[People Profile] All We Know About Yoane Wissa Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Yoane Wissa, born on the 3rd of September 1996. She is a pro soccer player who is a winger and forward in the Premier League club Brentford and the DR Congo national team.
A graduate out of the Chateauroux academy, Wissa began his senior career at the club in the year 2015 and after a brief spell at Angers and then transferring to Lorient in the year 2018. He was a member of the Lorient team that finished with the 2019-20 campaign with the title of Ligue 2 champions and following the season playing in Ligue 1, he transferred to Brentford in 2021. Originating from France, Wissa represents the DR Congo national team at international level.
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Profiling Yoane WissaA Quick Glance At Yoane Wissa
|Full Names||Yoane Wissa|
|Place of birth||Épinay-sous-Sénart, France|
|Date Of Birth||3 September 1996|
|State of Origin||Épinay-sous-Sénart, France|
2014–2016 Châteauroux II
2016–2017 Angers II
2017 → Stade Laval (loan)
2017 → Stade Laval II (loan)
2017–2018 → Ajaccio (loan)
2018–2021 Lorient 117
|Salary||£21,000 per week|
Wissa was a young goalie at the local youth team Epinay-sous-Senart prior to moving into midfield and later to his forward line. As time went on, he also grew proficient as a winger, and number 10. Wissa started his
professional football career at Chateauroux and then progressed through the reserve squad before breaking into the first squad during the 15-16 Champion at National season, which was his final appearance with 24 games with seven scores. Transfer into Ligue 1 club Angers followed in the year 2016, however Wissa only made two substitute appearances throughout the first part of the 2016-17 campaign and the majority of 2017 was spent in loan spells at Ligue 2 clubs Stade Laval and Ajaccio. Wissa quit from the Stade Raymond Kopa in January 2018, but he returned to the Stade Raymond Kopa in January.
In January of 2018, Wissa transferred to Ligue 2 club Lorient and was immediately a fixture as a player at the club that chases promotion. The promotion up to Ligue 1 was attained at the close of the 2019-20 season which was when Wissa’s 15 goals over 28 appearances led Lorient win achieve the Ligue 2 championship. He was part of 38 games as well as scored 10 goals in the 2020-21 campaign, during which Lorient was able to avoid getting into the playoffs for the relegation spots. Wissa quit from the team in July 2021. He ended his three-and-a-half-year stint with the Stade du Moustoir with 128 games with 37 scoring goals.
On August 10, 2021 Wissa relocated into England to join newly promoted Premier League club Brentford on an agreement for four years and the option of signing a second year, at an undisclosed cost, estimated as PS8.5 million. The transfer was in the pipeline for two years, and Wissa turned down the chance to join Brentford’s Community Stadium during the previous transfer window. Despite not being able to join to the club during the preseason due to having had surgery on his eyes, Wissa scored five goals during his first six games at the Club. His brace in the seven-0 EFL Cup third round win against Oldham Athletic on 21 September 2021 was rewarded by a spot on the EFL Cup Team of the Round and his third goal that was a bicycle kick was named as Goal of the Round as well as goal of the tournament. Wissa’s streak of goal scoring was ended with an ankle injury in the middle of October 2021. He was back in match the following month and was used in a mix of substitute and starting roles until the conclusion of the season. That included a stretch of six games in the final nine games during the course of. Wissa completed the 2021-22 campaign with 30 appearances and 10 goals.\
Wissa was selected into the DR Congo squad for a couple of friendly matches in the month of October 2020. He scored the first two goals of his international career during his third and second caps, both in friendly matches as well as 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches against Morocco and Morocco, respectively.
The style of the game
Wissa is described as an athlete with a unique skill set who “fits many different positions” which includes number 10, winger and forward. He is a player with “pace and power”, is “a threat in behind”, “has good ability to take on players and create overloads” and “good pressing abilities”.
The child was born to France of Congolese origin, Wissa can speak the Lingala language. Before deciding to
pursue football at the age of 15 years old, he played rugby union. He was the victim of an apparent acid attack in the month of July 2021. He recovered fully from an emergency eye surgery.