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Adlène Guedioura
Adlène Guedioura

Algeria

Professional Football Player


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Created: 24th May 2010
Modified: 24th May 2010
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Soccer
Employer:
Algeria National Team and Wolverhampton Wanderers
Position:
Midfielder
Working primarily in:
Algeria

Biographical Information
Adlène Guedioura
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Nov/12/1985
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Algeria

Adlène Guedioura is a French-born Algerian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Guedioura is the son of former Algerian international striker, Nacer Guedioura. His mother was a former Spanish basketball player.

After progressing through the youth ranks at various French amateur sides, and completing an economics degree, Guedioura joined third tier club L'Entente SSG. He moved onto fellow third tier side US Créteil-Lusitanos after the season ended, where he scored 6 times in 24 appearances.

He moved into Belgium football in Summer 2008, joining newly-promoted Jupiler League side Kortrijk in a two-year deal. Guedioura spent just a half a season at the club before moving to RSC Charleroi in January 2009 on a year-and-a-half contract.

In January 2010 he moved on loan to English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers for the remainder of the 2009–10 campaign, with an option of a permanent deal and he made his Wolves debut on 26 January as a substitute in a goalless draw against Liverpool, soon becoming a regular starter. He scored his first Wolves goal in the final game of the season to earn a victory over Sunderland, after which it was confirmed that he had duly been signed on a three year contract.

He has been named in the preliminary squad for Algeria's 2010 World Cup campaign.

 

Source: Wikipedia




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