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Profile of the Swiss footballer Johan Djourou, who currently plays as a defender at HSV. The 29-year old player Djourou joined Hamburg from and wears the number 5 shirt.

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        (Squad number 5)

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Johan Djourou Career
2007–2008Birmingham City (loan)13(0)
2013Hannover 96 (loan)14(0)
2013–2014Hamburg (loan)22(0)

2001–2002Switzerland U164(0)
2002Switzerland U174(0)
2003–2004Switzerland U198(1)
2004–2005Switzerland U209(1)
2006Switzerland U212(0)

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Johan Djourou : HSV News
“During the last international break, Johan Djourou made it very clear he wasn’t planning on staying at HSV in Germany for much longer.”
 sportwitness.co.uk 18 days ago
“At best a debatable point. Could former Arsenal defender Johan Djourou be headed for east London? The Swiss international will be out of contract at HSV in the Bundesliga in the summer and is known to be on the Irons’ radar.”
 Wharf 27 days ago
“With reports that West Ham would be interested in signing former Arsenal defender Johan Djourou, the player has revealed as one of the main reasons why he wants to leave HSV, Djourou will certainly be looking for clubs who don’t continuously change”
 sportwitness.co.uk 30 days ago
“According to German newspaper Bild, former Arsenal defender Johan Djourou is on Bilic's shopping list Now, three years after joining HSV permanently, Djourou could be set for a return to the Premier League, with West Ham desperate for defensive”
 thesportbible.com 31 days ago
“West Ham are keeping close tabs on former Arsenal man Johan Djourou, who is set to become a free agent when defender in January but were unable to push through a deal due to HSV being embroiled in a relegation battle.”
 Goal 31 days ago
Johan Djourou Career Honours
  • Arsenal: UEFA Champions League: 2005–06
  • Arsenal: League Cup: 2007, 2011

    Source: wikipedia.org

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