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Get to know Emiliano Marcondes

Ten facts about our latest summer signing

22 July 2017

Emiliano Marcondes became our sixth summer signing when he put pen to paper on a pre-contract agreement ahead of joining on a three-and-a-half year deal this January. Here are ten things you might not know about our new man

-       Emiliano Marcondes Camargo Hansen is one of two sons, born to a Danish father and Brazilian mother on March 9, 1995, in Hvidovre, Denmark.

-       The Bees new signing comes from a footballing background with his maternal grandfather, Camargo, playing for Brazilian giants Corinthians.

-       Emiliano began his youth career with his hometown side, Hvidovre IF, before joining FC Nordsjælland as a 15-year-old.

-       Aged just 16, he played in all four games for FCN, scoring in the 5-0 group win over Australian side Leichhardt Under-19s, at the world-renowned Viareggio Under-19 Tournament in Italy as the Danish side made the Last 16.

-       His senior debut came in September 2012 as FCN defeated Svebölle BI in a DBU Landspokal Third Round tie with a league debut arriving the next April.

-       The following season, Emiliano featured in both legs as FCN lost out to Zenit St-Petersburg in the final round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

-       He would go on to make 15 appearances in all competitions that season, scoring his first professional goal in a 3-1 win over Viborg FF on the penultimate day of the season.

-       The 2014/15 season saw Emiliano break through as he played 24 league games for FCN, scoring five goals.

-       In total, Emiliano made 101 appearances for FCN, scoring 20 goals.

-       Internationally, the 22-year-old has represented Denmark at every age group from Under-17 to Under-21, twice working under current Bees Assistant Head Coach Thomas Frank at Under-17 and Under-19 level. In total, he has made 43 appearances for his nation, across the age groups, scoring 10 goals and was part of Denmark’s squad at this summer’s Under-21 European Championships. 


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