Bakari Koné Insitut JMG managementBakari Koné  is a retired Ivorian footballer who played as a winger and formed at JMG original Soccer Academy in Ivory Coast.  His first major team was with FC Lorient  in France League 2 in 2003. In his first season at the club he scored a respectable 10 goals, but then bagged an impressive 24 in 35 appearances in the 2004–05 season. Eboué played for the Ivory Coast national team, earning 42 caps and 9 goals.

For further information on him this is his Wikipedia page 

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Bakari Koné Individual Honors :

  • Season Club Matches played (Goals)
    2001-2002 ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast) 25 (10)
    2002-2003 Al-Ittihad Doha (Qatar) 28 (11)
    2003-2005 FC Lorient (France) 72 (35)
    2005-2008 OGC Nice (France) 101 (29)
    2008-2010 Olympique de Marseille (France) 80 (16)
    2010-2012 Lekhwiya (Qatar) 43 (15)
    2012-2013 Qatar SC (Qatar) 24 (8)
    2013-2014 Umm Salal (Qatar) 15 (6)
    2014-2015 Ajman Club (Qatar) 22 (8)
    2016-2017 Paris FC (France) 7(0)

CLUB RECORDS

Season Club Title
1999-2000 ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast) African Super Cup
1999-2000 ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast) Ivory Coast Championship
2000-2001 ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast) Ivory Coast Championship
2001-2002 ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast) Ivory Coast Championship
2005-2006 OGC Nice (France) League Cup Finalist
2008-2009 Olympique de Marseille (France) French Vice-Champion
2009-2010 Olympique de Marseille (France) French Champion, League Cup Winner
2010-2011 Lekhwiya (Qatar) Qatar Championship
2011-2012 Lekhwiya (Qatar) Qatar Championship

 

NATIONAL TEAM SELECTION RECORDS

Year Participations
 2006   
  • Participation in the World Cup (Germany)
  • Finalist of the CAN (African Cup of Nations)

 

PERSONAL REWARDS

Year Rewards
 2005
  • Best second league player in France
  • “Merlu d’or” (the favourite player of Lorient fans)
  • Top scorer in the second league in France in the 2004-2005 season (24 goals)
2008
  • Ivorian Player of the Year (sport-ivoire prize)

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