|Full name||Amara Simba|
|Date of birth||December 23, 1961|
|Place of birth||Dakar, Senegal|
|1990–1991||→ AS Cannes (loan)||28||(10)|
|1993–1994||AS Monaco FC||32||(4)|
|2000–2001||St. Albans City||12||(9)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Amara Simba (born 23 December 1961), Dakar, Senegal is a retired French football player. During his career he played for Paris SG, AS Cannes, AS Monaco, SM Caen and Lille OSC in France, Club Leon in Mexico and Leyton Orient, Kingstonian, Kettering Town, Barnet, St. Albans City and Billericay in England. He was also selected to play for the French national team on three occasions by then manager Michel Platini in which he scored one goal, but injury prevented his participation in Euro 92 and his international career came to an end.
Simba's move to Leyton Orient came about as a result of training with the club in order to keep fit whilst on holiday in London. Was awarded most beautiful goal of the French Ligue 1 in 1992-1993 for a bicycle kick when he received the ball, controlled it with his chest and finished it off with a bicycle kick.
- Profile on French federation site
- Career stats
- Amara Simba – Liga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com (Spanish)
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