[Le bilan par joueur #20] Zuriko Davitashvili, a small Georgian dribbler

Because of this international ceasefire Global in Qatarwe bring you the report of each player Bordeaux Girondins from the beginning of the season.

For this evaluation after 15 days of the championship League 2 and 2 laps French CupWe are interested in series 20 Zuriko Davitashvili.

The 21-year-old Georgian winger arrived in the dying moments of the summer transfer window. It was a bit of a surprise because it was not known to the general public. For international country A, it is governed by a specific option Willy Sagnolformer coach Bordeaux Girondins. Zuriko Davitashvili is on loan from the club Dynamo Batumi (Georgian D1).

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Bordeaux he wanted to get stronger on the flanks and it happened. This small size is a very good dribbler, agile on the feet and has a very good effect on the drums. His small weakness is the finish. He can sometimes go off on his own and forget to see the solutions around him.

Meanwhile, the player has landed Gironde full of good intentions, already experienced at the European level, especially developed Dinamo Tbilisiwith a large Georgian club or jogging track Russia for Rubin Kazan orArsenal Tula Among other things.

His start to the season is tumultuous as he bids against him for his first appearance Dijon (2-1) at the entrance of the surface was interrupted by a spectacular shot that lifted the entire stadium. Next game hour Lavalwas the decisive assist of his winning goal Albert Ellis. Then we tell ourselves that we found a nice little gem. At the same time, he participates in the health of the rising national team League of Nations B. Then Zuriko Davitashvili like the entire Bordeaux offensive line, it was a bit more restrained. Although there was a slight setback at the start of the season, there is no doubt that he will be back on the scene quickly, especially after his good performance in the half-time friendlies.

His stats this season

Friendly games:

  • 3 games, 204 minutes, 3 goals, 1 assist

League 2 BKT:

  • 7 games, 424 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist

French Cup:

  • 1 match, 64 minutes, 1 goal

His average rating on Girondins4Ever

5.4/10 in six games

Back to one of his statements:

Bordeaux it is very well known and I have watched the championship a lot League 1. That’s why I decided to come here. I will do my best and try to convey the positives to them The Girondins […] In the beginning I did some research on the internet because I didn’t know much about the city, but I looked a lot at the club level, French champion six times. I know that too Zinedine Zidane I played for this club and that’s why I decided to sign here […] My goal is to play well in the team now and I would like the team to come back League 1, and that the audience is satisfied with us. I will do everything to improve myself, then we will win and we will pass League 1. »

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Girondins4Ever – [Le bilan par joueur #3] Yoann Barbet, team flame captain

Girondins4Ever – [Le bilan par joueur #4] Malcom Bokélé, the epitome of desire and self-transcendence

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Girondins4Ever – [Le bilan par joueur #9] Jacques Ekomie, the Gabonese panther

Girondins4Ever – [Le bilan par joueur #10] Johaneko Louis-Jean made an interesting debut before returning to the reserves

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