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Kwame Yeboah


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Kwame Yeboah

Date Of Birth: 02/06/94
Nation: Australia
Birthplace: Gold Coast, Australia
Squad Number: 27
Position: Left Wing
Secondary Positions:

Joined Wanderers: 31/12/18
Contract Details: 2.5 Season Contract
Contract Finish: 2020/21
Previous Club: SC Fortuna Koln
Wanderers Debut: 8th January 2019 vs Wellington Phoenix

Wanderers A-League Appearances: 46
Wanderers A-League Goals: 10

Wanderers ACL Appearances:
Wanderers ACL Goals:

Wanderers FFA Cup Appearances: 2
Wanderers FFA Cup Goals: 3

Wanderers Club World Cup Appearances:
Wanderers Club World Cup Goals:

Wanderers Total Appearances: 49
Wanderers Total Goals: 12

Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2018/19: 10 (2), 2019/20: 22 (6), 2020/21: 17 (4)

International Team:
International Caps:
International Goals:

Individual Awards:

Team Honours: Scored his first goal for the Wanderers against Perth Glory in Round 13 Season 2018/19.

Highlight: Scored a brace against Melbourne City in Round 7, Season 2019/20.
Highlight: Scored the first ever goal for the Wanderers at the new Western Sydney Stadium, in the clubs first match there, a pre-season game against Leeds United.

Description: Yeboah began his career with Brisbane Roar, before a transfer to German side Borussia Monchengladbach, spending 5 seasons in the German 4th tier with their reserve side. After arriving from Fortuna Koln he made a bright start at the Wanderers, scoring several goals before injury curtailed his 2018/19 season then was a regular starter in the 2019/20 season. He was a bench player in the 2020/21 season, scoring 4 goals from just under 6 games worth of playing time.

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He is undergoing quite a transformation. Wasn't a 90 minute per game man in his five years in Germany, but the coaching group  and especially fitness coach seem to be changing that.

Just came across the interview from his Gladbach days. I didn't realize how well he speaks German (very impressive), and didn't fully appreciate how big a move it can be for a GC boy to Sydney.



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