Ismail Jakobs (17 August 1999) is a German footballer who plays as a left back or left winger for 1. FC Köln.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ismail_Jakobs
Ismail Jakobs, 21, from Germany 1. FC Köln, since 2019 Left Winger Market value: €5.00m * Aug 17, 1999 in Köln, Germany
Ismail Jakobs was born on 17 August 1999 in Köln and plays for 1. FC Köln. He played for BC Bliesheim from 2003-2012 and has played for 1. FC Köln since 2012.
- 183' (56.31 m)
- August 17, 1999
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Jakobs (strain) won't feature in Saturday's clash with Arminia Bielefeld as manager Markus Gisdol told reporters, "Florian Kainz and Ismail Jakobs will miss out." ANALYSIS Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.
Oct 09, 2020 · Ismail Jakobs has put pen to paper on a contract extension with FC Köln, the Bundesliga club have announced. The 21-year-old, who is capable of playing as a left-back and on the left wing, has signed a new deal until 2024.
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Ismail Last name Jakobs Nationality Germany Date of birth 17 August 1999 Age 21 Country of birth Germany Place of birth Stuttgart Position Defender Height 184 cm Foot ...
Feb 15, 2020 · Who is Ismail Jakobs? Jakobs is a 20-year-old who can play as a left-back or left winger for Cologne in the Bundesliga. Cologne is his hometown club and signed for them at the age of 13 in 2012. He made his debut for the U19s at the age of 16 and was promoted to the first team at the start of this season, aged 19.
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Born in August 1999 in Cologne, Jakobs joined his hometown club in 2012 at the age of 13 having impressed at regional outfit BC Bliesheim. A natural athlete, Jakobs' progress through the Billy Goats' youth ranks has been swift. He made his debut for the U19s when he was still just 16, his two goals and six clean sheets in 20 league outings the return of a player who flitted between left-back and the wings with Noah Katterbach also breaking through.Both were promoted to the first team at the start of the season under Achim Beierlorzer, and have continued to flourish despite the coach being replaced by Markus Gisdol in November. Jakobs' contribution has perhaps been the more headline-grabbing. Cologne put together a three-game winning run heading into the winter break with Jakobs starting on the left wing each time, and he opened his account for the club in the 4-2 win at Eintracht Frankfurt on Matchday 16.Watch: Jakobs' star turn as Cologne beat Frankfurt The stats behind the headlin...
Jakobs may on the cusp of a meteoric rise in the game, with his December Bundesliga Rookie of the Monthaward likely to be the first of many accolades in his career, but he remains incredibly grounded. The winger is good friends with fellow Cologne academy graduate Katterbach, but much of his social life takes place away from the sport and his father calls him on a daily basis. The thanks given to Jesus on his social media posts at regular intervals suggests the biblical verse tattooed on his chest runs more than just skin deep.
"I've got a lot of friends who have nothing to do with football. It's very important to have interests away from the game. I think it's a question of character whether somebody makes it or not." - Jakobs on his path into the game"A lot of my friends are on the south curve [of the RheinEnergieStadion]. I think my whole family were there the first time I played. I had to get 25 tickets!" - Jakobs on his Bundesliga debut against Hoffenheim - a family affair!"The young players sharpen the senses of the older ones. Of course, fresh blood has helped us, but a youngster can't work in the team if he's not well received by the senior players. But it's working perfectly." - Gisdol after Jakobs goalscoring appearance in the winter friendly draw with Genk