- matches played 130
- goals 18
- assists 8
- Last appearance (days ago) 16
These days, Baptiste Guillaume's team Olympique Nimes comes eighth place in Ligue 1 (France). The Flemish forward Baptiste Guillaume joined his current team, Olympique Nimes (France), in July 2018. He played 24 matches this season. Since he came into world in 1995, to be more precise June 16th, the forward is NaN years younger than Olympique Nimes'' average player. Baptiste Guillaume prefers to play with his right foot, as do 68% of his teammates. Standing 1.89 meter high, he is larger, when looking at the average height in his team.
He was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being Lille OSC, for whom he played before coming to France. Baptiste Guillaume reached the 123 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being eleven days ago. Weighing 169.75lb, he measures 6lb more than the average player on Olympique Nimes. His shortest spell with a club was eleven months in Racing Strasbourg (France). Baptiste Guillaume's best season was Ligue 2 16/17 (France), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of both goals, forward passes and match presencegoalsforward passesmatch presence.
Already twelve times a card was given to him in his tenure. The current Ligue 1 18/19 (France) term proves to be good for Baptiste Guillaume, as he managed to score twice (0.08 per match) and provide an assist once. Basically, 3.8% of Olympique Nimes'' goals in Ligue 1 18/19 were caused by him. So far in his career as football player, he was part of five clubs. He also plays for SCO Angers. Baptiste Guillaume plays with the jersey number 25.
After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in 53 times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein the contrary happened. Concerning the latest matches, his club won in Ligue 1. Besides Baptiste Guillaume, there are eight more forwards in Olympique Nimes'' lot: Rachid Alioui, Sada Thioub, Lucas Buades, Panagiotis Vlachodimos, Sami Ben Amar, Clement Depres, Renaud Ripart and Umut Bozok. Two years and 7 months was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is Belgium (Belgium).
(Last edited May 10, 2019)