Modeste M’Bami, former PSG, Marseille and Almería player, dies at 40

The Cameroonian footballer has suffered a coronary heart assault in Le Havre. He made his title with a objective on the 2000 Sydney Video games in opposition to Brazil.

Modeste M’Bami, throughout a match with Almera.EFE

the cameroons Modest M’Bamiwho, amongst others, performed for Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique de Marseille and Almería, died this Saturday within the French metropolis of Le Havre on the age of 40 as a result of a coronary heart assault, reviews PSG, the membership through which he’s a militant. between 2003 and 2006.

The Cameroonian midfielder joined PSG in 2003, after taking part in for the Kadji Sport Academy and Dynamo Douala of Cameroon. He was additionally a member of Almería from 2009 to 2011.

M’Bami got here to prominence on the 2000 Sydney Olympic Video games with a golden objective within the quarterfinals in opposition to closely favored Brazil from Ronaldinho.

In Paris, M’Bami grew to become a fixture within the group, with which he received two French Cups (2004 and 2006). After a protracted absence as a result of a severe harm in opposition to CSKA Moscow on December 7, 2004, he returned to the beginning lineup in 2005-2006, for his third season within the French capital, however then opted to go away Paris and was signed by Oympique de Marseille, the place he stayed for 3 years.

Later he traveled to Spain to play for Almería between 2009 and 2011, the 12 months through which he signed for the Chinese language Changchun Yatai. Later he performed in Saudi Arabia (Al-Ittihad, 2012-2013) and Colombia (Millionaires in 2014), earlier than returning to France, to Le Havre, from Ligue 2. He ended his skilled profession in 2016, on the 35 years.

Again in Cameroon, he organized recruitment days for younger footballers in Africa, after which returned to France, to Le Havre, the place he died this Saturday, PSG factors out on its web site.