Jordi Mboula


  • matches played 24
  • goals 13
  • assists 0
  • Last appearance (days ago) 104

In July 2017, Spanish forward Jordi Mboula joined AS Monaco (France), whom he is still playing for. The 20-year-old Jordi Mboula was born on March 16, 1999 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age. These days, his team AS Monaco comes fourth place in group A of UEFA Champions League plus 17th place in Ligue 1 (France). He played nine matches this season. Standing 1.83 meter high, Jordi Mboula is as tall as his team's mean height.

21% of AS Monaco's football players are left footers and so is Jordi Mboula. In terms of top seasons, the UEFA Youth League 16/17 was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals. His jersey displays the number 22. Jordi Mboula just scored no and initialized no goals at present. This leads to roughly zero scores per match in the resent season. One could say he translated to a slighlty diminished form compared to last year yielding a per-match-quota of 0.33 goals and 0 assists.

The longest period that he stayed in a team was one year and 11 months in FC Barcelona (Spain) Only once did he gain a penalty in his tenure. While being substituted more in than out this season, we can observe that this trend came from last season. Moreover, Jordi Mboula shows five out and nine in substitutions in total. Weighing 158.73lb, he measures 8lb less than the average player on AS Monaco. As for winning percentages, he won with AS Monaco not a single recent match in UEFA Champions League and simply 20% of their home matches (20% in total) in Ligue 1. Unfortunately, his team recorded no wins in the last 5 games, registering a 4-games-in-a-row loss-streak including 1 draws.

Throughout his professional career, Jordi Mboula participated in 15 games, the last appearance being 180 days ago. Besides Jordi Mboula, there are ten more forwards in AS Monaco's lot: Gobe Gouano, Radamel Falcao, Moussa Sylla, Carlos Vinicius, Stevan Jovetic, Lyle Foster, Wilson Isidor, Willem Geubbels, Gelson Martins and Pietro Pellegri. He played for FC Barcelona and Spain before ending up in AS Monaco. Eleven months has been the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (the current one).

(Last edited May 11, 2019)