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Wilfried Guemiand Bony is a world-class, prolific goal scorer and in less than 10 years as a professional footballer he has scored 149 goals in 290 games.
He plays as a striker for the Premier League club Manchester City and the Ivory Coast national team.
His record-breaking signings have made him the most expensive African player of all-time.
In January 2011 he was signed by Dutch side Vitesse of Arnhem, where he went on to become the top scorer in the Eredivisie in the 2012-2013 season, earning him the Dutch Player of the Year award and the Golden Shoe due to his spectacular form with
31 goals in 30 matches for Vitesse.
He began his career at Issia Wazi winning the Ivory Coast Cup in 2006, but went on loan to Sparta Prague in 2007. In 2010 he helped them secure the Gambrilus Liga Czech Republic title and League Cup final – he also scored a sensational five goals in just six appearances in the UEFA Europa League.
In July 2013 Premier League side Swansea swooped in for Wilfried Bony with a £12 million transfer, a Welsh record. In 2014 he became the clubs all time leading goal scorer, he also became the Premier League's top goal scorer with 20 goals in the 2014 calendar year. As a result he won the golden foot for all African players in Europe.
Premier League giants Manchester City were aware of his talent and in January 2015 moved in with a massive £28 million transfer making him the most expensive African Footballer in the World.
Wilfried Bony has also enjoyed success for his national side making his full debut in 2010. He was in the Ivory Coast squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and has appeared in three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments making the African Cup final in 2012. The highlight of his Ivory Coast career so far was their victory in the competition in 2015. At the age of 27 his Ivorian career has not yet peaked and many more African Cup of Nations goals are anticipated by his fans around the globe.
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