[People Profile] All We Know About Yves Bissouma Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Yves Bissouma born 30 August 1996 is a professional footballer that is a midfielder with Premier League club tottenham hotspur as well as the Mali National team.
Early in the career
The family was born in Ivory Coast, but raised in Mali, Bissouma started his career at the Majestic SC academy in 2009 when he was playing with the Malian internationally renowned Adama Traore. In 2014 the year he was signed by AS Real Bamako.
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|Full Names||" Yves" Bissouma|
|Place of birth||Issia, Ivory Coast|
|Date Of Birth||30 August 1996|
|State of Origin||Issia, Ivory Coast|
|Current team||Tottenham Hotspur|
2009–2014 Majestic SC / JMG Academy Bamako
2014–2016 AS Real Bamako
2016–2017 Lille II
2016–2018 Lille 47
2018– Brighton & Hove Albion
2015 Mali U23
|Salary||£29,000 per week|
|Net Worth||£2.6 Million|
On the 7th of July, 2016, just four months after being transferred to Lille OSC from AS Real Bamako, Bissouma signed his first professional contract with the club for a period for three seasons.
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Brighton & Hove Albion
On July 17, 2018 Bissouma was transferred to English club Brighton & Hove Albion for an unspecified amount. He signed a five-year deal for the team. Bissouma was introduced to Brighton & Hove Albion Sussex team on the first morning of the new 2018-19 Premier League season in a 2 – 0 loss away to Watford in which he was brought on as substitute. The first time he played was in Brighton’s third game of the season when they fell 1-0 away to Liverpool. 5 January 2019 Bissouma made his debut Albion goal in the day of his FA Cup debut in a 3-1 victory away from South Coast opponents Bournemouth during the 3rd round.
The striker scored the club’s first Premier League goal on the final morning of the 2019-20 season , scoring an effort from a long distance in an away victory of 2-1 against Burnley. Bissouma was sent off with a straight red card later in Brighton’s 3-0 away victory against Newcastle in their first league game of the 2020-21 season after he smacked Jamal Lewis in the face by kicking him in the face. The goal was his debut of the year during an away loss of 4-2 against Everton on the 3rd of October. On January 23, 2021 in a fourth round FA Cup tie, Bissouma scored an unorthodox goal from 30 yards to make it 2-1 to Brighton ahead with an 2-1 victory at home against Blackpool.
On the 21st of August, during Brighton’s second fixture of the 2021-22 campaign, he scored his first Albion assist in the direction of Neal Maupay in a 2-0 victory at home against Watford. 13 Bissouma was the first player to score his goal in the league on 5 February 2022. He put Brighton one goal behind Tottenham in the final 3-1 defeat away to Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round. He was banned for Brighton’s 3-0 loss away against Manchester City and 2-2 home draw against Southampton after receiving the 10 cards of yellow. After his suspension was lifted, Bissouma scored a 20-yard shot that found the corner in the bottom, scoring Albions third in the 3-0 win away against Wolves increasing Brighton’s points total up to 44, breaking the record set by 41 for the Premier League. One week later, Bissouma played the whole match in the 4-0 victory at home over Manchester United, Brighton’s biggest ever win in the top flight.
The native of the Ivory Coast and moving to Mali at the age of 13 in pursuit of a professional soccer professional career Bissouma was a participant in the 2016 African Nations Championship with Mali. In the semi-final, which was played against Ivory Coast, he was substituted within the final minute of the match. He scored the goal that made the difference for one goal in the 90th minute. However , they went on lose in the final to DR Congo.
Bissouma was included in Mali’s team of 2021 Africa Cup of Nations to be held during January of 2022. He was a part of the opening game on 13 January. He came in as a substitute in the 59th minute in place of Adama Traore for the 1-0 win against Tunisia in which the referee was calling for full-time play twice. Bissouma was a part of the four matches played by Mali after they were eliminated by penalties to Equatorial Arsenal in round 16 of the tournament on January 26.