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Profile of the Ghanaian footballer Kevin-Prince Boateng, who currently plays as a midfielder at Schalke. The 28-year old player Boateng joined Schalke from AC Milan and wears the number - shirt.

Kevin-Prince Boateng
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        (Squad number -)

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Kevin-Prince Boateng Career
2004–2007Hertha BSC II29(5)
2005–2007Hertha BSC42(4)
2007–2009Tottenham Hotspur14(0)
2009Borussia Dortmund (loan)10(0)
2013–Schalke 0445(6)


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Kevin-Prince Boateng : Schalke News
“Ghanaian international Kevin Prince Boateng is thrilled to be making a return to his former with the former Italian Champions after failing to impress at German Club Schalke O4 where he joined from Milan in 2013.”
 Sports Peace FM Online 9 days ago
“Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has described AC Milan as his home after returning to train with the club. Boateng was suspended indefinitely by German Bundesliga side Schalke in May and has since not played competitive football.”
 Ghana Web 9 days ago
“Kevin-Prince Boateng’s agent says his client is “just thinking about “The overall experience at Schalke was positive, the first year was good, and in the second things dropped off a little.”
 Football Italia 9 days ago
“According to the Corriere dello Sport, Milan vice-president and CEO Adriano Galliani is giving a lot of thought to the Possibility of Bringing Kevin-Prince Boateng back.”
 Ghana Soccemet 9 days ago
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 Tribal Football 9 days ago
“Kevin-Prince Boateng says he is now happy having seen his time in the Bundesliga with Schalke seemingly cut short. Boateng was indefinitely suspended by Schalke in back in May and looks set to leave the club when the January transfer comes around.”
 Eat Sleep Sport 10 days ago
“Kevin-Prince Boateng has revealed his delight at returning to former club AC Milan, where he will train until the end of the year following his falling out with Schalke.”
 Football411 10 days ago
“According to the Corriere dello Sport, Milan vice-president and CEO Adriano Galliani is giving a lot of thought to the possibility of bringing Kevin-Prince Boateng back.”
 CalcioMercato.com 10 days ago
“Schalke outcast Kevin-Prince Boateng is back training with former club Milan until the end of 2015. Kevin-Prince Boateng is happy to be back "home" training with former club Milan, following his exile from Schalke.”
 Four Four Two 10 days ago
“The Ghana forward has never hidden his love for the Serie A giants, with a training opportunity indicating he could be close to a return Milan have confirmed that Schalke 04 outcast Kevin-Prince Boateng would start training with the Italian side from”
 Vibe Ghana 12 days ago
Kevin-Prince Boateng Career Honours
  • Tottenham Hotspur: Football League Cup: 2007–08
  • Portsmouth: FA Cup runner-up: 2009–10
  • Milan: Serie A: 2010–11
  • Milan: Supercoppa Italiana: 2011
  • Milan: Serie A runner-up: 2011–12
  • Fritz-Walter-Medal: in Bronze 2005 (Category U18)
  • Fritz-Walter-Medal: in Gold 2006 (Category U19)
  • Das Erste Goal of the Month (Germany): 2005
  • Oscar del Calcio Serie A Team of the Year: 2010–11
  • San Siro Gentleman award: Gentleman against racism: 2013

    Source: wikipedia.org

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