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Francis Bossman

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Full name  Francis Jojo Bossman
Years  Team
Current team  FK Sloboda Uzice
Number  2
Height  1.80 m
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Accra, Ghana
Name  Francis Bossman

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Date of birth  (1984-06-24) 24 June 1984 (age 31)

Playing position  Defensive Midfielder

FRANCIS BOSSMAN - CHAMPION MIDFIELDER


Francis Bossman (born 24 June 1984) is a Ghanaian footballer who last played for FK Mornar in the Montenegrin First League.

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Club career

Born in Accra, Bossman begin his senior career in 2002 playing with Berekum Arsenal in the Ghana Premier League. His nickname is Makelele. He earned while still young a call to represent the Ghana national team, in 2003. All this contributed for his move to Hearts of Oak in 2004. Same year Hearts won the 2004 CAF Confederation Cup. Bossman will stay in Accra 5 consecutive seasons, winning 4 national championship titles.

In 2009 Bossman moved to New Edubiase United another Ghana Premier League club, but in summer 2010 he decided to accept an offer to move abroad and in the August 2010, he officially signed a contract with Serbian club FK Sloboda Užice for an undisclosed fee.

Ravan Baku

In the Summer of 2012 Bossman joined Ravan Baku of the Azerbaijan Premier League on a two-year contract.

Jagodina

On January 26, 2013, it was announced that Bossman left Ravan Baku to sign a 1.5-year contract for ambitious Serbian side FK Jagodina. However, because of a knee-injury Bossman missed most of the second half of the 2012–13 season and made only one league appearance before being released.

Sloga PM

In September 2013, Bossman signed for newly promoted Sloga Petrovac na Mlavi.

National team

Jojo Bossman played one match for the Ghanaian national team in 2003.

Honours

Hearts of Oak
  • CAF Confederation Cup (1): 2004
  • Ghana Premier League (4): 2004-05, 2005, 2006–07, 2008–09
  • Jagodina
  • Serbian Cup (1): 2013
  • References

    Francis Bossman Wikipedia


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