Kebano, Nesken

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Neskens Kebano fr Neeskens Kebano; March 10, 1992, Montreux, France - French and Congolese football player, Genk midfielder
Biography edit
Named after Johan Neskens
Student of ASA Montereau and PSG clubs, the latter has made significant tournament successes in junior teams Since 2011 years was involved in the games of the PSG main team, having spent 9 official matches in various tournaments and scoring 1 goal
In 2012, he extended the contract with PSG to 2016
In August 2012, he was leased for the season to League 2 club Kan
Played for various youth national teams of France, member of the youthful pervens U-17 2009 UEFA European Championship
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Genk Football Club as of July 1, 2015
1 Bizot in 2 Brabets 3 Nastich 4 Collie 5 Walsh 6 Devas 7 Karelis 8 Kumorji 9 Boethius 10 Sushich 11 Naranjo 14 Throssard 15 Wauters 16 Wanzeir 17 Chimanga 18 Malinowski 19 Buffel to 20 Sabak 21 Dropped 22 Scravers 23 Seigers 24 Pozuelo 25 Berge 26 Ryan in 28 X ynen 30 Jakers at 33 Zebli 40 Cook at 41 Kastan 77 Samatta Coach: Albert Steuvenberg
National team of the Congo - African Cup of Nations 2015 - 3rd place
1 Kidiaba in
2 Issama 3 Casusula
4 Waalembo - 5 Munganga - 6 Makyadi - 7 Mulumbu k - 8 Karzh - 9 Mbokani - 10 Kebano - 11 Bolashi - 12 Mabele - 13 Kabanga
14 Zakuani - 15 Kimwaki - 16 Kudimbana at 17 Mongongu - 18 Mabwati - 19 Bokila - 20 Mabidi - 21 Mubele and 22 Mbemba-Mangulu
23 Mandanda in
coach: Florent Ibenga
National team of the Congo - African Cup of Nations 2017
1 Matampi in
2 Mpeco
3 N'Sacala 4 Icoko 5 Tisseran
6 Kabananga - 7 Mulumbu - 8 Mpoku - 9 Mbokani - 10 Kebano - 11 Botaka - 12 Bolings - 13 Lomaliza - 14 Zakuani to
15 Mulumba - 16 Qudimbana at
17 Bakambu
18 Bokadi
19 Boquila
20 Magoma
21 Mubela 22 Mbemba-Mangulu
23 Chiassumbua at
coach: Florent Ibenga
Best African soccer player of the Belgian championship
1992 Amokachi 1993 Ikpeba 1994 Amokachi 1995 Okpara 1996 Babayaro 1997 Mpenza 1998 Addo 1999 Oulare 2000 Nzelo Lambi 2001 Mido 2002 Dagano 2003 Dindan 2004 Company 2005 Company 2006 Busfufa 2007 Thump 2008 Fellaini 2009 Busfufa 2010 Busfufa 2011 Lukaku 2012 Mbokani 2013 Leie 2014 Baht uayi 2015 Kebano 2016 Hanni


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