Jean-Jacques Missé-Missé

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Jean-Jacques Missé-Missé
Personal information
Full name Jean-Jacques Missé-Missé[1]
Date of birth (1968-08-07) 7 August 1968 (age 48)
Place of birth Yaoundé, Cameroon
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1989 Canon Yaoundé
1990–1991 Diamant Yaoundé
1991–1993 Andenne-Seilles
1993–1996 Charleroi 93 (37)
1996–1997 Sporting CP 4 (0)
1997 Trabzonspor 10 (1)
1998 Dundee United 4 (0)
1998 Chesterfield 1 (0)
1998–1999 Louviéroise 29 (9)
1999–2000 Ethnikos Asteras 30 (9)
2000–2002 Louviéroise 41 (5)
2002–2003 Oostende 27 (18)
2003–2004 Mechelen 23 (9)
National team
1994–1997 Cameroon 10 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Jean-Jacques Missé-Missé (born 7 August 1968) is a Cameroonian former footballer who played as a striker.

During his professional career – and not counting his native years – which spanned 13 years, he played in six different countries, notably in Belgium.

Football career[edit]

Missé-Missé was born in Yaoundé. After playing in his country for hometown's Canon Sportif and Diamant, he moved to Belgium at the age of 23, first representing amateurs US Andenne-Seilles.

In 1993 Missé-Missé switched to the country's top flight, with R. Charleroi SC. In his first season, he scored a career-best 15 goals as the Zebras finished a best-ever fourth; during his three-year spell, he netted nearly 50 official goals.

Missé-Missé joined Sporting Clube de Portugal in 1996, but failed to adjust at the Lisbon side. In the following years his career faded into obscurity, as he hardly received any playing time: during the 1997–98 season he played for three clubs, including Chesterfield in England and Dundee United in Scotland (five games combined).

After a good season with Ethnikos Asteras in Greece – the club was then in the top division[2]– Missé-Missé returned to Belgium, playing for R.A.A. Louviéroise, K.V. Oostende and KV Mechelen (nine second level goals for the latter), closing out his career at nearly 36.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jean-Jacques Missé-Missé". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 4 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Mastrogiannopoulos, Alexander (26 April 2003). "Greece 1999/00". RSSSF. 

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