Mathieu Flamini

Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.78 m / 67 kg
Born Mar 7, 1984
Nationality France France
Number 16
Team History
Getafe Getafe 2018 - 2019
Getafe Getafe 2018
Crystal Palace FC Crystal Palace 2016 - 2017
Arsenal FC Arsenal 2013 - 2016
AC Milan AC Milan 2008 - 2013
Arsenal FC Arsenal 2004 - 2008
Olympique de Marseille Marseille 2003 - 2004
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Mathieu Flamini is a French football player who currently features for the English and European giants Arsenal. He plays as a midfielder.

Flamini commenced his professional club football career with French giants Marseille in 2003 and played for them for one season, featuring in 14 Ligue 1 matches. He helped his side reach the UEFA Cup in 2004.

Flamini then moved to Arsenal and played for the Gunners until 2008. He developed as a big-time player at the London club and won the FA Cup in 2004-05. He reached the final of the Champions League in 2006, the League Cup in 2005 and finished second in the Premier League with the Gunners in 2004-05.

He scored seven goals in 102 Premier League matches for the Gunners and in the summer of 2008 joined AC Milan on a free transfer. However, Flamini failed to consolidate a place in the Rossoneri lineup, although he did win Serie A in 2010-11 and the Italian Super Cup that same year.

Then in the summer of 2013, having been unable to reach an agreement with Milan on a new contract, Flamini re-joined Arsenal on a free transfer and has since proved to be a crucial player for the Gunners.

Flamini has played three times for France - his last international cap for his country came in 2008.

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