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Jean Michael Seri

Jean Michael Seri

Jean Michael Seri

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Player Profile

Position: Central midfielder

Premier League – 2018/2019

Date: 08.09.2018

Statistical Overview

 
Summary
Appearances 4
Minutes played 352
Goals 1
Assists 1
Yellow card 0
Red card 0
Shots per match 0,8
Pass success percentage 90,8
Aerial duels won per match 0
Man of the match 0
Defensive
Tackles per match 2,3
Interceptions per match 2,0
Fouls per match 0,5
Offside won per match 0,3
Clearances per match 0,8
Dribbled past per match 1,0
Blocks per match 0,5
Own goals 0
Offensive
Key passes per match 2,0
Dribbles per match 1,0
Fouled per match 1,5
Offsides per match 0,3
Dispossessed per match 1,0
Passing
Passes per match 76,5
Crosses per match 0,3
Long balls per match 5,8
Through balls per match 0,3

Market Value

Current market value:
30,000,000 €
Highest market value:
35,000,000 €
Jean Michael Seri
Jean Michael Seri

Player Information

Personal life

Jean Michaël Seri (born 19 July 1991) is an Ivorian footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Fulham and the Ivorian national football team.

Club career

Early career in the Ivory Coast
In his native Ivory Coast, the young Seri was nicknamed Galla, because he tried to emulate the former Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marcelo Gallardo, whose technical skills he admired. He joined the Ivorian football academy that was opened in 2001 by the Ivorian footballer Cyril Domoraud. “Jean is gifted, intelligent and respectful,” Domoraud said in retrospect. “In his young days, Seri was one step ahead of the others, thanks to his ball control.” Born in the south-western city of Grand-Béréby, Seri began his career as a youth player with Abidjan club Africa Sports d’Abidjan in July 2007. The best clubs in Ivory Coast fought for his services. In January 2010, Seri started his career as a senior player by joining ASEC Mimosas, the most successful club in Ivorian football, where he needed just one season to prove himself and become one of the best players in the country. “He is a great listener, and his state of mind is impeccable,” raved Sébastien Desabre, ASEC Mimosas’s head coach from October 2010 to October 2012 when he was a senior player there, and that quality enabled Seri to make steady progress.

Porto
On 2 November 2012, he joined Primeira Liga club FC Porto on loan, after impressing their scouts. However, there was no place for Seri in the club’s first team. He was thus forced to play for the club’s reserve team, scoring once in 19 Segunda Liga matches in the first five months of 2013.

Paços de Ferreira
On 31 August 2013, two months after finishing his loan spell at Porto (the Dragões), he joined another Primeira Liga club Paços de Ferreira on a permanent basis and on a free transfer by signing a three-year deal. He debuted for the Pacenses on 14 September 2013 against Benfica in a Primeira Liga 3–1 away loss. On 2 March 2014, he scored a goal in the 54th minute to register his first competitive goal for Paços de Ferreira in a 3–1 Primeira Liga home win over Marítimo to send his side away from the relegation zone. It was at Paços de Ferreira where Seri’s magnificent range of passing and ability to dictate the tempo of the game made him a fans’ favourite. The club finished in eighth place in the 2014–15 Primeira Liga, and Ligue 1 club Nice were quick to sign Seri before bigger clubs took notice.

Nice
On 11 June 2015, he officially joined Ligue 1 club Nice for a transfer fee of €1 million. On 27 May 2015, prior to the opening of the transfer window, the club had announced the “very likely” arrival of Seri. On 8 August 2015, Seri made his competitive debut for Nice in their opening match of the 2015–16 Ligue 1 season, playing the entire match in the 2–1 home loss to Monaco. On 27 September 2015, he scored in the 53rd minute to register his first competitive goal for Nice in a 4–1 Ligue 1 away win over Saint-Étienne.

Fulham
In July 2018, he joined Fulham on a four-year deal until 2022 with an option for Fulham to extend the contract by a further year.

International career

He made a total of three appearances for the Ivory Coast U-23 team, all of them at the 2011 CAF U-23 Championship held in Morocco, playing every minute of all their three Group B matches against South Africa, Egypt and Gabon. Ivory Coast finished third in Group B and thus did not qualify for the semifinals. On 27 February 2014, Seri received his first senior international call up for the Ivory Coast in an upcoming friendly match against Belgium; he was an unused substitute in The Elephants’ 2–2 away draw (held on 5 March 2014) against Belgium. On 6 September 2015, he made his senior international debut in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match against Sierra Leone, playing the entire match in the 0–0 away draw. Seri played two of Ivory Coast’s three 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group C matches. They finished third in Group C and thus did not qualify for the quarterfinals. On 17 November 2015, Seri scored a goal in the 64th minute of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification second round second leg 3-0 home win over Liberia to register his first senior international goal.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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