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Maxime Camara

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Full name  Mamadouba Resmu Camara
Years  Team
Height  1.64 m
Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Football player

Place of birth  Conakry, Guinea
Name  Maxime Camara
Date of birth  1943
1960–1972  Hafia
Position  Midfielder
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Mamadouba Resmu Camara nicknamed Maxime Camara (1943 – 29 March 2016) was a Guinea international football midfielder.

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Career

Born in Conakry, Camara played club football for local side Hafia F.C. in the 1960s and 1970s. He helped the club win the 1972 African Cup of Champions Clubs.

Camara represented Guinea at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. He also made several appearances for the senior Guinea national football team, including four FIFA World Cup qualifying matches, and played at the 1976 African Cup of Nations finals.

Personal

Camara became seriously ill while living in Morocco in 2010. He died there on 29 March 2016.

References

Maxime Camara Wikipedia


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