|Full name||Jonathan Henri Desire William Béhé|
|Date of birth||13 January 1989|
|Place of birth||Marseille, France|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 1 1⁄2 in)|
|2013–2014||BEC Tero Sasana F.C.||30||(8)|
|2015||SC Le Las||32||(15)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5 April 2018
Béhé began his career playing for professional club Montpellier. After spending five years in the club's youth academy, he moved to Germany joining Hamburger SV. Béhé spent only six months at the club before returning to Montpellier where he was placed onto the club's Championnat de France amateur team in the fourth division. After six months in the reserves, he joined Guingamp, but failed to make an appearance on the club's senior team only featuring in the reserves.
For the 2009–10 season, Béhé joined semi-professional club SO Cassis Carnoux in the Championnat National, the third division of French football. He had a successful season with the club appearing in 27 total matches and converting ten goals. Following the season, on 18 May 2010, Béhé reached an agreement on a contract with professional club Le Mans who were previously relegated from the first division. On 14 June, the transfer became official with Béhé signing a three-year contract. He was assigned the number 10 shirt and made his professional debut on 30 July 2010 in a Coupe de la Ligue match against Le Havre. Béhé appeared as a substitute in a 2–1 defeat. He made his league debut a week later in a 2–0 victory over Nantes. During his time at Le Mans, he scored 6 goals in 25 appearance for the club.
In 2012, he was signed up by Luch-Energiya to play in Russia. He scored 3 goals in 13 appearances for the club. In 2013, he was signed up by Thai side, BEC Tero Sasana F.C. where he scored 7 goals in 28 appearances for the club. He was released in December 2013, after the club decided not to renew his contract. On 15 January 2014, he signed a 12 months contract with Championnat de France Amateur 2 side, SC Le Las , scoring 14 goals in 30 appearances in the process, and helped the club to gain a second placing in the league, hence gaining promotion to Championnat de France Amateur , the fourth tier of the French football league. After the conclusion of his contract with SC Le Las , he was signed up by Singapore side, Warriors FC .
He joined Warriors FC in S.League ahead of the 2016 season. He scored on his debut for the Warriors from the penalty spot in the first game of the season. Béhé continued his fine goalscoring run by notching 3 goals in as many games, notching his new side a first win in the 3rd round of the 2016 S.League season. He notched his 7th goal in 8 games for the Warriors in the Uniformed Derby against Home United but could not secure all 3 points for the Warriors as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat. He notched his 16th league goal of the season for the Warriors in a surprising 2-0 win over the league leaders on 30 September 2016. He scored 19 goals in 23 games to end up as joint second top goalscorer alongside Ken Ilsø for the 2016 S.League season.
After a season away, Behe rejoined the Warriors for the 2018 Singapore Premier League season. He marked his second debut for the club with a debut goal in the first match week of the 2018 Singapore Premier League season.
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