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Profile of the French footballer Aly Cissokho, who currently plays as a defender at Aston Villa. The 27-year old player Cissokho joined Aston Villa from Valencia and wears the number 23 shirt.

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        (Squad number 23)

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Aly Cissokho Career
2007–2008Gueugnon22(0)
2008–2009Vitoria Setubal13(0)
2009Porto15(0)
2009–2012Lyon93(1)
2012–2014Valencia25(2)
2013–2014Liverpool (loan)15(0)
2014–Aston Villa7(0)

2010–France1(0)

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Aly Cissokho : Aston Villa News
“Aston Villa left-back Aly Cissokho has warned Premier League rivals that he’s ready to take on more attacking responsibilities following a tough run of fixtures.”
 Here Is The City  4 days ago
“Defeat to Aston Villa did not bear thinking about after a month without and lesser players would have used that as an excuse not to pour their absolute everything into giving Aly Cissokho a torrid afternoon and tracking back to help out their full”
 Liverpool Echo  Yesterday
““I think we all know Aston Villa are probably the last team you want He would be defending on the edge of his own area one moment, pulling Villa full-back Aly Cissokho all over the place the next.”
 Liverpool Echo  Yesterday
“If he’s up against Baker don’t be surprise if he scores either. André Schürrle vs Aly Cissokho Aston Villa’s left-back had a torrid time last weekend which saw him score a funny own goal before being substituted.”
 Soccer Lens  25 days ago
“Villa boss Paul Lambert, who gave Christian Benteke his first Everton did not need him by that stage. Seamus Coleman ran across Aly Cissokho to hook in another Baines cross for 3-0 after 76 minutes. ‘A ridiculous goal to give away,’ said Lambert.”
 Daily Mail  3 days ago
“Brilliant Barkley got through 66 minutes of his comeback from a pre-season knee injury – and that was enough to destroy Aston Villa as well as his left to where Jagielka got in front of Aly Cissokho. Then came the crucial pass for Lukaku for 2-0.”
 Mirror  3 days ago
“Everton, never troubled by a lacklustre Aston Villa side, cruised to a straightforward 3-0 win Seamus Coleman scored the third of the afternoon in the 76th minute, evading Aly Cissokho and turning in a squared cross from Leighton Baines on the left.”
 Yahoo Sport  4 days ago
“Aston Villa's trip to play Everton ended in a demoralising Everton's breakthrough came in the 19th minute when Phil Jagielka muscled past Aly Cissokho to get on the end of a Leighton Baines cross.”
 7500 TO HOLTE  3 days ago
Aly Cissokho Career Honours
  • Porto: Portuguese Liga (1): 2008–09
  • Porto: Taca de Portugal (1): 2008–09
  • Lyon: Coupe de France (1): 2011–12
  • Lyon: Trophee des champions (1): 2012

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    Goalkeepers
    Brad Guzan Shay Given
    Defenders
    Alan Hutton Matthew Lowton
    Philippe Senderos Ciaran Clark
    Ron Vlaar Jores Okore
    Nathan Baker Aly Cissokho
    Midfielders
    Joe Cole Gabriel Agbonlahor
    Jack Grealish Charles N'Zogbia
    Kieran Richardson Fabian Delph
    Leandro Bacuna Ashley Westwood
    Tom Cleverley Carlos Sanchez
    Andreas Weimann
    Forwards
    Callum Robinson Christian Benteke
    Libor Kozak Darren Bent
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