30 janvier 2006
|QUI SUIS JE ? |
| Né le: 10.03.1981 |
Né à: Nkon (Cameroun)
Entrée en nat: 12.01.1996
Matches en nat: 50
Nombre de buts: 43
| Fiche privée |
|Club actuel: FC Barcelone |
Site du club: http://www.fcbarcelona.com
| Carrière d´amateur |
|Nom et prénom : Fils Samuel ETO`O |
Date de naissance : 10/03/1981
Taille : 1,80 m
Poids : 79 Kg
Club : FC Barcelone (Espagne)
Poste : Attaquant
Dossard : 9
Nombre de sélections : 48
| Carrière professionelle |
|Born: Nkon, Cameroon on March 10, 1981. |
1997 - Wins first of 59 caps for Cameroon, the day before his 16th birthday, in a friendly in Costa Rica.
July: Moves from the Kadji academy to Real Madrid after impressing on a tour of Spain and is loaned to second division Leganes to gain experience.
1998 - Included in the squad for the 1998 World Cup finals in France, where he plays as a substitute in the match against Italy in Montpellier as the youngest player in the tournament.
August: Rejoins the Real Madrid squad for the 1998/99 season but plays just one league match before a brief loan spell at Espanyol.
1999-2000 - Plays in three games in Real Madrid`s victorious Champions League campaign.
2000 - Scores his first international goal as Cameroon go on to win the African Nations Cup in Nigeria.
August: Loaned out to Real Mallorca, who later make the move permanent although Madrid retain an option on him.
September: Plays key role in Cameroon under-23 side`s Olympic gold medal victory in Sydney with a penalty shootout triumph over Spain.
2002 - Helps retain African Nations Cup in Mali when Cameroon beat Senegal on penalties after 0-0 draw in the final.
June: Plays in the World Cup finals in Japan where Cameroon fail to get past the first round.
2003 - Scores two goals when Mallorca win Spain`s King`s Cup final 3-0 against Recreativo Huelva and also plays in the Confederations Cup final defeat by France in Paris.
2004 - Plays in his third successive African
Nations Cup tournament but Cameroon lose in the quarter-finals to Nigeria.
Ends the season with 17 league goals, including two in Mallorca`s 3-2 win over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
April: Named 2003 African Footballer of the Year.
Aug 12: After turning down an offer from Chelsea he joins Barcelona from Mallorca on a four-year deal for a fee of 24 million euros ($28.75 million), half of which went to Real Madrid.
Nov 21: Scores opener in Barcelona`s 3-1 win over Real Madrid in the league.
2005 - Feb 15: Named African Footballer of the Year for the second season in succession.
May 14: Scores in Barca`s 1-1 draw at Levante, a result that earns the Catalans their first league title in six years.
Ends the season with a total of 24 league goals, one behind Primera Liga leading scorer Diego Forlan of Villarreal.
June 29: Extends his contract with Barcelona until 2010.
Oct 8: Misses out on World Cup after Cameroon draw 1-1 with Egypt in their final qualifier when Pierre Wome misses an injury-time penalty. Eto`o said he did not take the penalty because Wome asked to.
Nov 7: One of five players to be nominated for the African Footballer of the Year award. Is strongly fancied to win the award for a record-equalling third time.
Nov 30 - Shortlisted for FIFA`s World Player of the Year award together with club colleague Ronaldinho and Chelsea`s Frank Lampard.
Année Club Match Buts
97-98 Leganes (Espagne) (D2) 28 3
98-99 Real Madrid (Espagne) 1 0
99-00 Real Majorque (Espagne) 12 6
99-00 Real Madrid (Espagne) 2 0
00-01 Real Majorque (Espagne) 28 11
01-04 Real Majorque (Espagne)
12.08.2004 FC Barcelone (Espagne)
| Palmares en club |
|1998: Real Madrid Coupe intercontinentale |
2000: Real Madrid Champions league
2003: FC Mallorca Coupe du roi
2005: Champion de la liga espagnole avec FC Barcelona
| Palmares en nationale |
|Vainqueur des Jeux Olympiques en 2000 |
Vainqueur de la coupe d´afrique des Nations en 2000
Vainqueur de la coupe d´afrique des Nations en 2002
Participation coupe du monde 1998 (17 ans)
Participation coupe du monde 2002
Vice champion de la coupe des confédérations 2003 en france
CAF Player 2003
CAF Player 2004
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