| Mamadou Hady Barry|
1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
| (1986-05-16) May 16, 1986 (age 29)|Mamadou Barry Wikipedia
Mamadou Barry (born 16 May 1986), also known as Hady Barry, is a Guinean footballer who currently plays for PS TNI in the Liga 1. His position is forward.
Barry played for Persipal Palu in Indonesia for 5 years before joining Sun Hei.
He joined Sun Hei SC in January 2011. He had his first appearance for Sun Hei SC against Kitchee SC in Hong Kong First Division League, and he scored a goal. On 16 October 2011, Barry became the first player to score a hat-trick at the newly renovated Mong Kok Stadium.
He joined fellow Hong Kong club South China in June 2013 for free. On 1 September 2013, Barry netted a brace on his debut for South China; the match finished 3-2 with South China the victors. He scored 5 goals during his half-season stint with the club, in which 4 of them were from the penalty spot. In December 2013, South China received a berth for the 2014 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off and decided to move on for expatriate players of better quality, hence parted way with Barry.
He was called up by Guinea national under-23 football team for the match against Mali U23 in 2012 CAF Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament. He scored a goal in the 84th minute. The match ended 2–2 and Mali won on the away goals rule.