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Mickael Roche

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Full name  Jamal mouneh
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Date joined  2011
Place of birth  Papeete, Tahiti
Number  1
Name  Mickael Roche
Height  1.90 m
Mickael Roche Mickael Roche Pictures Spain v Tahiti Group B Zimbio
Date of birth  (1982-12-24) 24 December 1982 (age 32)
Current teams  Tahiti national football team (Goalkeeper), A.S. Dragon (#1 / Goalkeeper)

Goleiro Mickael Roche do AS Tefana (Tahiti) fazendo um gol contra bizarro Champions League da OFC

Mickael Roche (born 24 December 1982) is a footballer from Papeete, Tahiti, who plays as a goalkeeper for AS Dragon. He is a member of the Tahiti national football team.


Mickael Roche Fernando Torres and Mickael Roche Photos Spain v Tahiti


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Roche started his career with local club AS Jeunes before moving to France to play for AS Monaco reserve team in 2000. He moved to ROS Menton in the following year, staying with the team until 2005, later transferring to US Marseille Endoume.

Mickael Roche Pepe Reina and Mickael Roche Photos Zimbio

Roche returned to Tahiti in 2006 to his former club AS Jeunes, joining AS Dragon in 2009 and winning the Tahiti First Division in 2011–12. Roche is also a PE teacher. He has stated this in an interview.

International career

Mickael Roche Mickael Roche Photos Spain v Tahiti Group B Zimbio

Roche made his debut for the Tahiti in 2011 and was the starting goalkeeper at 2012 OFC Nations Cup before losing his starting place to Xavier Samin after the first two matches, as the team won the competition for the first time. On 20 June 2013, he conceded ten goals against Spain in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, he however was considered a hero during this match and won the support of the Brazilian fans. He also traded shirts with his counterpart, Pepe Reina after the match.


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  • Mickael Roche Oceania Football Confederation


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