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Souleymane Oulare Personal information Full name Souleymane Oulare Date of birth 16 October 1972 Place of birth Conakry, Guinea Playing position Forward Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1991–1992 Lokeren 1992–1994 Beveren 28 (8) 1994–1996 Waregem 14 (3) 1996–1999 Genk 84 (37) 1999–2000 Fenerbahçe 11 (5) 2000–2001 Las Palmas 17 (4) 2001–2003 Stoke City 1 (0) 2004 K. Beringen-Heusden-Zolder 13 (1) 2004–2006 C.S. Visé * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Souleymane Oulare (born 16 October 1972 in Conakry, Guinea), is a professional football player. Contents 1 Career 1.1 Stoke City 2 Career statistics 3 Personal life 4 References 5 External links Career He was elected Footballer of the Year in Belgium in 1999, when he won the Belgian Championship as a striker with Racing Genk, scoring 17 goals during the season. He then went on to play for Fenerbahçe SK (Turkey), UD Las Palmas (Spain), Stoke City (England), K. Beringen-Heusden-Zolder and C.S. Visé (both Belgium). Stoke City Oulare signed for Stoke City in England in 2002. After his only league game for Stoke against Northampton Town in 2002 Oulare was diagnosed with a life-threatening blood clot in his lungs.[1] He returned for the 2nd leg of the play-offs against Cardiff City and made a vital contribution. He came on after 71 minutes replacing Chris Iwelumo with Stoke 2–1 down, James O'Connor scored in the 88th minute to send the tie into extra time and then in the 115th minute a O'connor free-kick was deflected in off Oulare's backside and Stoke won the tie 3–2 and went on to win promotion.[2] He never got a chance the following season was released in 2003.[3] Career statistics Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Stoke City 2001–02 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 Career Total 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 Personal life In November 2006, a girl and a woman have been intoxicated in a house in Brussels, which Oulare actually owns. It appeared that he was a slumlord. [4] [5] The house, rented to 10 families for 500 euros each, has been officially declared unhealthy then evacuated. [6] [7] References ^ "Oulare Blood Clot Confirmed". stokecityfc.com. http://www.stokecityfc.com/page/NewsDetail/0,,10310~158751,00.html. Retrieved 7 January 2011.  ^ "Cardiff City vs Stoke City". stokecityfc.com. http://www.stokecityfc.com/page/MatchReport/0,,10310~17598,00.html. Retrieved 7 January 2011.  ^ "Souleymane’s Shorts". Draw For Me The Boothen.com. http://drawformetheboothen.wordpress.com/2009/08/08/souleymanes-shorts/. Retrieved 7 January 2011.  ^ Souleymane Oulare marchand de sommeil ^ http://www.rtl.be/page/rtlinfo/articles/societearticle/227.aspx?articleid=65757 ^ L'immeuble insalubre d'Oulare évacué ^ http://www.rtl.be/page/rtlinfo/articles/societearticle/227.aspx?articleid=65822 External links Career history at National Football Teams Preceded by Pär Zetterberg Belgian Footballer of the Year 1999 Succeeded by Marc Degryse v · d · eBelgian Ebony Shoe Winners 1992: Amokachi | 1993: Ikpeba | 1994: Amokachi | 1995: Okpara | 1996: Babayaro | 1997: Mpenza | 1998: Addo | 1999: Oulare | 2000: Nzelo-Lembi | 2001: Mido | 2002: Dagano | 2003: Aruna | 2004: Kompany | 2005: Kompany | 2006: Boussoufa | 2007: Tchité | 2008: Fellaini | 2009: Boussoufa | 2010: Boussoufa | 2011: Lukaku v · d · eGuinea squad – 1994 Africa Cup of Nations GK F. L. Camara • GK Diallo • DF Bangoura • DF S. Camara • DF Fernández • DF Sidibé • DF M. Soumah • DF E. B. Sylla • DF Mohamadou Sylla • DF M. O. Sylla • MF A. Camara • MF N'Gom Camara • MF Dramé • MF S. Soumah • MF Sow • MF Mohamed Sylla • MF A. K. Sylla • MF Thiam • FW T. Camara • FW Camara • FW Oularé • FW A. Soumah • Coach: N. Camara v · d · eGuinea squad – 1998 Africa Cup of Nations 1 Diallo • 2 O. Sylla • 3 Salam Sow • 4 Thiam • 5 B. Sylla • 6 M. Camara • 7 F. Camara • 8 M. Sylla • 9 Oularé • 10 T. Camara • 11 Soumah • 12 Diané • 13 Dramé • 14 N'Gom Camara • 15 Bangoura • 16 A. Bah • 17 M. Soumah • 18 M. Camara • 19 Fernández • 20 M. A. Soumah • 21 Dioubaté • 22 K. Camara • Coach: Muntyan Persondata Name Oulare, Souleymane Alternative names Short description Date of birth 16 October 1972 Place of birth Conakry, Guinea Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Guinean football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e