The latest transfer of our Hungarian champion men's football team is the 23-year-old French midfielder Aïssa Laïdouni from the Romanian team FC Voluntari.
Aïssa Laïdouni, of Algerian descent, was born on 13 December 1996 in Montfermeil, France. He began his career in the youth teams of Angers SSC, and from 2014 he played in a lower-class championship in the colors of the club’s reserve team. Two years later, on April 2, 2016, he also made his debut in the first team of Angers on a match against Troyes AC. Laïdouni, then 19, played during the whole game as a right-back.
The player was loaned out in September for the following season (2016/2017), he played for Les Herbiers VF in the French third division. He was an important player of the team, but in the meantime, FC Chambly acquired his playing rights. He returned to Angers at the start of the 2017/2018 season for two games and then played 18 matches with the French third-class FC Chambly. in the summer of 2018, he transferred to the Romanian league and became the footballer of FC Voluntari, and immediately acquired a crucial player status in the team.
In Romania, he mostly played as a midfielder, but his former coaches also used him in defense and other parts of the midfield. Although his job is not primarily in the goal zone, he has nevertheless been able to play in 56 matches in the last two seasons, scoring seven goals and also giving five assists.
Name: Aïssa Laïdouni
Place and date of birth: Montfermeil, France, 13 December 1996
Previous clubs: Angers SSC II (2014-2017), Angers SSC (2016-2018), Les Herbiers VF (2016-2017 – loan), Chambly (2017-2018 – loan), Chambly II (2017-2018 – loan), Voluntari (2018-2020)
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