Bryan Mbeumo is a professional French football player. He is well known as the player who plays for the team Brentford.
He was born to his mother Angelique Gouge. He has an older sister named Maeva Gouge.
Bryan is not married yet. The young player is very private about his personal life.
As he prefers to keep his personal life private, it is unknown whether he is single or dating anyone.
More About Bryan
Bryan was born on August 7, 1999. He was born and raised by his parents in Avallon, France, with his two siblings.
Bryan showed his interest in football early and later pursued a football career.
He first joined CO Avallonnais back in 2005 to start his youth career.
He later joined other clubs like Troyes and Bourgoin-Jaallieu.
As of 2022, he plays for the team Brentford in the position of Winger, forward.
He also plays for the national team of France. He is one of the talented player on his team.
Age, Height, And Weight
He is 22 years old. His height is 1.71 m.
The net worth of Bryan is estimated to be $1.5 million. His source of income is football.
Was Kept In Isolation
Covid created problem for everyone in the world. Likewise, the virus became problem for Brentford FC of Premier League.
According to the club's manager, their training session and club officials were at the safest places.
Everyone was tested negative for the virus except one, and that is the winger and forward of the team Bryan.
He was about to be in the starting lineup in the match against Fulbre FC. But he had to stay isolated because he tested positive.
Fortunately, he had no symptoms and was all fine. Although he was out of the game, he used tweeter to cheer his teammates.
Bryan And His Teammates Stood Against Racism
Bryan and his teammates of Brentford FC had come forward for a great cause in the football history.
Racism has always been a dark side of football. Although there is less racism now, players are still judged based on their color.
Hence to spread awareness against racism, Bryan and his teammates kneeled before every match.
It started during the Covid pandemic. Unfortunately, this made less impact; hence they stopped this act.
But they didn't stop spreading awareness against racism.
They are together to end racism, and thus they started the #BeeTogether movement.
Brentford's Coach Wanted Bryan To Be In Starting Lineup
In 2021, the winger and forward player Bryan went through hamstring injury in the match against Burnley.
He struggled out from the pitch, and his team also lost to their opponent again.
He was not seriously injured yet was not ready to play. He was named as a substitute on the team.
But the team's coach wanted him to play in the group and hoped for his quick recovery.
They had a crucial match against their rival, Newcastle United, and Bryan was one of the player who could impact the game.
Hence the coach announced his presence in the match if everything went well.
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