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Edouard Mendy became the hero of an unforgettable fairy tale as Chelsea beat Manchester City 1-0 in the final to win the Champions League title.
Because the Senegalese defender of the English team was unemployed 6 years ago.
MENDY’S LIFE STORY
Mendy, who started football in France, was berated by the manager after 3 seasons in the 3rd League team Cherbourg, to which he transferred in 2011.
The Senegalese net keeper, left halfway by his manager, applied to the employment agency and received unemployment benefit because he was unemployed in the same year.
LIFE CHANGED BY TEAM B’S OFFER MARSILE
The fate of Edouard Mendy, whom a friend suggested to work in a ready-to-wear boutique, changed with the offer of the Marseille B team.
Mendy, who was seriously considering quitting football at the age of 23 in the summer of 2015, caught the attention of Stade Reims after moving to Marseille. The 29-year-old, who signed for Reims the following year, made his professional debut at the age of 29, and after 3 years there he made his way to Rennes.
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The Senegalese goalkeeper, who played 25 games in his 1 season in Rennes, closed his goal in 9 of 24 league games.
Edouard Mendy, who protected the Rennes castle the previous season, was included in Chelsea’s list and joined the English team at the beginning of the season with a transfer fee of 24 million euros.
This season, protecting Chelsea’s castle, Mendy took part in 31 Premier League games.
Mendy has scored 25 goals in these matches. The Senegalese goalkeeper did not allow a goal in 16 matches.
HE CLOSE TO A GOAL IN 9 MATCHES IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Edouard Mendy, who played 12 matches for Chelsea in the Champions League, could not prevent 3 goals. Mendy closed his goal in 9 matches.
Meanwhile, the Senegalese goalkeeper became the first African goalkeeper to play in the Champions League final.
SIGNED BY PETR CECH’S ADVICE
Another striking factor in Mendy’s transfer is Petr Cech.. Senegalese signed for the English team with the advice of Chelsea sporting and performance consultant Petr Cech. Petr Cech also transferred from Rennes to Chelsea in 2004.