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Profile of the Ghanaian footballer Kevin-Prince Boateng, who currently plays as a midfielder at Schalke. The 27-year old player Boateng joined Schalke from AC Milan and wears the number 9 shirt.

Kevin-Prince Boateng
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        (Squad number 9)

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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)
2009–2010Portsmouth22(3)
2010–2013Milan74(10)
2013–Schalke 0424(6)

2001–2002Germany U154(1)
2002–2003Germany U1610(3)
2003–2004Germany U1710(1)
2004–2005Germany U199(4)
2005–2006Germany U202(0)
2006–2009Germany U216(0)
2010–Ghana11(2)

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Kevin-Prince Boateng : Schalke News
“Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng admits his German side were simply not up to task in their comprehensive 3-1 defeat to Stuttgart in their Bundesliga over the weekend.”
 Ghana Web  3 days ago
“Kevin-Prince Boateng says Schalke were not up to the task in their match against StuttgartSchalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng admits his German side were simply not up to task in their comprehensive 3-1 defeat to Stuttgart in their Bundesliga over the”
 Yardbarker  3 days ago
“Schalke star Kevin Prince Boateng says his team slept for too long in the defeat to Stuttgart. Chasing an automatic Champions league spot with rivals Dortmund,the Royal Blues desperately needed a win against the relegation threatened Swabians.”
 Modern Ghana  3 days ago
“Schalke won a corner in the first minute and nearly took The home side desperately needed to find something in the second half and Kevin-Prince Boateng forced Casillas into a save from long range in the 47th minute with Max Meyer horribly miscuing”
 The Courier  7 days ago
“Kevin-Prince Boateng has been given a day off by his German club Schalke today to witness the expected birth of his child as he has published a picture of him kissing the heavily pregnant belly of his girlfriend.”
 Ghana Soccemet  9 days ago
“Kevin Prince-Boateng passed up a headed opportunity midway through the half, before, on 36 minutes, Huntelaar headed straight at Trapp who reacted sprightly to palm over the crossbar.”
 Sky Sports  19 days ago
“Ghanaian has all the qualities it take to be a great leader on and off the pitch Schalke coach Jens Keller has stated that Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng can be a good leader at the club.”
 Goal  16 days ago
“Szalai pulled a goal back for the Royal Blues in the 69th minute when he converted Leon Goretzka's cross, and Schalke almost made things interesting when Kevin-Prince Boateng's header was saved well by Ulreich.”
 FOX Sports  4 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

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    Goalkeepers
    Timo Hildebrand Ralf Fahrmann
    Defenders
    Felipe Santana Kaan Ayhan
    Joel Matip Sead Kolasinac
    Benedikt Howedes Philipp Max
    Atsuto Uchida Christian Fuchs
    Dennis Aogo Tim Hoogland
    Kyriakos Papadopoulos
    Midfielders
    Roman Neustadter Chinedu Obasi
    Marco Hoger Jan Kirchhoff
    Anthony Annan Max Meyer
    Julian Draxler Leon Goretzka
    Leroy Sane Kevin-Prince Boateng
    Christian Clemens Jefferson Farfan
    Forwards
    Adam Szalai Klaas-Jan Huntelaar