| Habib Bamogo|
21 (OGC Nice / Forward)
Persiram Raja Ampat
| (1982-05-08) 8 May 1982 (age 33)|
Moumouni Dagano, Mamadou Bagayoko, Charles Kabore, Habib Beye, David Hellebuyck
Habib Bamogo Wikipedia
Habib Bamogo (born 8 May 1982 in Paris) is a French-born Burkinabé professional footballer who is currently a Persiram Raja Ampat player.
Bamogo started his career at Ligue 2 side Montpellier. He played at the club for three seasons, in his third scoring 16 times in 38 appearances to earn himself a move to Ligue 1 giants Marseille. He played with the first team in the 2004–05 season, scoring five goals in 30 appearances, before going on loan to fellow top flight side Nantes for the following campaign. For the first half of the 2006–07 season he moved on loan to Spanish La Liga outfit Celta Vigo, before returning in January to again play for his parent club. In August 2007, he was once again sent on loan to another French top flight side, this time local rivals Nice. In the summer of 2011, he joined Greek club Panetolikos F.C., which was recently promoted to the Greek Superleague. However, he didn't manage to score in 4 appearances before being released.
On 23 December 2011, Bamogo had agreed to sign a short term contract with Doncaster Rovers. He joined the club alongside other two signings Damien Plessis and Mamadou Bagayoko on the day. However, it wasn't until 31 January 2012 that he actually made his league debut for Doncaster, starting in the clubs 0–0 draw away at Hull City.
Habib Bamogo joined Botev Plovdiv in October 2012. He failed to impress and was released on 22 February 2013 after just 5 games for the club in Bulgarian A Professional Football Group.
After more than a year without a club, Habib Bamogo joined the Indonesia Soccer Championship by signing in favor of Persiram Raja Ampat in May 2014. After a first season at the club, he sees the 2015 championship abandoned at the request of the government autorities
In 2009, he made his debut for the Burkina Faso national football team.Scores and results list Burkina Faso's goal tally first.