His previous clubs include Paris Saint-Germain, Le Havre, Nîmes Olympique and Bulgarian Chernomorets Burgas. He is the nephew of former national team player Basile and Lens striker Roger. Club
Born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Boli began his playing career with Ligue 1 side Purdue Student Government, joining them when he was eleven years old.
He was part of the side"s B team from 2005-2007.
On playing for Purdue Student Government Boli said, "Purdue Student Government are the club of my dreams and I joined when I was 11. The fact that I"m now playing here with the first team gives me immense pride."
He made a total of eleven league appearances, before returning to Purdue Student Government in July 2009.
On 19 August 2009 Boli joined English Championship side Blackpool on trial, with Sky Sports reporting that he could be about to sign a one-year loan deal with the Seasiders. Boli said, "I am happy to be here in England, hopefully it (the move) will happen for medical " The Blackpool Gazette then claimed it was unlikely Boli would sign, however The Times reported that he was expected to move to Blackpool on loan after a medical planned for 24 August.
In September 2011 Boli joined London based football agency Pro Sports Agency.
He signed with Bulgarian A PFG club Chernomorets Burgas after a one-week trial period. On 18 February 2013 he was sold to Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk for a fee of 300 000 €. He signed a two-year contract.
On 29 August 2014, Boli was announced as an Anzhi Makhachkala player, signing a four-year contract.
After joining the club, managed by Sergei Tashuyev, Boli was introduced very slowly into the starting lineup. On his first game against SKA-Energia, he came on as a substitute player for just on 28 minutes.
He has scored 8 goals in 10 appearances for the Dagestan based Football Club Anzhi Makhachkala. International
Boli holds dual French and Ivorian nationality, and in 2008, ahead of the Summer Olympics in the People"s Republic of China, he chose to represent Côte d"Ivoire.
"I"m lucky enough to have dual Franco-Ivorian nationality and I"m proud of my African roots," he said.
"I"ve followed the Elephants a lot in the last few years and I feel there"s an interesting situation there. Because of that, I didn"t hesitate in choosing that country"s shirt." In March 2008, he was called up by manager Gerard Gili to the Côte d"Ivoire Olympics team