The PFA profile for Stephane Sessegnon has been updated for 2012-13 season, say Digital Sports Group

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Digital Sports Group today announced that The PFA profile for the professional footballer Stephane Sessegnon has been been updated. The PFA player profiles provide a unique and unrivalled insight into a professional footballer's career with full career stats, news biographies and features.

Stephane Sessegnon is a versatile attacking player who signed for Sunderland in the January 2011 transfer window.

Previously known as a player who was comfortable in any of the midfield positions, an injury crisis at the Stadium of Light saw him pushed forward into the role of a deep-lying secondary striker, where his willingness to use his pace to run at defenders was used to best effect.

Very strong on the ball, and with tremendous close control, he proved extremely difficult to dispossess and went on to score three times towards the end of the season. Stephane began his career in Benin before making the move to France, where he played for Creteil, Le Mans and Paris Saint Germain.

He found himself on the bench for PSG during the first half of the 2010-11 campaign before switching to the Premier League.

Stephane represents Benin at international level and has played more than 30 times for his country.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “Stephane Sessegnon is a fantastic player and we have been working hard to provide the most fantastic resource that is both enjoyable to use and useful. Working with the PFA provides unique biographical information and insights that can be found nowhere else online. We are proud of our partnership with the Professional Footballers Association and the unrivalled access this provides us to the players.”

DSG became the official digital partner of the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) earlier this year and have since launched a number of Player profile fan pages on social media site Facebook as well as providing official player pages on their football news site football.co.uk.

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