Djibril Cissé knows that when you are betting on football, you have two choices. The first one is that you can use your own football knowledge andgo it alone, while the second option is that you can find predictions that experts have written and see if those provide you with any more success. Such predictions are usually written by big football fans who spend a lot of time following the sport, but the predictions provided by Betiton™ go beyond this as they have been created by Djibril Cisse himself.

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The Story Behind Betiton™ and Djibril Cissé’s Partnership

If you are wondering why Djibril Cissé joined Betiton™, then keep reading as we are about to satiate your curiosity. It is because the founders of this up-and-coming gaming company had been searching for a noticeable footballer to join them andbecome the brand ambassador, but their search was taking longer than expected because they did not want any old footballer. No, they were after someone who played the game at the highest of levels as well as someone who has a lot of determination and a solid character.

Cissé has determination and character in abundance, so Arnaud Serour, the CEO of Betiton™, decided to get in touch with the former France international to see if he would be happy to work with them, and he jumped at the chance to work with a gaming company that has the same amount of determination and character that he has.

Other than that, Serour and Cissé happened to be from the same area of France and supported the same team: Olympique de Marseille. This ended up being a massive plus when thetwo negotiated the partnership between them.

Cissé has always looked to provide the best version of himself no matter what team he is with and Betiton™ are aiming to be the best that they can be in the world of iGaming. So, in a way, you could say that it is a perfect match.

A Look at Who Djibril Cissé Is

Cissé, at the age of 15, signed for the Auxerre youth team and just two years later he was making his debut in Ligue 1 in a match against Paris Saint-Germain. He scored his first goal for Auxerre in the 2000/01 in a 2-1 defeat to FC Metz, and at the end of the season he finished with eight goals in 25 games. The next season, he notched 22 goals from 29 matches,finishing at the league’s top scorer. In addition to this, his goals helped Auxerre to a Champions League spot. His formthat season won him a call up to the French team for the 2002 FIFA World Cup. He would go on to spend six years at Auxerre and in this time, he would score 70 goals in 128 games.

His performances at Auxerre caught the eye of many other top teams, and in 2004 he signed for Premier League side Liverpool for £14 million. However, his time at Liverpool was hindered by a horrific incident that happened in October 2004. In a game against Blackburn, who are no longer in the Premier League, he went in for a tackle with Jay McEveley and badly broke his leg when his studs got caught in the turf. He later revealed that he would have ended up losing his leg if it was not for the quick intervention shown by the medics that day. Doctors and surgeons predicted that Cissé would be out injured for anywhere between 9 and 18 months, but he showed that famous character and determination that convinced Betiton™ to reach out to him, and he was back on the field again in April 2005. That same year, he played in that famous Champions League final against AC Milan and scored in the penalty shootout to help Liverpool to glory.

Rafa Benítez was appointed the manager of Liverpool, and Cissé fell out of favour a bit. So, he started to look for pastures new and he signed a loan move to Marseille in 2006. We must note that this loan move happened when Cissé had another broken bone in his foot, so he did not actually make an appearance for his new French club until close to November. He signed for them permanently in 2007 for €8 million and score 16 goals in the 37 games that he played.

From 2009 onwards, he played for a variety of other clubs and these were, in no particular order, Sunderland, Lazio, Queens Park Rangers, Panathinaikos, Kuban Krasnodar, Al-Gharafa, Saint-Pierroise, Bastia, AC Vicenza 1902, and Yverdon. All in all, he has played in 452 professional games and has found the net on 205 occasions. He was capped for his country 41 times and scored 9 goals.

Honours Qon by Djibril Cisse Down the Years are as Follows

Auxerre:

Coupe de France 2002/03

Liverpool:

UEFA Super Cup 2005
UEFA Champions League 2005
FA Cup 2005/06

Panathinaikos:

Greek Football Cup 2009/10
Super League Greece 2009/10

France:

FIFA Confederations Cup 2009/10

It is clear for us all to see that Cissé as had a very successful career, and this would have given him plenty of great football knowledge that he can now use in his football predictions with Betiton™. So, if you like to bet on football, be sure to take advantage of all of his knowledge.

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