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Midfielders

Adlène
Guedioura

17

4
Watford Goals

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08:53 AM - 13 Jan 2017
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12:37 PM - 12 Jan 2017
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12:49 PM - 11 Jan 2017

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Born

November 12, 1985,

La Roche-sur-Yon, France 

Height

184 cm

Weight

84 kg

Join Date

September 1st 2015

I feel really flattered and honoured from all the offers that I’ve had from clubs, but for me, but I never wanted to move unless it was to Watford

Algerian international Guedioura has previously played in France and Belgium, including a spell as captain at Belgian Pro League side Charleroi, before moving to the Premier League with Wolves in early 2010, impressing enough to see an initial loan move made permanent that summer.

After the spell in the top-flight with Wolverhampton, Guedioura made the loan move to Championship side Nottingham Forest in January 2012. The Algerian made the switch permanent and went on to make 61 appearances in total for the East Midlands outfit before returning to the Premier League with Crystal Palace in September 2013.

Guedioura had two loan spells at Watford during the Hornet’s promotion campaign in 2014/15, appearing 17 times and scoring three goals as he played an important part in the Hornets' return to the Premier League.

The creative midfielder returned to Watford for a third time, signing from Crystal Palace in a permanent three-year deal on transfer deadline day at the start of September 2015.

His stand-out moment so far came as he netted the winner at the Emirates in the FA Cup Quarter Final with a ferocious strike that gave Watford a 2-1 victory over Arsenal. 

Career history

Apps

watford

Watford FC
2015-

36

club-Watford (Loan)

Watford (Loan)
2014 - 2015

17

club-Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace
2013 - 2015

19

club-Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest
2012 - 2013

42

club-Nottingham Forest (Loan)

Nottingham Forest (Loan)
2012

19

club-Wolves

Wolves
2010 - 2012

25

club-Wolves (Loan)

Wolves (Loan)
2010

14

club-Charleroi

Charleroi
2009 - 2010

27

club-KV Kortrijk

KV Kortrijk
2008 - 2009

11

club-US Créteil-Lusitanos

US Créteil-Lusitanos
2007 - 2008

24

club-L'Entente SSG

L'Entente SSG
2006 - 2007

33

club-Olympique Noisy-le-Sec

Olympique Noisy-le-Sec
2005 - 2006

15

club-Sedan

Sedan
2004 - 2005

0