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Armand Traoré

Footballer
Male
Born Dec 8, 1989
Age 24
Hometown Paris
Team Juventus + France...
Position Left back
Other Names Traor%C3%A9, Armand

Armand Mohamed Traoré is a French-born Senegalese footballer who plays for Queens Park Rangers as a left back. Traoré is a product of the famous Arsenal Academy, he has also represented France at under-19 and under-21 levels, but has since opted to represent his parents' native country, Senegal, at the senior level.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1989 Birth Born on October 8, 1989.

TEENAGE

2005 15 Years Old 1 More Event
Traoré joined Arsenal on 1 August 2005, having previously been at Racing Paris and Monaco.
2006 16 Years Old The Frenchman went on to sign a professional contract with the Club in August before making his first team debut in the League Cup in a Third Round match against West Bromwich Albion on 24 October 2006, coming on as a 24th minute substitute for Emmanuel Adebayor. … Read More
On Wednesday 28 February 2007, he started the FA Cup quarter-final replay against Blackburn Rovers in a 1–0 defeat at Ewood Park.
He later apologised the situation and said that he didn't know that it was wrong because the laws are different in France. He also started Arsenal's FA Cup tie against Burnley, before being replaced by Justin Hoyte in the 71st minute, and was on the bench during Arsenal's 3–1 Premier League victory over Manchester City on 2 February 2008, but did not actually make it onto the pitch.
2009 19 Years Old Traoré scored his first Premier League goal on 18 May 2009 in a home match to Sunderland, Portsmouth went on to win 3–1. … Read More

TWENTIES

On 31 August 2010, Traoré joined Italian giants Juventus on a season-long loan. … Read More
He made his first start in Serie A for Juventus on 10 January 2011, starting the match against Napoli. … Read More
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