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Pascal Feindouno

Pascal Feindouno is a Guinean international footballer that plays as a winger.

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Created: 17th Jan 2012
Modified: 17th Jan 2012
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Feindouno was a member of the Guinean national team that competed in the 2004 African Nations Cup, finishing second in their group in the first round of competition, before losing in the quarter finals to Mali. He is currently the captain of Guinea.

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Pascal Feindouno
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Feb/21/1981
Gender: male

Pascal Feindouno was born in Conakry, Guinea on February 27, 1981.

Feindouno began his career with Club Industriel Kamsar.

Feindouno started his European career at FC Girondins de Bordeaux in July 1998, and scored the goal which gave the club the Ligue 1 Championship title in 1999.

On February 2011, he confirmed that he has signed for Monaco after being at trial in Celtic, Wigan.

He left Monaco after their relegation and on 22 June joined Swiss Super League outfit FC Sion. On January 2012 he left Sion after Swiss Football Association deducted 36 points for fielding ineligible players.

Source: Wikipedia



Other Accomplishments:


With Bordeaux:

    - Ligue 1 champions (1998–99)

With Lorient:

    - Coupe de France winners (2002)
    - Coupe de la Ligue runners-up (2002)

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