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Eric Mouloungui Personal information Full name Eric Mouloungui Date of birth April 1, 1984 (1984-04-01) (age 27) Place of birth Port-Gentil, Gabon Height 186cm Playing position Winger, Midfielder Club information Current club OGC Nice Number 11 Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2001–2002 Mangasport Moanda 0 (0) 2002–2003 Vauban Strasbourg 0 (0) 2003–2007 Strasbourg 101 (17) 2006 → FC Gueugnon (loan) 8 (0) 2008– OGC Nice 46 (6) National team‡ 2005– Gabon 14 (4) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 May 2010. † Appearances (Goals). ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 4 August 2007 Eric Mouloungui (born April 1, 1984 in Port-Gentil, Gabon) is a Gabonese international footballer who plays for French Ligue 1 club OGC Nice. Originally a striker, he is actually used as a midfielder. Career Mouloungui began his career in his native Gabon at Mangasport Moanda, before moving to CFA 2 side Vauban Strasbourg, France in 2002. Here he spent a year before signing for RC Strasbourg, then of the French top flight. For first half of the 2005/06 season Mouloungui gained first-team experience on loan to FC Gueugnon in Ligue 2 before returning to his Alsace based parent club in January 2006. Here he made two first team appearances, not scoring, as Strasbourg were relegated to Ligue 2. In the 2006/07 season he was top goal scorer for his side with 11 goals from 30 games, helping the club make a swift return to the French top flight, after just one season spent in the second tier. He became first choice forward for his club, starting Strasbourg's first Ligue 1 game in the 2007/08 season alongside on-loan FC Porto striker Wason Rentería against French giants Marseille with the game ending in a 0–0 draw. In 2008 he joined Côte d'Azur based side OGC Nice, taking the number 11 shirt. External links Career history at National Football Teams Profile at Sports.fr v · d · eGabon squad – 2010 Africa Cup of Nations 1 Ovono • 2 Ambourouet • 3 Copa • 4 Nguéma Obame • 5 Ecuele Manga • 6 Akouassaga • 7 N'Guéma • 8 Cousin • 9 P.-E. Aubameyang • 10 Djissikadie • 11 Mouloungui • 12 W. Aubameyang • 13 Mbanangoyé • 14 Kessany • 15 A. Do Marcolino • 16 Nguéma Békalé • 17 Apanga • 18 Moubamba • 19 Moundounga • 20 F. Do Marcolino • 21 Issiémou • 22 Moto • 23 Méyé • Coach: Giresse v · d · eOGC Nice – current squad 1 Ospina · 2 Civelli · 3 Cantareil · 4 Pejčinović · 5 Paisley · 6 Digard · 7 Bellion · 8 Hellebuyck · 10 Bagayoko · 11 Mouloungui · 12 Quansah · 14 Faé · 15 Coulibaly · 16 Letizi (c) · 17 Ben Saada · 18 Gace · 19 Mabiala · 21 Bamogo · 23 Diakité · 24 Traoré · 26 Mounier · 27 Sablé · 28 Ljuboja · 29 Clerc · 30 Veronese · 31 Palun · 33 Gonçalves · Manager: Roy Persondata Name Mouloungui, Eric Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1984-04-01 Place of birth Port-Gentil, Gabon Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Gabonese association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e