Abel Thermeus

Forward, Football player

1983 –


Who is Abel Thermeus?

Abel Thermeus is a Haitian football player, who is a striker. He played for Atromitos Yeroskipou.

France-born Thermeus spent a couple of unsuccessful years at Monaco before moving to lower league side Créteil. In January 2006, he move to Scottish Premier League side Motherwell, where he quickly gained the nickname "The Flask". He is strong with a good touch and an eye for goal which will give us something extra," manager Terry Butcher told the club website.Thermeus played two league games for Motherwell as a substitute, the second of which, against Kilmarnock, he was sent-off for a headbutt. In summer 2006, he signed for Levante UD. In July 2008, he played a trial game with English League Two side Bradford City against Guiseley, which Bradford lost 2–1.

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Jan 19, 1983
  • France

on July 23, 2013


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