Emmanuel Eboue

Emmanuel Eboue

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Born: 04/06/1983 in Adibjan
Nationality: Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire
International Caps: 52
International Debut: 2004

2018/19 Playing Statistics


  Total Mins Played Apps Starts Subbed On Subbed Off Goals Assists Yellows Reds
All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Emmanuel Eboue is a graduate of Adibjan's football academy in the Ivory Coast, from where he moved with a large number of graduates to KSK Beveren in September 2002. Eboue played for three seasons in Belgium before signing a four year contract for Arsenal in January 2005. He made his full debut just days later in Arsenal's FA Cup draw against Stoke City. Eboue scored his first Gunners goal in October 2005 in a 3-0 League Cup win over Sunderland, and has since forced his way in as a regular starter for Arsene Wenger. At the start of the 2007/08 season, Wenger stated his intention to move Eboue into a role on the right wing, following the signing of Bacary Sagna. Eboue made his first international appearance for the Ivory Coast against Sudan in September 2004. He won a runners up medal in the 2006 African Cup of Nations, losing out to Egypt in the final. The defender played every minute of his country's 2006 World Cup campaign.

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