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Profile of the Swiss footballer Johan Djourou, who currently plays as a defender at HSV. The 27-year old player Djourou joined Hamburg from Arsenal and wears the number 5 shirt.

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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)
2006–Switzerland 48(1)

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Johan Djourou : HSV News
“Dortmund had one final chance in the 93rd minute when a cross fell to Ramos who headed it on towards Aubameyang but just before it got to the Dortmund player Djourou produced an athletic overhead clearance to deny them at the death.”
 VAVEL  20 days ago
“Hamburg: Drobny, Diekmeier (Götz 90'), Westermann, Djourou, Ostrzolek, Behrami Gladbach's derby game with Köln on Sunday failed to see the net bulge and surprising HSV managed to hold champions Bayern Munich to a goalless draw.”
 VAVEL  30 days ago
“Milivoje Novakovic scored an 80th-minute penalty after Switzerland defender Johan Djourou brought down Kevin Kampl. At the top, England has a superior difference to Lithuania, which beat Estonia 1-0 on Saulius Mikoliunas' late goal.”
 North Bay Nipissing  15 days ago
“And things got worse for the hosts just before half-time as a mistake by Johan Djourou allowed Frankfurt to take the lead Heiko Westermann's header was saved by Wiedwald before the moment the HSV-Arena had been waiting for arrived.”
 espnfc.com  26 days ago
“Premier League fans will recognize a few names with HSV, including Lewis Holtby and Johan Djourou. Holtby was sent on loan to Hamburg from parent club Tottenham, just days before manager Mirko Slomka was fired.”
 prosoccertalk.nbcsports.com  26 days ago
Johan Djourou Career Honours
  • Arsenal: UEFA Champions League: 2005–06
  • Arsenal: League Cup: 2007, 2011

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    Jaroslav Drobny
    Dennis Diekmeier Ashton Gotz
    Matthias Ostrzolek Marcell Jansen
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    Johan Djourou Heiko Westermann
    Philipp Muller Valmir Nafiu
    Maximilian Beister Nicolai Muller
    Julian Green Ivo Ilicevic
    Rafael van der Vaart Zoltan Stieber
    Lewis Holtby Petr Jiracek
    Tolgay Arslan Tolcay Cigerci
    Matti Steinmann Gideon Jung
    Gojko Kacar Valon Behrami
    Artjoms Rudnevs Pierre-Michel Lasogga
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