Mamady Sidibe

Mamady Sidibe

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Mamady Sidibe (born 18 December 1979) is a Malian footballer who plays for Stoke City as a striker. He has previously played for Swansea City and Gillingham. He has played internationally for Mali, making his debut in 2002.

Club career

Early life in France

Sidibe was born in Kremis, Kayes Region in Mali before his family migrated to France when he was two years old. He lived in Pantin before moving to Bagneux, Hauts-de-Seine where he joined the local under thirteen football team. At the age of 15 he joined Massy Palaiseau, a youth team in the 91st district where he played for a whole season as a defender. He impressed watching scouts and was signed by local team Red Star 93 where he played along with Fousseni Diawara, Samba Diawara, Diomansy Kamara and Abdoulaye Méïté. On the last day of the 1999–2000 season, the coach decided to play him as a striker and he scored his first goal of the season while playing what was his last game for Red Star. The following season, he joined CA Paris-Charenton as a result of Red Star’s financial demise which led to the club almost filing for bankruptcy. He left for England when he was 22 years old to join Swansea City.

Swansea City

Sidibe was signed by Swansea City on 25 August 2001 after a successful trail. He scored on his League debut for The Swans in a 3–1 win over Macclesfield Town on the opening day of the 2001–02 season. He continued his impressive...
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