12 Facts About Titi Camara


Aboubacar Sidiki "Titi" Camara was born on 17 November 1972 and is a Guinean former professional footballer who played as a striker.


Titi Camara was the coach of the Guinean national team, which he captained and played for.


Titi Camara was the Guinea sports minister, before being replaced in October 2012.


Titi Camara managed to score in three successive Premier League games for the Reds in late autumn of 1999.


Titi Camara's placing made him the second highest placed African player, behind Bruce Grobbelaar.


Titi Camara was a stalwart of the Guinea team from the early 1990s until the early 2000s.


Titi Camara is regarded as a key protagonist in Guinea's return to respectability in African football and played for his country at the 2004 African Nations Cup, where he scored 3 goals in the group stage, which meant he finished just one goal behind the leading scores of the tournament.

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On 9 June 2009, Titi Camara was named the head coach of the Syli National to succeed Robert Nouzaret.


Titi Camara was serving in dual capacities of NTC and head coach of the Syli National.


In September 2003, alleging breach of contract, Titi Camara sued West Ham United.


On 28 December 2010, Titi Camara was made Sports Minister of Guinea by newly elected president Alpha Conde, making him the country's first ex-sportsman to hold a government post.


Titi Camara was forced out of his post on 5 October 2012 in a government reshuffle.