| Ibrahima Sory Bangoura|
| FC Istres|
| (1982-12-08) December 8, 1982 (age 33)|
Guinea national football team (Defender), CP Cacereno (Midfielder), Djoliba AC (#3 / Defender)
Lass Bangoura, Ismael Bangoura, Oumar Kalabane, Sambegou Bangoura, Ibrahima Traore
Ibrahima Bangoura Wikipedia
Ibrahima Sory Bangoura (born 8 December 1982 in Conakry) is a Guinean footballer who last played in Spain for CP Cacereño.
Bangoura was a member of the Guinea squad for the 2006 African Nations Cup, where the team was eliminated in the quarter-finals. His cousin Ismaël Bangoura is also a footballer and a member of the team. His favourite position is second striker although he has played as winger or as an attacking midfielder. He is well known for his pace.
On 25 January 2009 Bangoura signed a five-year-contract with Denizlispor. The transfer fee was estimated to be around €300,000. Ibrahima quickly became a fan favourite, and established himself as a talented goal scorer. Bangoura's other notable feature is his goal celebration, which he performs with teammate and Senegalese international defender Pape Diakhate, it resembles an African dance.
In 2010, he moved to Konyaspor.
In February 2011 Bangoura signed a two-year contract with Khazar Lankaran. After only three months Bangoura was released by Khazar Lankaran.
After leaving Khazar, Bangoura joined Djoliba AC Malian Première Division. In September 2013 Bangoura joined CP Cacereño, but left the club in December 2013 having not played for the club.