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Profile of the Ivorean footballer Lacina Traore, who currently plays as a forward at Monaco. The 25-year old player Traore joined Monaco from and wears the number 19 shirt.

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Lacina Traore Career
2007–2008Stade d'Abidjan47(18)
2008–2011CFR Cluj44(14)
2011–2012Kuban Krasnodar38(18)
2012–2014Anzhi Makhachkala29(13)
2014–Monaco6(1)
2014Everton (loan)1(0)

2011Cote d'Ivoire U235(3)
2012–Cote d'Ivoire8(4)

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Lacina Traore : Monaco News
“It is hard to see any real value in backing a road win at 17/2 in this one. Monaco led 2-0 at half-time through Lacina Traore and Nabil Dirar, but needed Bernardo Silva's 76th-minute strike (see below) as Mevlut Erding and Brou Angoua scored for the away side.”
 Quadrangle Yesterday
“"We suffered a lot", Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas said. "We need to be a lot better than tonight to beat Monaco". They won with goals from Lacina Traore, Nabil Dirar and Bernardo Silva despite letting the visitors back into the match late on.”
 bilbaoya.com Yesterday
“Monaco was also 2-0 up at the break after goals from Lacina Traore and Nabil Dirar. Mevlut Erding got Guingamp back in the match but Bernardo Silva restored his side's two-goal cushion.”
 Yahoo Sport New Zealand Yesterday
“At the Stade Louis II, Monaco led 2-0 after goals from Lacina Traore and Nabil Dirar before Mevlut Erdinc pulled one back for the visitors in the 75th minute.”
 Four Four Two 2 days ago
“At the Stade Louis II, Monaco led 2-0 after goals from Lacina Traore and Nabil Dirar before Mevlut Erdinc pulled one back for the visitors in the 75th minute.”
 pulse.com.gh 2 days ago
“Monaco, desperate to finish second after missing out on the Champions League group stage following a playoff defeat by Valencia this season, went ahead through Traore's deft effort in the 17th minute before Dirar's deflected strike in the 40th.”
 YAHOO Sports 2 days ago
“Monaco had slipped up in the race for the second automatic Champions League spot last weekend when they drew 1-1 at Stade Rennes but responded well to beat Guingamp.”
 uk.sports.yahoo.com 2 days ago
“Monaco strengthened their grip on a Champions League place with an entertaining 3-2 win against Guingamp.”
 espnfc.com 2 days ago
“Monaco had slipped up in the race for the second automatic Champions League spot last weekend when they drew 1-1 at Stade Rennes but responded well to beat Guingamp.”
 Daily Mail 2 days ago
“AS Monaco: Subasic; Fabinho, Carvalho, Wallace, Raggi (Jemerson); Dirar, Silva, Bakayoko, Costa (Moutinho), Toulalan (c), Traore (Carrillo). SCORE: 0-1, min. 14, Costa. 1-1, min. 80, Sio. REFEREE: Fredy Faurtel.”
 VAVEL 7 days ago
Lacina Traore Career Honours
  • CFR Cluj: Liga I: 2009–10
  • CFR Cluj: Cupa Romaniei: 2008–09, 2009–10
  • CFR Cluj: Supercupa Romaniei: 2009, 2010
  • Ivory Coast: Africa Cup of Nations: 2015

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Seydou Sy Paul Nardi
    Danijel Subasic
    Defenders
    Almamy Toure Fabinho
    Elderson Fabio Coentrao
    Raphael Diarra Ricardo Carvalho
    Andrea Raggi Wallace
    Jemerson
    Midfielders
    Nabil Dirar Bernardo Silva
    Kylian Mbappe Helder Costa
    Ivan Cavaleiro Fares Bahlouli
    Thomas Lemar Mario Pasalic
    Adama Traore Joao Moutinho
    Jonathan Mexique Abdou Aziz Thiam
    Jeremy Toulalan Tiemoue Bakayoko
    Forwards
    Vagner Love Lacina Traore
    Guido Carrillo