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Merveille Bokadi

    All-time

  • matches played 86
  • goals 6
  • assists 0
  • Last appearance (days ago) 33

In July 2017, French midfielder Merveille Bokadi joined Standard Liege (Belgium), whom he is still playing for. Merveille Bokadi played 13 matches this season. Born on May 21, 1992, his age of 26 underlies his team's mean. In UEFA Europa League, Standard Liege is in third position and in First Division A (Belgium) of group Championship Round they are in fourth place. Merveille Bokadi's jersey displays the number 20. On the whole, he joined the pitch simply once and left it six times after the start of the match. In the present term, he left as many games before the final whistle as he joined after match start.

He reached the 28 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being today. This season Merveille Bokadi scored one and assisted no goals which is 12.5% of all of Standard Liege's goals in First Division A 18/19 (Belgium). On average, he hit the net 0.08 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. So far in his career as football player, he was part of two clubs. So far this season, he won 50% in UEFA Europa League and lost 50% of Standard Liege's matches in First Division A. They also managed to win 3 fixtures in a row in UEFA Europa League.

Merveille Bokadi's shortest spell with a club currently counts five months in his latest side. His longest stay in a team counts one year and 11 months in TP Mazembe (Congo, the Democratic Republic of the). Standard Liege has nine more midfielders in their squad, namely Nicolas Raskin, Razvan Marin, Mehdi Carcela-González, Lindon Selahi, Joachim Carcela Gonzalez, Gojko Cimirot, Samuel Bastien, William Balikwisha and Moussa Djenepo. Further, Merveille Bokadi also operates for Congo, the Democratic Republic of the. To date, collectively he holds six penalties. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. He was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being TP Mazembe, for whom he played before coming to Belgium.

(Last edited May 11, 2019)