Kamil Zayatte

Kamil Zayatte

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Kamil Zayatte () (born 7 March 1985) is a Guinean footballer who plays for Turkish club İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor as a defender.

Club career

Born in Conakry, Zayatte moved from Guinea to Paris, France at the age of fifteen. His first professional club was RC Lens, where he got to know future Hull City team-mate Daniel Cousin. He only played in two games for Lens, one league and one cup, and moved to BSC Young Boys for more first-team opportunities.

In summer 2008, Zayatte had trials with Everton and Newcastle United, before joining Hull City on a season-long loan on 31 August. City had the option to sign him longer-term if they stayed in the Premier League. A deal has now been agreed to make the transfer permanent in January, for a fee that will match the club's current record signing (£2.5 million for Anthony Gardner).

On 25 October 2008, Zayatte scored his first goal for Hull in a 3–0 win against West Bromwich Albion early in the second half, a volley from Dean Marney's right hand corner to maintain Hull's impressive start to the 2008–09 campaign.

On 23 January 2009, it was announced that Zayatte had signed permanently with Hull, on a reported...
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