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Amodou Abdullei

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Amodou Abdullei
Personal information
Date of birth 20 December 1987
Playing position Attacker
Youth career
SV Eintracht Trier 05
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
20xx-2007 SV Eintracht Trier 05
2007-2008 SSV Ulm 1846[1] 9 (1)
2008 TSG Thannhausen[2] 2 (0)
2008-2009[5] SSV Ulm 1846[3][4] 11 (1)
2009 SV Eintracht Trier 05 (trial)[6]
2009 Wycombe Wanderers F.C. (trial)[7]
2009 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. (trial)[8]
2009 Gillingham F.C. (trial)[9]
2010 KSK Beveren 11 (3)
2010-2012 F91 Dudelange
2012 C.S. Visé (trial)[10][11]
2012 ŁKS Łódź (trial)[12]
20xx-2013[14] Borussia Neunkirchen[13]
2014 SV Mehring[15][16] 13 (7)
2014-2015 UN Käerjéng 97 11 (6)
2015-2016 Cihangir GSK 17 (10)
2017-2018 CS Grevenmacher
2018- TuS Koblenz[17] 1 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Amodou Abdullei (born 20 December 1987 in Nigeria) is a Nigerian-German footballer.

Career[edit | edit source]

Belgium[edit | edit source]

Prolifically scoring three in four games for KSK Beveren through March 2010,[18] Abdullei was fined 100 euros and temporarily suspended for aggressive conduct at Waasland-Beveren,[19] sidelined at home to Dender and traveling to Antwerp.[20] During the 2009-10 Belgian First Division B, he made 11 appearances and scored tree goals.[21]

Northern Cyprus[edit | edit source]

Catching the eye of Küçük Kaymaklı Türk S.K., Cihangir GSK, and Bostancı Bağcıl S.K. halfway through September 2015,[22] the then 27-year old starred as Cihangir put three past Baf Ülkü Yurdu S.K.,[23] finally settling on the club in advance of 2015/16.[24]

Luxembourg[edit | edit source]

Committing to F91 Dudelange from 2010[25] to 2012, the former SSV Ulm man moved to UN Käerjéng 97 approaching the end of 2014,[26] he put his first goal past Wiltz in their opener,[27] increasing the CS Grevenmacher front line approaching the second leg of 2016/17,[28] staying the next season[29] until 2018.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Sportnotizen Schwäbische
  2. Das lange Hin und Her hat ein Ende: Amoudou Abdullei geht Schwäbische
  3. Abdulleis 1:1 beim KSC vielleicht "Tor des Monats" Nachrichten Augsburg Bayern
  4. Ein Ulmer ist auf dem Weg zum Tor des Monats Schwäbische
  5. Spatzen trennen sich von Coulibaly und Abdullei Nachrichten Augsburg Bayern
  6. Wittek und Amadou fahren mit nach Kirchen-Hausen Eintracht Trier
  7. October 2009 News - RESERVES 2 POSH 2 Chairboys on the Net
  8. Brighton trialists impress Slade Sky Sports
  9. Gillingham Reserves 0 Crystal Palace Reserves 1 KentOnline
  10. Amodou Abdullei presque à Visé Luxemburger Wort
  11. Visé: Abdullei après Rentmeister? Luxemburger Wort
  12. Amadou Abdullei będzie testowany w ŁKS Lodz.sport.pl
  13. Freudenfest für Bidon und Abdullei Saarbrücker Zeitung
  14. Kaderstatus… Stahlwerk
  15. Oberliga: Notlösung mit Durchschlagskraft 5vier.de
  16. SV Mehring: Traum-Einstand für Neuzugang Amodou Abdullei WochenSpiegel
  17. Amodou Abdullei stürmt für die TuS Koblenz TuS Koblenz
  18. Lépicier: “Gare à Abdullei” La DH
  19. Parquet : 1 match de suspension pour Geraerts, 3 pour Chakouri La DH
  20. Amodou Abdullei toch 2 duels langs de kant. freethielsprokkels. - kskb
  21. Soccerway Profile
  22. Amodou için kapışıyorlar..! Kıbrıs'ta Arena Spor Kolik
  23. Anı maçı Cihangir’in: 3-0 Kıbrıs Haber
  24. Son gün bereketi Kıbrıs Haber
  25. Official:AMODOU ABDULLEI moves to Luxembourg All Nigeria Soccer
  26. Football / Transfert en BGL Ligue: Käerjéng recrute une vieille connaissance Luxemburger Wort
  27. Football: Face à Wiltz, Abdullei préserve l'essentiel pour Käerjéng Luxemburger Wort
  28. Les transferts définitifs en Promotion d'Honneur: L'US Esch mise sur l'attaque, Rodange solidifie sa défense Luxemburger Wort
  29. Transferts en Promotion d'Honneur: Le CS Grevenmacher fait sa mue Luxemburger Wort

External links[edit | edit source]

Category:Nigerian footballers Category:Nigerian expatriate footballers Category:German people of Nigerian descent Category:German footballers Category:German expatriate footballers Category:Association football forwards Category:Living people Category:1987 births Category:Expatriate footballers in England Category:SV Eintracht Trier 05 players Category:SSV Ulm 1846 players Category:TSG Thannhausen players Category:Wycombe Wanderers F.C. players Category:Gillingham F.C. players Category:Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. players Category:K.S.K. Beveren players Category:F91 Dudelange players Category:C.S. Visé players Category:ŁKS Łódź players Category:Borussia Neunkirchen players Category:UN Käerjéng 97 players Category:CS Grevenmacher players Category:TuS Koblenz players Category:Expatriate footballers in Luxembourg Category:Expatriate footballers in Belgium Category:Expatriate footballers in Northern Cyprus Category:Expatriate footballers in Poland



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