Jean Michaël Seri

Although having experienced riotous trip, the Ivorian argues that he will also keep bold when confronted fixtures. Since he devoted himself to the football career, Jean Michaël Seri has accustomed to comparisons and compliments. When he was young, the young footballer ventured across the capital to Centre Cyrille Domoraud, which is a suburb on the eastern side of Abidjan. Second to Marcelo Gallardo, he got the nickname “Galla”, and then the youth moved to Monaco and established himself on Ligue 1.

Later, he gradually cut the striking figure in France and some observers analyze the guy’s style. The most flattering compliments sounds similar — the quality attracting Barcelona midfielder and World Cup winner. Even at present, those remarks and assessments will also leave him happy and joyful. Those compliments are extremely good rewards for his boldness and skills. He also says, “One could not give full play of true potential in case one reject to try things on football. You have to propel things and estimate risks carefully.” In the event that one could not do such things, he could not mature into a football star.

From barefoot football playing on streets to combating with Fulhalm, his eye-catching performances convince most people of his talent and ability. In recent days, the youth is nicknamed as “Mica” down at Craven Cottage, in which he could give a full play of his talents in Premiere League. In the current stage, it is the possible last year to stay at Nice for Seri. When he was young, the young guy stared playing football in hometown.

Their spirits and actions encourage us most to play on earth and grasp the essence of controlling football. It’s a best way to learn how to control football with barefoot. During his childhood, he always tries to play with bigger boys. The most important thing amid football playing with bigger boys falls on intelligence rather than strength. The only resolution to tackle such problems is speed– quicker reaction, quicker reading and faster running.

At the age of 16, he accomplished his debut prior to transfer to city rivals Asec Mimosas. Both Africa Sports d’Abidjan and Asec Mimosas are the too biggest football clubs in Ivory Coast. So it is unsuitable to sign with rivals. He was glad to stay with the most decorated club in Ivory Coast, in which some footballers like Touré brothers and Salomon Kalou have leaped to prominence. At that moment, he earned the cap for the national senior squad for the first time while some critics expressed concerns about his burgeoning talent.

Seri won a short-term contract for short-term trial at Porto, in which he received training with footballers like James Rodríguez and João Moutinho. But it only turned out to the B side. Having finished third in the League, Paços de Ferreira offered him a first-team involvement, and then Seri managed to establish himself as a deeper-lying midfielder, performing well under the guidance of Paulo Fonseca.

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