|Date of birth||27 February 1981|
|Place of birth||Conakry, Guinea|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Winger, attacking midfielder|
|2001–2002||→ Lorient (loan)||31||(6)|
|2009–2010||→ Al-Rayyan (loan)||14||(5)|
|2010||→ Al-Nassr (loan)||5||(2)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23:40, 12 March 2019 (UTC)|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 14 June 2013
Bordeaux, and Lorient loan
Feindouno started his European career at FC Girondins de Bordeaux in July 1998, and scored the goal which gave the club the Ligue 1 Championship title in 1999. He spent the 2001–02 season on loan at Lorient. Whilst at Lorient Feindouno played in the 2002 Coupe de France Final in which they beat SC Bastia.
Feindouno left Bordeaux to join Saint-Étienne before the 2004–05 season. He missed Guinea's lost quarter final against the Ivory Coast in the 2008 African Nations due to suspension.
In summer 2007 he was linked with a move away from his club, with many sides from all over Europe interested in his services. Feindouno stated his desire to link up with close friend and former Lorient teammate Jean-Claude Darcheville at Scottish side Rangers in May 2007 or in the January transfer window of 2008. On 12 October 2007, it was reported that English Premiership giant Liverpool's manager Rafael Benítez would make a bid to purchase him at the next January transfer window, strengthening the attacking field.
Qatar and Saudi Arabia
On 24 September 2008, Feindouno moved to Al Sadd SC of the Qatar National First Division for €7 million, signing a contract for four years. After one year at Al Sadd, he was transferred to Al Rayyan Sports Club on a one-year loan. On 29 January 2010, he moved to Al-Nassr on a three-month loan.
In the summer 2010 transfer window, he reportedly attracted interest from Everton, Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers but nothing came of it. Celtic were reported to have offered him a contract worth £10,000 a week on 11 December 2010.
He left Monaco after their relegation and on 22 June joined Swiss Super League outfit FC Sion, but left in January 2012 after the Swiss Football Association deducted 36 points for fielding ineligible players.
In July 2012, he signed for the Turkish club Elazığspor and his contract was terminated in February 2013, before the end of the 2012–13 season. In April 2013, he returned to Guinea, signing a four-month contract with AS Kaloum Star.
In 17 November 2015, Feindouno joined CS Sedan Ardennes, along with his stepson Abdoul Karim Sylla. On 2 December, it was reported that the club's doctor had refused to grant him permission to play football after cardiac tests had shown "abnormalities" in the size of an artery. Two days later, he was linked with a move to Congolese side TP Mazembe.
Feindouno was a member of the Guinean national team that competed in the 2004 African Nations Cup, finishing second in their group in the first round of competition, before losing in the quarter finals to Mali. He was the captain of Guinea.
Pascal Feindouno's brother is midfielder Simon Feindouno and his other brother Benjamin Feindouno also plays football. His adviser is Rui Pedro Alves. His stepson Abdoul Karim Sylla is a footballer as well.
|1.||8 April 2000||Nakivubo Stadium, Kampala, Uganda||Uganda||4–3||4–4||2002 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|2.||23 April 2000||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Uganda||2–0||3–0||2002 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|4.||6 July 2003||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Ethiopia||2–0||4–0||2004 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|5.||25 January 2004||Stade El Menzah, Tunis, Tunisia||DR Congo||2–1||2–1||2004 Africa Cup of Nations|
|6.||7 February 2004||Stade El Menzah, Tunis, Tunisia||Mali||1–0||1–2||2004 Africa Cup of Nations|
|7.||28 April 2004||Aix-les-Bains, France||Ivory Coast||1–1||2–4||Friendly|
|8.||5 September 2004||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Botswana||1–0||4–0||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|9.||17 November 2004||Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya||Kenya||1–1||1–2||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|10.||9 February 2004||Stade de France, Paris, France||Mali||2–2||2–2||Friendly|
|11.||4 September 2005||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Malawi||1–0||3–1||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|12.||26 January 2006||Haras El Hodoud Stadium, Alexandria, Egypt||Zambia||1–1||2–1||2006 Africa Cup of Nations|
|14.||30 January 2006||Haras El Hodoud Stadium, Alexandria, Egypt||Tunisia||2–0||3–0||2006 Africa Cup of Nations|
|15.||3 February 2006||Haras El Hodoud Stadium, Alexandria, Egypt||Senegal||2–3||2–3||2006 Africa Cup of Nations|
|16.||24 March 2007||Independence Stadium, Bakau, Gambia||Gambia||2–0||2–0||2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|17.||16 June 2007||July 5, 1962 Stadium, Algiers, Algeria||Algeria||2–0||2–0||2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|18.||9 September 2007||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Cape Verde||1–0||4–0||2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|19.||24 January 2008||Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra, Ghana||Morocco||1–0||3–2||2008 Africa Cup of Nations|
|21.||14 June 2008||Sam Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek, Namibia||Namibia||2–1||2–1||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|22.||22 June 2008||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Namibia||1–0||4–0||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|23.||11 February 2009||Stade Robert Bobin, Bondoufle, France||Cameroon||1–2||1–3||Friendly|
|24.||28 March 2009||Stade du 4 Août, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso||Burkina Faso||1–3||2–4||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|25.||21 June 2009||Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry, Guinea||Malawi||1–0||2–1||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|27.||11 November 2011||Stade Aimé Bergeal, Paris, France||Senegal||1–4||1–4||Friendly|
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