Jean-Marc Adjovi-Bocco (born 22 December 1963) is a Beninese former football player. Bocco captained the Benin national football team, until he retired from international football in the summer of 1997. He is famous in Scotland for his time with Hibernian, where fans knew him as Jimmy Boco. He graduated from Skema Business School in 1999. Since August 2017, Jean-Marc Adjovi-Boco is also a member of the Presidential Council for Africa.

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  • Jean-Marc Adjovi-Bocco (born 22 December 1963) is a Beninese former football player. Bocco captained the Benin national football team, until he retired from international football in the summer of 1997. He is famous in Scotland for his time with Hibernian, where fans knew him as Jimmy Boco. He graduated from Skema Business School in 1999. Jimmy Adjovi-Boco is currently General Manager of Diambars, an association he cofounded with other friends and professional football players, Bernard Lama, and Patrick Vieira. « Diambars » is a worldwide project that aims to turn children's passion for football into an educational driving force. Since August 2017, Jean-Marc Adjovi-Boco is also a member of the Presidential Council for Africa. (en)
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  • Jean-Marc Adjovi-Bocco (born 22 December 1963) is a Beninese former football player. Bocco captained the Benin national football team, until he retired from international football in the summer of 1997. He is famous in Scotland for his time with Hibernian, where fans knew him as Jimmy Boco. He graduated from Skema Business School in 1999. Since August 2017, Jean-Marc Adjovi-Boco is also a member of the Presidential Council for Africa. (en)
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