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Competitor Player Profile: Yannick Bolasie

Yannick Bolasie

Trader Type

High Frequency Trader


Squad No. Position Date of Birth Appearances Goals Birthplace
7 Forward 24/05/1989 12 (2) 1 Lyon, France


Yannick Bolasie joined Everton from Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee in August 2016. The Democratic Republic of Congo international signed a five-year contract with the Blues to June 2021.

Born in the French city of Lyon to Congolese parents, Bolasie moved to England when he was just seven months old and grew up in the London borough of Brent, a stone’s throw away from the old Wembley stadium. After a brief spell with Hillingdon Borough of the Southern Football League, he moved across Europe to join Floriana in the Maltese Premier League.

He then returned to English shores after one season, signing for Championship outfit Plymouth Argyle in January 2010 and going on to play under the stewardship of Everton legend Peter Reid during his time on the south coast.

A season on loan with Barnet followed, before Bolasie joined Bristol City on a permanent basis in June 2011. He hit the ground running at Ashton Gate, securing City’s Young Player of the Season award at the end of his one and only season with the club.

The tricky winger then secured a switch to Crystal Palace, helping the Eagles secure promotion to the Premier League – via the play-offs – in his first season with the London club.

Incidentally, Bolasie registered his maiden top-flight goal against the Toffees at Goodison Park in September 2014.

It was the first highlight of an impressive season for Bolasie, who netted an 11-minute hat-trick against Sunderland seven months later. He also aided Crystal Palace to the 2016 FA Cup final, scoring an early goal in the semi-final as Alan Pardew’s side recorded a 2-1 win over Watford.

Contracted until: June 2021