- matches played 251
- goals 51
- assists 3
- Last appearance (days ago) 27
Flemish midfielder Erik Bakker, who is currently under contract to De Graafschap in Netherlands, joined the club July 31, 2018. So far in the 2018/2019 season, Erik Bakker competed in 20 fixtures. These days, his team De Graafschap comes 16th place in Eredivisie (Netherlands). 71% of De Graafschap's football players are right footers and so is Erik Bakker. He stands 177cm high and thus is 5cm smaller than his team on average. Since he came into world in 1990, to be more precise March 21st, the midfielder is NaN years younger than De Graafschap's average player.
This season Erik Bakker scored one and assisted one goal. On average, he initialized 0.05 and hit the net 0.05 times per match this season which is a worse performance than last year's. Back then 0.08 goals and 0.04 assists per match have been achieved. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in 45 times but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often just like in the previous one.
He played 249 matches in total and hindermost appeared 21 days ago. On average, he has participated in 10.8 matches per season. In terms of winning, Erik Bakker's team was able to do so in only 20% of Eredivisie's matches. His shortest stay in a club has been ten months in his present-day squad. In terms of top seasons, the Eerste Divisie 11/12 (Netherlands) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals. At 169.75lb, Erik Bakker carries 4lb more than the average De Graafschap player.
He is playing as midfielder in De Graafschap together with Nabil Bahoui, Koen Huntelaar, Robert Klaasen, Youssef El Jebli, Jonathan Vergara Berrio, Liban Abdulahi, Azor Matusiwa, Javier Vet and Frank Olijve. His longest stay in a team counts five years and 11 months in SC Cambuur (Netherlands). Erik Bakker plays with the jersey number 18. Before joining De Graafschap, he was engaged in the squads of SC Cambuur and PEC Zwolle. Already 35 times a card was given to him in his tenure.
(Last edited May 11, 2019)