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Kennedy Bakircioglu was born on 2 November, 1980 in Södertälje, Sweden, is a Swedish former footballer. Discover Kennedy Bakircioglu'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 40 years old?
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Kennedy Bakircioglu Height, Weight & Measurements
At 40 years old, Kennedy Bakircioglu height is 5′ 11″ and Weight 170 lbs.
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Kennedy Bakircioglu Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Kennedy Bakircioglu worth at the age of 40 years old? Kennedy Bakircioglu’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Sweden. We have estimated Kennedy Bakircioglu's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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On 1 October 2018, during his last season, Bakircioglu scored from a spectacular free kick to make it 3–0 in the league fixture against IFK Göteborg, and proceeded to celebrate the goal in front of the home fans by catching and drinking from a cup of beer that was thrown towards him from the stands.
A regular in both the 2015 and 2016 campaigns, with the team finishing 11th on both occasions, 36-year-old Bakircioglu signed a new one year-contract with Hammarby in December 2016. In his later years he repositioned himself as a central midfielder, dictating the game as a playmaker.
At the end of August 2012, Bakircioglu returned to Hammarby as the club was now in the Superettan. In the 2014 season, whilst also acting as captain, he led all scorers with 17 goals and contributed with seven decisive passes, helping to a return to the top division.
Bakircioglu spent the vast majority of 2011–12 nursing an achilles tendon injury, and Racing would also return to Segunda División after one full decade in the top flight.
Bakircioglu left Ajax in June 2010, signing for Spain's Racing de Santander early in the following month. He started in all but two matches he appeared in his first season, as the Cantabrians retained their La Liga status; three of his league goals came in the last month of competition, against RCD Mallorca (2–0 home win), Atlético Madrid (2–1, home) and Athletic Bilbao (1–2 loss also at the Campos de Sport de El Sardinero).
In August 2008, new Ajax manager Marco van Basten deemed Bakircioglu surplus to requirements, but the latter decided to stay, being restricted to only 17 league games in two seasons combined. He did manage, however, a crucial goal for the Amsterdam team, in the 2008–09 UEFA Cup, in a 1–0 away win against ACF Fiorentina in the round of 32 (2–1 aggregate success).
On 5 May 2007, newspaper De Telegraaf announced that Bakircioglu had reached an agreement with fellow league club AFC Ajax. He was officially signed ten days later, and scored on his official debut, an 8–1 away routing of De Graafschap.
Bakircioglu moved teams and countries again in the 2005 off-season, joining FC Twente in the Netherlands and impressing manager Fred Rutten straight away to become a first-team regular. In 2006–07, he scored 15 goals in the Eredivisie as the Enschede side finished fourth and qualified to the UEFA Cup.
On 12 January 2004, Bakircioglu moved to the Superleague Greece with Iraklis 1908 Thessaloniki FC. He signed a two-and-a-half-year contract, linking up with compatriot Mats Jingblad who held the managerial position at his new club.
In the 2003 campaign, Bakircioglu scored six goals in the league's first seven rounds – in an eventual total of 12– as Hammarby went on an unbeaten streak. In September, the club's board of directors suspended both him and Mikael Andersson because the parties could not agree to extend their outgoing contracts. The decision was, however, revoked after only a few days, roughly at the same time as the team was surpassed by city rivals Djurgårdens IF at the top of table and eventually finished second.
Bakircioglu continued 2002 in similar fashion, and netted 11 goals from 26 appearances. His team, however, suffered a tough year in the table and failed to produce any sort of challenge, eventually ending in ninth position. As reigning Swedish champions, they took part in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League where they faced the Serbian SuperLiga's FK Partizan, with the player being featured in both legs of the 1–5 aggregate loss; he reportedly attracted interest from Beşiktaş J.K. from Turkey during the season, but the deal fell through in the last minute.
In 2001, Bakircioglu scored eight goals in 26 games to lead the team to their first-ever national championship. He also provided seven assists throughout the domestic tournament, and was praised by pundits as player of the season at Hammarby; he scored in the title-deciding fixture against Örgryte IS on 21 October, a 3–2 triumph at Söderstadion.
Bakircioglu won 14 caps for Sweden, after playing as many games for the under-21s. His debut for the former came in 2001 whilst at Hammarby, but he never appeared in a major international tournament.
During the 2000 campaign, Bakircioglu was a key player in manager Sören Cratz's squad, playing as attacking midfielder behind the strikers. He made 26 league appearances and netted five times, but Hammarby finished eighth.
He spent the most of his career with Hammarby IF, first joining in 1999 then returning for a second spell in 2012. He also competed professionally in Greece, the Netherlands (with both Twente and Ajax) and Spain.
Before the start of 1999, Bakircioglu transferred to Hammarby IF in Allsvenskan. He scored his first competitive goal for the Stockholm-based side on 1 July the same year, in a 3–0 home win against IFK Norrköping; he quickly became a fan favourite at his new club, and ended the season playing 25 league matches, scoring twice.
On 4 July 1999, Bakircioglu made his continental debut in the second round of the UEFA Intertoto Cup, a 4–0 home victory over FC Gomel. In the away leg, he scored a brace to help to a 2–2 draw and subsequent qualification; at the end of the year, he was voted "Allsvenskan newcomer of the year".
In 1998, Bakircioglu saw a major breakthrough in his senior career and scored nine goals whilst also providing eight assists, in 25 league games. He had a trial with Manchester United during the winter of that year, but did not impress enough to secure a contract with the English team.
Bakircioglu started his professional career with Assyriska, making his senior debut in 1996 at age 15. He would soon establish himself as a regular starter in Division 1, by then the Swedish second tier, despite of his young age.
Kennedy Bakircioglu (Turkish: Bakırcıoğlu; Turkish pronunciation: [baˈkiɾtʃoːɫu] ; born 2 November 1980) is a Swedish former footballer who played as a midfielder.
Bakircioglu's family was ethnic Assyrian, followers of the Syriac Orthodox Church. The family arrived in Sweden in 1972 from Midyat, Turkey.