Henri Bedimo Biography
|Date of Birth:||1984 , June-4|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Henri Bedimo Nsame|
|Birth Place/City||Douala, Cameroon|
|Working For||Cameroon national football team and Olmpique Lyonnais.|
|Weight in KG||80kg|
Henri Bedimo Nsame commonly known as Henri Bedimo is a Cameroonian footballer. His nationality is Cameroon, France. His date of birth is June 4, 1984, and he was born in Douala, Cameroon. He possesses very strong dribbling with strong key passing and concentration. He plays in the position of a left defender from Lyon colors.
At the age of 15 in the year 1999, he immigrated to France embarking swiftly into his football career. He also joined Grenoble, his first club as a professional football player. He stayed with the team for a year and was then transferred in 2003 to join Toulouse. He was playing in the reserve team until he was promoted to the first team. He played his first professional league game facing Lens that ended with a draw 0-0 on August 7, 2004.
His next match was against Paris Saint-German which was a victory for them restricting to 2-1 where he played for 90 minutes. He has not played much as part of the first team for Toulouse since then. He was a reserved player and played in the major squad as a replacement. He stayed with Toulouse for three years and has played 23 matches.
He was transferred in 2006 to join Le Havre. He played for the opening day losing a match to Amiens with a score of 3-1. He had received a red card for the first time after three months of the opening match which however ended with a 1-0 win against stress on October 13, 2006. On May 14, 2007, he scored his own goal that drove the team straightaway to victory with the score of 2-1. He left Le Havre after a transfer for Chateauroux on July 22, 2007. He appeared in the opening season and played for 90 minutes settling the score of 0-0 against Clermont Foot. He won the next game over Chamois Niortais with the registered 1-0 goal.
He, however, lost the match against Sedan on March 30. 2008. It was rumored that he was transferred to his former club Grenoble which proved to be incorrect and he played for the next season for the same club as well. He lost a game on October 3, 2008, against Boulogne and Dijon on October 30, 2009. His agent Roger Boli leveraged him to join Lens and he transferred on January 11, 2010. He won consecutive matches the one against LeMans on February 6, 2010, with the 2-1 score and the other against Monaco on February 20, 2010, with the 3-0 win. The season ended with a glorious aura as they retain the league 1 status.
After 2 seasons RC Lens was demoted to League 2. During this period Henry Bedimo made 35 appearances. He signed a four-year contract in June 2011 with the Montpellier registering the 3-1 victory against Auxerre in the first opening match. He entrenched himself as a player in the left back position during this period. Montpellier was achieved league 1 status at the end of the season, however, failed to maintain the position in a 2012-2013 season. He also played in the 2010 African Cup of Nations under the coach Paul Le Guen.
He has earned several prestigious trophies in his glorious career that includes runner-up of Super cup, runner-up of Coupe de la Ligue, and winner of Ligue 1. His height is 180 cm and weight is 80 kg. Though his net worth is not revealed and is under review, his salary is 624,000 Euros. His current market value is £360k. His highest market value £4.05m in 2012. He is hailed as a strong defender of his team. The current team he is playing for is Cameroon national football team and Olympique Lyonnais.