Livio Nabab

Livio Nabab ( born June 14, 1988 in Les Abymes, Guadeloupe ) is a French football player.

Club career

Nabab began playing football in his home in Guadeloupe and moved in 2006 to metropolitan France, where he was placed on the reserve team of professional clubs SM Caen. In his first season he was not even on the fourth-rate team, became in the next season but for the regulars of the reserve. After he played from 2007 to 2009 regularly in the fourth division and shown good performances, he was called for the first time in the senior squad at the end of the season 2008 /09. In this he succeeded his debut when he came on as a substitute in the 0-0 draw against Toulouse FC in the 87th minute on 4 April 2009. Nabab played two more games and signed his first professional contract for the relegated to the second division at the end of the season club in the summer of the same year. However, this had no significant improvement in the player's result and Nabab the use of data was not more than four second division games in his second year and beyond. Still, he could celebrate the return to the first division, where he significantly more likely aground with eight games in the first round 2010/11 for Caen.

In January 2011, the professional for half a year was loaned to second division side Stade Laval, where he became a regular player, even if he had meanwhile struggling with an injury. The same role took the midfielder after his return to Caen in summer 2011. In 2012 he had with the team relegation to the second division suffered and was able to consolidate his place after this. Beginning of September 2013, he moved to league rivals AC Arles -Avignon, where he also was awarded a place in the starting eleven.


His first game for the selection of Guadeloupe, a non-member of FIFA, Nabab denied in 2008, and thus at a time, to which he had not yet managed to Caen the breakthrough into the first team, but with the reserve in the fourth division took. He had previously contested eight matches, as he was in 2011 for the Gold Cup, the most important tournament of the North American Association CONCACAF considered. In two out of three games of his team he was on the court, but resigned her out after the first round.