|Full name||Koffi Mawukoenya Gueli|
|Date of birth||31 December 1993|
|Place of birth||Notsé, Togo|
|Height||1.70m (5 ft 7 in)|
|–||AS Police Lomé|
|–||AS Stade Mandji|
|–||Rayon Sports FC|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Club career[edit | edit source]
After having started his career at AS Police in Lomé, Gueli moved on to play for two big first division clubs in Togo, namely AS Togo-Port and Dynamic Togolais. In 2014, he made a move to ASFA Yennenga in Burkina Faso before moving to Deportivo Mongomo in Equatorial Guinea. He enjoyed a successful season at Mongomo scoring 15 goals in all competitions and winning the Equatoguinean Cup with them in their 2015 season.
In October 2016, he joined AS Denguélé in Ligue 1 in Ivory Coast. He then made a return to Togo in 2019, signing for Gbohloé-su for the second half of the season, scoring 7 goals to help save the club from relegation from the Togolese Championnat.
International career[edit | edit source]
He has represented Togo national youth teams, notably the Togo U20 team.
Honours[edit | edit source]
- Equatoguinean Cup: 2015
References[edit | edit source]
- "Koffi Gueli". National Football Teams.
- "Koffi Gueli, the oxygen of the attack of Gbohloe-su Lakes". RadioSportFM Togo (in French).CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
- "WAFA SC striker Komlan Agbegniadan named in Togo's pre-AFCON squad".
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