Faitout Maouassa

Faitout Maouassa

Faitout Maouassa



Full name: Christ-Emmanuel Faitout Maouassa

Country: France

Date of birth: 06/07/1998 (17 years old)

Place of birth: Villepinte (France)

Height: 171cm

Youth career: Val Argenteuil ASC, RFC Argenteuil, AS Nancy-Lorraine (since 2013)

Current club: AS Nancy-Lorraine

Squad number: 17

Current national team: France U-18

Position: left-back, winger

Preferred foot: left

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 250.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship elite round (3/0), 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship (6/0), 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup (4/1)

Contract until: 30.06.2019

Player’s agent: unknown

Similar type of player: combined playing styles of Jordi Alba & Roberto Carlos



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– acceleration Untitled1

– dribbling Untitled1

– dynamism Untitled1

– tackling and intercepting Untitled

– agility Untitled

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– crossing Untitled

– athleticism Untitled



– tactical awareness


Style of play:

– attacking full back

– likes to dribble

– likes to cross

– likes overlapping runs

– likes to enter the opposition’s penalty area whenever possible

– great physical and technical prowess

– brings an offensive value to a team, with a lot of activity during 90 minutes in the left side

– all-action and energetic

– dynamic and forceful

– accurate and tenacious tackler

– counter attack threat


He is best suited to playing as:

Left-back in 4-2-3-1.






2015 European Under-17 Championship winner with France.


League summary:

Ligue 2 2015/2016 (ongoing): 3 matches/1 goal (Nancy)



Faitout Maouassa joined Nancy youth academy in 2013 from a small club RFC Argenteuil. It is worth noting that Nancy has produced many talented youngsters in recent years, including Arnaud Lusamba, Rémi Walter and Paul Nardi. Maouassa made his professional debut on 3 August 2015 in a Ligue 2 game against FC Tours. He belongs to extremely talented 1998 French generation. In 2015, he and his colleagues won the UEFA European Under-17 Championship in style, beating a very strong Germany 4-1 in the final. Few months later, he was one of the most important players for France at 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup, where young “Les Bleus” unexpectedly lost on penalties to Costa Rica in the round of 16.




Football Talent Scout potential rating:

8/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

First team material in a top European club.





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