- matches played 44
- goals 23
- assists 2
- Last appearance (days ago) 379
The Danish forward Andre Riel joined his current team, AGF Aarhus (Denmark), in August 2017. Andre Riel is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 21.10.1989. He had but one match appearance this season. He prefers to play with his right foot, as do 67% of his teammates. Standing 1.82 meter high, Andre Riel is as tall as his team's mean height. He is currently first in group A of Atlantic Cup and first in group Relegation round, Group 1 of Superligaen (Denmark) with his team AGF Aarhus.
He was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being FC Helsingoer, for whom he played before coming to Denmark. Andre Riel's squad won 100% (100% home) in Atlantic Cup and won 83% (67% home) in Superligaen. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches happened in Superligaen with a count of 5. The briefest time his spent on a team counts five months in B36 Torshavn (Faroe Islands). Apart from Andre Riel, Mustapha Bundu, Patrick Mortensen, Magnus Kaastrup, Alexander Ammitzboll and Ryan Mmaee are also forwards of AGF Aarhus.
He received the jersey number 21 at AGF Aarhus. He reached the 20 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 248 days ago. After an overall look at his career, we can see that Andre Riel was substituted in seven times but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often just like in the previous one. Two years and 0 days was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is BK Sollerod-Vedbaek (Denmark).
At 160.94lb, he carries 9lb less than the average AGF Aarhus player. The contemporary term does not appear to be Andre Riel's best one yet, as he managed to neither score nor provide any assists. In his footballer career, a total of two cards were ascribed to Andre Riel. While thus obtaining an average of 0.29 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. In terms of top seasons, the 1st Division 16/17 (Denmark) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)