Fary Faye

Fary Faye

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Fary Faye (born 24 December 1974 in Dakar) is a Senegalese footballer who plays for Boavista F.C. in Portugal.

A striker, he spent most of his professional career in Portugal (more than 15 years), most notably with Beira-Mar; at one point, he ranked in the country first division scoring list's Top 5.

Club career

Fary began his career with ASC Diaraf in native Senegal, then started his Portuguese adventure in 1996, signing with lowly Grupo União Sport de Montemor alongside compatriot and teammate Khadim Faye and remaining with the third division side for two seasons, before moving to S.C. Beira-Mar.

From 1998–2003, Fary was an everpresent fixture in the top scorer's list in Portugal, hitting an average of one goal every three games in the Primeira Liga. In the 2002–03 season, he netted 18 goals for the Aveiro side, which finished 13th.

In 2003 Fary signed for Boavista FC, but his role gradually diminished, compared to his previous spell. In 2006–07, he went scoreless in 23 matches, although he only played three as a starter.

In July 2008, upon Boavista's relegation to the second division, Fary returned to his first top-flight club, Beira-Mar, also in that level. After appearing rarely as the club returned to the topflight in 2010 after a three-year absence - four matches, no goals - the 35-year old joined another side in Portugal, Clube Desportivo das Aves.

International career

Fary was part of the Senegalese 2000 African Cup of Nations team which reached the...
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