|Full name||Samuel Eto'o Fils|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
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Samuel Eto'o Fils Biography:
He led his nation to successes in the 2000 and 2002 Africa Cup of Nations, and after won back to back trebles with European teams FC Barcelona and Internazionale. A four-time African Player of the Year, Eto’o became football’s highest-paid star after signing with FC Anzhi Makhachkala in 2011.
The son of an accountant, he enjoyed a comparatively cozy youth and attended the Kadji Sports Academy in the town of Douala. Eto’o’s Efforts to sign with a French soccer club as a teen were rejected due to his age and deficiency of an effective ID, however he became an associate of Real Madrid’s youth academy in 1997.
Eto’o Just played for Real Madrid and was loaned to multiple clubs through the late 1990s. On the other hand, the quick striker created himself as an integral player because of his nation, leading Cameroon to tournaments in the 2000 and 2002 Africa Cup of Nations as well as the gold medal in the 2000 Olympics. Meanwhile, Eto’o located a stable team house with RCD Mallorca.
Eto’o signed with Spanish powerhouse FC Barcelona in 2004 and helped produce a league title in his first season. But even though he was an important power behind Barcelona’s treble-winning effort of 2008 09, he fell from favor with all the team and was traded to Internazionale for Zlatan Ibrahimovi?.
Eto’o Loved a victorious 200910 season with Internazionale, earning Serie A, Champions League and Italian Cup successes to get to be the very first player to win back to back trebles. He claimed a record fourth African Player of the Year Award in 2010, and directed his team to a different Italian Cup title by the end of the season.
In August 2011, Eto’o signed a three-year contract together with the Russian Premier League’s FC Anzhi Makhachkala that made him the highest-paid player on the planet. But, the high-priced striker was sold together with the team looking to cut payroll, and he restarted his profession as an associate of the English Premier League’s Chelsea F.C. in 2013-14.