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Anatole Ngamukol

Anat N'Gamukol
Personal information
Full nameAnatole Cedric Romeo N'Gamukol
Date of birth (1988-01-15) 15 January 1988 (age 26)
Place of birthAubervilliers,[1] France
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 12 in)[2]
Playing positionStriker
Attacking midifelder[3]
Club information
Current clubGrasshopper
Number17
Youth career
2002–2007Reims
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2007–2008Reims2(0)
2009Zaragoza B1(0)
2009–2010Palencia14(2)
2010–2011Roye-Noyon
2011–2012Wil27(7)
2012Thun17(6)
2013–Grasshopper
National team
2010Equatorial Guinea U-201(0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 October 2012.
† Appearances (Goals).

Anatole Cedric Romeo N'Gamukol (born 15 January 1988 in Aubervilliers) is a French footballer of Congolese descent,[4][5] who plays as a striker for Grasshopper.

Career

Ngamukol began his career with Stade Reims who was promoted in 2007 to the French Championnat National team. After three years on seniorside for Stade Reims signed in January 2009 a contract with Real Zaragoza B. On 20 August 2009 CF Palencia have signed the French forward on a free transfer until June 2010, he played for Real Zaragoza B last season.[6]

International career

When Ngamukol played in Spain for Palencia, he was a teammate of Equatoguinean international Benjamín Zarandona, who invited him to join Equatorial Guinea team. In April 2010, Ngamukol was called by the Equatoguinean national under-20 football team for the second match against Gabon in the African Youth Championship 2011 Qualifying (Preliminary Round).[7] Although his age was then 22, Ngamukol was selected as one of three players with more than 20 years available to be called.

In July 2010, Ngamukol received his first call for the Equatoguinean senior team and to play a friendly match against on 11 August 2010.[8] But he didn't travel to meet their future at the club. Because of this, Ngamukol is still available to be selected by the senior teams of and , his actual countries.

References

External links

  • (Spanish) Fútbol Estadísticas

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