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Nadjim Abdou




Date of birth



180 cm




Comoros Islands

Nadjim 'Jimmy' Abdou joined Millwall in the summer of 2008 and has since gone on to join the '300 club' for The Lions.

After a particularly strong debut season, during which he scored four goals, including a crucial one against Leeds that sent Millwall to Wembley in May 2009, Jimmy has consolidated his position as a firm favourite amongst Lions fans.
During the course of 2010/11 he made his international debut for Comoros, but it was in 2011/12 that he was to have his best season to date, winning the Millwall Player of the Year award after being the model of combative consistency throughout a difficult nine months for his team.
Jimmy has been a regular in the starting Xl throughout his eight seasons at The Den and in 2014/15 he collected his second Player of the Year award since joining Millwall. 

The tireless midfielder was as consistent as ever during 2015/16, making 34 appearances for The Lions and scoring one goal in a 3-1 home win against Rochdale.
Abdou was made to battle with Shaun Williams and Ben Thompson in the centre of midfield during 2016/17, but played an important part in Millwall's Play-Off campaign, starring in the club's Wembley Stadium win over Bradford City.