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Gerhard Progni was born on 6 November, 1986 in Bajram Curri, Albania. Discover Gerhard Progni's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 6 November 1986
Birthday 6 November
Birthplace Bajram Curri, Albania
Nationality Albania

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At 35 years old, Gerhard Progni height is 1.85 m .

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In January 2018, Progni switched from number from 77 to his favourite 7, last worn by the departed Realdo Fili. He wore the number 7 on 31 January in the cup match versus Flamurtari. Progni finished the 2017–18 season as Partizani top scorer with 9 goals, including 8 in league, his highest tally since the 2011–12 season.

In July 2018, he played in both matches of 2018–19 UEFA Europa League first qualifying round against NK Maribor, unable to avoid the elimination. Progni left the club in a surprise move on 30 August after having collected 43 matches and scoring 9 goals in all competitions. Partizani Tirana terminated the player's contract by mutual consent due to being more focused on youngster players, while Progni's place in the starting lineup was not secure after collecting only 86 minutes in the first two league matches. Manager Skënder Gega, speaking on Progni's departure, stated that the player was in his plans, but he [Progni] left with the aim of a new challenge.

On 31 August 2018, Progni was presented as Teuta s' newest player, signing a contract until the end of the season and taking squad number 11.


On 23 January 2017, Progni returned to Albanian Superliga by signing a six-month contract with Teuta, taking the squad number 77. In an interview two days later, he cited that he returned in Albania to stay closer to his family. He made his debut later on 29 January against Tirana at home, contributing in a 1–0 win in the team's first competitive match of 2017.

On 14 June 2017, Progni completed a transfer to Partizani, returning to his first club after nine years. He was presented the same day where he penned a two-year contract with an option of a further one and was allocated squad number 77, the same he held during his last season with Teuta.


On 23 June 2016, Progni moved for the first time aboard by signing a two-year contract with Zira FK of Azerbaijan Premier League. Six months later, Progni left Zira by mutual consent on 9 January 2017.

During the second part of 2016–17 season, Progni contributed with 15 league matches, scoring 2 times, including the winner against Vllaznia in the penultimate matchday which assured Teuta another season in the top flight. He also played 4 matches and scored once in team's unsuccessful run in Albanian Cup, which ended at the hands of Skënderbeu. Following the end of the season, Progni's contract expired and he became a free agent.


On 5 August 2015, in the returning match of the Third qualifying round of 2015–16 UEFA Champions League against Milsami Orhei, Progni scored the second goal of the match in the 55th minute to help the team to win the match at Elbasan Arena 2–0 and to qualify in Play-off round with the aggregate 4–0.


On 10 June 2014 reigning Albanian champions for the past four seasons, Skënderbeu announced the signing of Progni from FK Kukësi on a one-year contract. He was considered to be the replacement of Gjergji Muzaka who had left the club in favour of a return to one of Progni's former sides, Flamurtari.


In October 2013 the club captain Rrahman Hallaçi gave up his duties, making Progni the club's captain for the remainder of the season.

Progni started the domestic season on 10 September by playing full-90 minutes in the opening championship match versus Laçi, ended in a 0–2 loss. Progni was given a new role under Italian manager Mark Iuliano, playing as a right-back in the 4–3–3 lineup. Progni's first score-sheet contributions came later on 20 November by netting the second of the 2–1 win at Kukësi. The first win after three defeats in a row.


Progni signed for newly promoted side FK Kukësi in the summer of 2012, who under the guidance of the club president Safet Gjici had an ambitious project to be one of the best clubs in the country.


After a less than fruitful short spell with Dinamo Tirana, Progni joined Flamurtari in January 2010 and immediately became and important player, featuring in 16 league games in the second half of the season, all of which were from the starting lineup. The following season Progni remained an integral player and his performances exemplified this, as he scored 6 goals in 30 league games, which helped Flamurtari to 2nd place in the Albanian Superliga. At the end of season he went on a trial with Romanian Liga I champions FC Oțelul Galați, accompanied by fellow Albanian and former Oțelul Galaț player, Arben Kokalari. His trial at the club was not successful, so he remained at Flamurtari for the following 2011–12 campaign. He featured in both Europa League games against Baumit Jablonec in the second qualifying round, which ended in a 7–1 aggregate loss for Flamurtari. In the league campaign Progni played in 28 league games and scored 8 goals, helping Flamurtari finish 4th in the Albanian Superliga. In the cup, Progni featured in 12 games and scored 1 goal as Flamurtari reached the semi-finals, losing out to eventual winners Tirana.


Porgni signed for Besa in January 2008 and immediately became an important member of the first team, making 16 league appearances and scoring 1 goal, helping the club finish third in the league behind his previous team Partizani. He also scored a goal in the Albanian Cup with Besa, where the club reached the quarter-finals. The following season Porgni remained in Kavajë and he made his European debut in the Intertoto Cup against Cypriot club Ethnikos Achna, where he was in the starting lineup for both legs, helping Besa to a 1–1 aggregate win on an away goal. In the next round his side faced Swiss outfit Grasshopper Club Zürich, who beat Besa 5–1 on aggregate, with Progni playing the full 90 minutes in both games. Domestically, Besa did not have a successful season, finishing 7th in the league, just 2 places above the relegation play-off spots. Progni did however have a successful individual season, scoring 4 league goals in 28 games, and by scoring 3 goals in 6 cup games.

Progni left Besa Kavajë at the end of the 2008–09 season and joined Dinamo Tirana in the summer transfer window. At Dinamo he had a difficult time attempting to break into the first team, as the squad had an array of talent in the midfield positions, including Emiljano Vila and Elis Bakaj, meaning Progni's chances were limited. He left the club in January and made just 5 league appearances during his short time at Dinamo, all of which were substitute appearances. His only goal for the club came in the Albanian Cup against Adriatiku.


Following a success loan period at Kastrioti, Progni returned to his parent club Partizani and signed a three-year contract with the club. During the 2006-07 campaign he became an important first team player, making 29 league appearances and scoring 2 goals in the process, helping his side finish 4th in the league as well as reaching the semi-finals of the Albanian Cup, narrowly losing out to beaten finalists Teuta on away goals. The following season, he played for Partizani until January, making 11 league appearances, before leaving the club for Besa Kavajë.


Progni began his career with Partizani as a child, where he played for the youth teams within the club. During the 2004–05 season with Partizani's U-19 side, he won the national championship and he caught the attention of the senior team, who towards the end of the season invited to train with them. He was promoted from the U-19 side at the end of the season, and was loaned out to Albanian First Division side Kastrioti for the 2005–06 season in order to gain first team experience. During his year on loan he became an integral part of the first team squad as a teenager and with his good performances and 3 league goals he even helped the club achieve promotion to the Albanian Superliga after finishing third.


Gerhard Nik Progni (born 6 November 1986) is an Albanian professional footballer plays as a midfielder for SC Gjilani.