- matches played 296
- goals 111
- assists 12
- Last appearance (days ago) 29
Tomas Necid played 28 matches this season. Measuring 191cm, ADO Den Haag's average player height surpasses Tomas Necid by 9cm. He is a right footer just as 61% of ADO Den Haag. Born on August 13, 1989, his age of 29 underlies his team's mean. The club of Tomas Necid, ADO Den Haag, presently holds tenth position in Eredivisie (Netherlands). Czech forward Tomas Necid, who is currently under contract to ADO Den Haag in Netherlands, joined the club August 28, 2018.
He wears the jerses number 9 strip at ADO Den Haag. Apart from Tomas Necid, Melvyn Lorenzen, Sheraldo Becker, Elson Hooi, Thijmen Goppel, Yahya Boussakou and Ricardo Kishna are also forwards of ADO Den Haag. Altogether, he was substituted in 117 and out 69 times. Currently, he entered the pit more than he left it which holds true for last season as well. He weighs 84kg which is 6kg more than his team's average heftiness. The briefest time Tomas Necid's spent on a team counts merely four months in PEC Zwolle (Netherlands).
To date, collectively he holds 42 penalties, of which one is red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 271 games, the last appearance being 18 days ago. In terms of top seasons, the Eredivisie 14/15 (Netherlands) was Tomas Necid's best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals. He managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Bursaspor, the team he was subjected to before joining ADO Den Haag.
Concerning the latest matches, his club tied in Eredivisie. This season Tomas Necid scored nine and assisted three goals which is 14% of all of ADO Den Haag's goals in Eredivisie 18/19 (Netherlands). On average, he initialized 0.11 and hit the net 0.32 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. Back then 0.24 goals and 0 assists per match have been achieved. Sadly, he scored one own goal in his career. This happened with SK Slavia Prague in Gambrinus Liga 08/09 (Czech Republic). His longest stay in a team counts seven years and 11 months in Czech Republic (Czech Republic).
(Last edited May 10, 2019)