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Profile of the Swiss footballer Johan Djourou, who currently plays as a defender at HSV. The 28-year old player Djourou joined Hamburg from Arsenal 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 did not have the best of times at Arsenal, but the Swiss defender has found his feet at Hamburg in the Bundesliga.”
 Metro 6 days ago
“The late match on Saturday turned out to be a great one, as Hamburg dramatically took all three points at home against Stuttgart. Bruno Labaddia's side were helped by two minutes of madness from Florian Klein.”
 Daily News Egypt 6 days ago
“3-2, min 88, Djourou.”
 VAVEL 8 days ago
“Johan Djourou was back in team training on Thursday and is also On the contrary, Stuttgart were promising going forward, but couldn't find the crucial finish. If HSV can stay solid for 90 minutes, then they may have a chance.”
 VAVEL 8 days ago
“FCB turned the screw with Müller just off target and HSV keeper Rene Adler turning aside Boateng the Reds had a very convincing shout for a penalty waved aside when Johan Djourou appeared to handle the loose ball.”
 MSN 15 days ago
“Despite a good pre-season, HSV were dumped out of the cup by third division side Carl Zeiss Jena last weekend. Another dogfight looms. The romantic's choice this year will be SV Darmstadt.”
 Daily Mail 16 days ago
Johan Djourou Career Honours
  • Arsenal: UEFA Champions League: 2005–06
  • Arsenal: League Cup: 2007, 2011

    Source: wikipedia.org

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