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Profile of the Danish footballer Jores Okore, who currently plays as a defender at Aston Villa. The 24-year old player Okore joined Aston Villa from and wears the number 5 shirt.

Jores Okore
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        (Squad number 5)

Denmark Denmark

Jores Okore Career
2011–2013Nordsjælland65(5)
2013–Aston Villa26(1)

2011–Denmark U217(0)
2011–Denmark8(0)

Jores Okore : Aston Villa News
“Aston Villa fans have waded in with their score predictions The only absentee for Roberto Di Matteo is Jores Okore, who is unliekly to have started anyway.”
 Birmingham Mail 8 days ago
“His experience will help Villa through this season and the sooner he gets used to the new way of working, the better. Jores Okore is the only confirmed absentee. This widget requires javascript to work.”
 Birmingham Mail 8 days ago
“Villa will be without Jores Okore due to injury. Meanwhile certainly like it to be a Premier League fixture - and it is a difficult game for both teams.”
 www.avfc.co.uk 8 days ago
“Roberto Di Matteo has previewed his first derby clash as manager of Aston Villa, and given his thoughts about he said it would be the same group he picked from as midweek, but Jores Okore was 'not available'.”
 Vital Football 8 days ago
“After a meek 17 point haul last season, there was obviously going to be the difficult task of clearing out an Aston If Villa are willing to put up £8m+ for James Chester that surely means they don’t seem to fancy Jores Okore anymore.”
 myoldmansaid.com 11 days ago
“Aston Villa's Gabby Agbonlahor sends out a firm message about his future Jores Okore, Jack Grealish and Gary Gardner were all given opportunities to shine against the Hatters in midweek, but a 3-1 defeat and early EFL Cup embarrassment won't have increased”
 Birmingham Mail 16 days ago
“Instead of signing Chester, the club concluded deals for Libor Kozak, Jores Okore, Leandro Bacuna, Aleksandar Tonev, Nicklas Helenius and Antonio Luna, none of whom have gone on to become firm Villa Park favourites.”
 Birmingham Mail 16 days ago
“New Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has vowed to step up his overhaul Di Matteo made seven changes for the Luton debacle, where Jores Okore scored a ridiculous own goal and pundit Paul Merson slaughtered his old club’s display.”
 Mirror 17 days ago
“Replying to fan queries in a Twitter question and answer session on Wednesday afternoon, Aston Villa's new owner Tony Xia confidently predicted they would be the 'top club in Europe' within five years.”
 Daily Mail 17 days ago
“Whilst Villa’s new owner Dr Tony Xia may have been bold enough than the scoreline however was this 66th-minute own-goal via Denmark international Jores Okore. Truly painful stuff….”
 dispensablesoccer.com 17 days ago
Jores Okore Career Honours
  • Nordsjælland: Danish Superliga:
  • Nordsjælland: Winners: 2011–12
  • Nordsjælland: Danish Cup:
  • Nordsjælland: Winners: 2010–11
  • Aston Villa: FA Cup Runner-up: 2014–15
  • Aston Villa: Aston Villa F.C. season 2014-15

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Jed Steer Mark Bunn
    Pierluigi Gollini
    Defenders
    Ritchie De Laet Leandro Bacuna
    Joe Bennett Aly Cissokho
    Jordan Amavi Tommy Elphick
    Joleon Lescott Nathan Baker
    Jores Okore Micah Richards
    James Chester Alan Hutton
    Midfielders
    Adama Traore Andre Green
    Jack Grealish Aaron Tshibola
    Gary Gardner Jordan Lyden
    Ashley Westwood Mile Jedinak
    Forwards
    Gabriel Agbonlahor Rudy Gestede
    Jordan Ayew Ross McCormack
    Libor Kozak