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Pascal Feindouno


A Guinean international footballer who currently plays for French Ligue 1 side AS Saint-√Čtienne as an attacking midfielder

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Created: 28th Mar 2008
Modified: 28th Mar 2008
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AS Saint- Etienne
Attacking Mid Fielder
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Pascal Feindouno was born in Guinea- Conakry and started his at FC Girondins de Bordeaux in 1998, and scored the goal which gave the club the Ligue 1 Championship title in 1999. He spent the 2001-02 season at Lorient, and was sold by Bordeaux to Saint-√Čtienne before the 2004-05 season. He 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. At the 2008 African Nations quarter finals, Feindouno missed Guineas final game against Ivory Coast for being suspended.

As a notorious attacking midfielder, he is sought out from Eurpean clubs for his skills, in the summer of 2007 he was linked to a move away from Bordeaux, as Feindouno stated his desire to link up with close friend and former Lorient team mate Jean-Claude Darcheville at Scottish side Rangers in May of 2007 or in the January transfer window of 2008.

On 12 October 2007, it was reported that English Premiership giant Liverpool F.C.'s manager Rafa Benitez would make a bid to purchase him at the next January transfer window, strengthening the attacking field.


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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Biographical Information
Pascal Feindouno
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Feb/27/1981
Interests: Basketball, Tennis, Cars, escape in a book or cinema, going home to Guinea, visiting the Caribbeans
  City: Saint - Etienne
Website: http://www.pas...
Place of Origin: Guinea

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