Florent Sinama Pongolle

Florent Sinama Pongolle

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Florent Stéphane Sinama Pongolle (born 20 October 1984 in Saint-Pierre, Réunion) is a French footballer who plays for AS Saint-Étienne on loan from Sporting Clube de Portugal.

Mainly a striker who can also appear as a winger, pace and mobility are his best attributes.

Club career

In 2001, Sinama Pongolle, along with his cousin Anthony Le Tallec, was signed from Le Havre AC by Liverpool, after some impressive performances in both the European Under-16 Championship and the Under-17 World Championship. He was named player of the tournament as France won the latter competition,

After his return, Sinama Pongolle appeared sporadically with the Reds, with some highlights however: In the club's victorious UEFA Champions League campaign, he came from the bench against Olympiacos F.C. and immediately netted Liverpool's equaliser to make it 1–1, in an eventual 3–1 win and qualification to the round of 16; he was, however, left out of the squad for the final.

Sinama Pongolle also netted in the third round of the 2005–06 FA Cup against Luton Town, as he helped Liverpool come from 3–1 down to a final score of 5–3, with the Reds finally emerging victorious in the tournament, and scoring in the 2005–06 Champions League 2–1 success at Real Betis,...
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