Chérif Souleymane

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Chérif Soulegmane also known as Chérif Souleymane (born 20 October 1944 in Kindia) is a former Guinean footballer. He won the France Football African Footballer of the Year and the African Footballer of the Year in 1972 while playing with Hafia FC in Conakry.[1] Souleymane is the current Technical Director (Director Technique) of the Guinean Football Association. He was recently promoted to a FIFA football instructor. He competed for Guinea at the 1968 Summer Olympics with the Guinea national football team.[2]


  1. ^ "Souleymane Chérif: l'unique ballon d'or africain de Guinée" (in French). 20 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Soulegmane Cherif at

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