – UEFA Euro 2016 – Round of 16

1. Sommer 2. Lichtsteiner 3. Moubandje 4. Elvedi 5. Von Bergen 6. Lang 7. Embolo 8. Frei 9. Seferović 10. Xhaka 11. Behrami 12. Hitz 13. Rodríguez 14. Zakaria 15. Džemaili 16. Fernandes 17. Tarashaj 18. Mehmedi 19. Derdiyok 20. Djourou 21. Bürki 22. Schär 23. Shaqiri

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Switzerland – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Round of 16

1. Sommer 2. Lichtsteiner (c) 3. Moubandje 4. Elvedi 5. Akanji 6. Lang 7. Embolo 8. Freuler 9. Seferović 10. Xhaka 11. Behrami 12. Mvogo 13. Rodríguez 14. Zuber 15. Džemaili 16. Fernandes 17. Zakaria 18. Gavranović 19. Drmić 20. Djourou 21. Bürki 22. Schär 23. Shaqiri

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