| Bamako, Mali|
Centre Salif Keita
| (1984-02-23) 23 February 1984 (age 31)|
PFC Cherno More Varna (#6)
Mamoutou Coulibaly Wikipedia
Mamoutou Coulibaly (born 23 February 1984) is a Malian professional footballer currently playing as a defender. Coulibaly won two caps for Mali between 2005 and 2006.
Born in Bamako, Coulibaly began his career at Malian side Centre Salif Keita before earning a move to French side AJ Auxerre in 2003. Despite spending three years at Auxerre Coulibaly only ever made two appearances for the first team, once in the domestic league and once in the UEFA Cup, and in 2006 he was sold to Ligue 2 team FC Istres.
Coulibaly became a regular for FC Istres and in June 2007 after spending just one year at the club it was announced that he would leave the team and join Turkish side Kasımpaşa S.K..
In 2008 Coulibaly was part of the Belgian side FC Brussels.
In January 2009 Coulibaly had been invited by Bulgarian side Cherno More Varna to join trial period, which began on 29 January. He made his team debut a few days later, in an 4–0 friendly drubbing of Bulgaria U19. On 20 February Cherno More signed Coulibaly for a two-a-half-year deal. He made his competitive debut for Cherno More on 8 March 2009 against Pirin in the round of 16 of the A PFG. To the end of the 2009–10 season he played 35 matches for the club.
In November 2010, Coulibaly signed a contract with Kazakhstan Premier League side FC Irtysh. The Malian made his official debut for the team (as a starter) on 6 March 2011, in the 1:0 away win over FC Taraz in a Kazakhstan Premier League match. On 30 April 2011, Coulibaly scored his first goal for the club in the 3:2 home win against FC Tobol in a league game.
In February 2014, Coulibaly moved from Irtysh to fellow Kazakh Premier League side FC Kaisar.
On 3 February 2015, Coulibaly returned to Cherno More.
In early 2017, Coulibaly returned to Kazakhstan, signing for FC Kyzylzhar.
Coulibaly played for the Mali under-20 side and captained the team at the 2003 FIFA U-20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, where he played 2 matches. He also played 4 matches at 2001 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Argentina. For Mali, Coulibaly was capped 1 time in 2006.Cherno More
Bulgarian Cup: 2014–15
Bulgarian Supercup: 2015