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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
“Djourou joined Arsenal in 2003 as a 16-year-old and made 144 appearances for the first team, though he struggled to nail down a spot in Arsene Wenger's starting XI in recent seasons, also spending the second half of the 2012-13 season on loan in Germany”
 Goal  23 days ago
“Borussia Dortmund – and kept the dinosaurs HSV in the Bundesliga almost single-handedly Zoltan Stieber (Greuther Fürth), Artjoms Rudnevs (Hannover, loan return), Johan Djourou (Arsenal, loan made permanent), Per Skjelbred (Hertha BSC, loan return”
 Backpage Football  9 days ago
“The "HSV" lacked in penetration and had to wait until the 70th round as the goalkeeper defused two Cottbus penalties meanwhile Rafael van der Vaart, Johan Djourou, Marcell Jansen and Artjoms Rudnevs all converted their penalties from the spot.”
 China Economic Net  11 days ago
“Of the €23m they've spent, a big proportion of it was on Johan Djourou and Pierre-Michel Lasogga, who were already at the club last term on loan.”
 Goal  11 days ago
“Only Rafael van der Vaart provided any spark for HSV before the break, although the Dutch playmaker saving two Energie penalties as van der Vaart, Johan Djourou, Marcell Jansen and Artjoms Rudnevs all converted to send Slomka's men into the next”
 bundesliga.com  12 days ago
“The 24 year-old, who will become the new HSV number 22, has signed a contract that will keep pre-season friendly where they 3-1 against Rot-Wei? Erfurt. Defender, Johan Djourou has also completed a permanent move from Arsenal.”
 GIVEMESPORT  16 days ago
New signing Matthias Ostrzolek arrives at the Imtech Arena (via @HSV) pic.twitter.com/xPdIMb2i5m While Ostrzolek will retain the captain's armband for the 2014/15 campaign. Centre-half Johan Djourou will be vice-captian.”
 bundesliga.com  17 days ago
Johan Djourou Career Honours
  • Arsenal: UEFA Champions League: 2005–06
  • Arsenal: League Cup: 2007, 2011

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    Alexander Brunst-Zollner Rene Adler
    Jaroslav Drobny
    Ashton Gotz Dennis Diekmeier
    Matthias Ostrzolek Slobodan Rajkovic
    Heiko Westermann Jonathan Tah
    Johan Djourou Marcell Jansen
    Cleber Reis
    Maximilian Beister Nicolai Muller
    Ivo Ilicevic Zoltan Stieber
    Kerem Demirbay Tolgay Arslan
    Per Ciljan Skjelbred Matti Steinmann
    Gideon Jung Gojko Kacar
    Milan Badelj Petr Jiracek
    Rafael van der Vaart Valmir Nafiu
    Philipp Muller Valon Behrami
    Artjoms Rudnevs Pierre-Michel Lasogga
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