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Thursday 26 January 2012

Oumar Niasse.

Full name: El Hadji Baye Oumar Niasse 

Current team: FK Lokomotiv Moscow

Date of birth - age: 18 April 1990 - 25 years

Place of birth: Ouakam, Senegal

Height: 1,82 m

Weight: 78 kg

Playing position: Winger / Forward

Current number: 21

Oumar Niasse was born on April 18th 1990 in Ouakam, Senegal, in a family with 5 men and 2 women. He started playing football in 2008 in US Ouakam, a club of Dakar. In 2009 he became the top scorer of the team (21 goals) and the second best player of the league. Then, he played for the first time for his national team with Senegal U21 and U23. In February 2012 he earned a trial with Brann, who signed him with a six-month contract with the option for other 2.5 years. Because an injury he played only 3 matches in Tippeligaen and left Norway and returned in Senegal. In the summer of 2013 he had a trial with French Saint-Etienne, which refused him. After a short time he had another offer, from Turkey. He was called by his friend Ibrahima Sonko to play for Akhisarspor. Soon he signed a not profitable contract of 2 years for Belediyespor club and started training with the rest of the team. Immediately he substituted Gekas in the first 11. At the end of the season he was one of the most interesting striker of Super League, especially v the  best clubs of Turkey. He scored 15 goals between league and cup, and made 7 assist. After this great season, Lokomotiv decided to buy the Senegalese forward, who arrives at Cherkizovo on July 2014. He will play with his compatriot N'Doye and against his brother Ibrahima (of Mordoviya Saransk).

Senior career:
Team: matches (goal)
2007--2013  US Ouakam 46 (34)
2012 Brann 3 (0)
2013--2014 Akhisarspor Belediyespor 34 (12)
2014--... Lokomotiv Moscow 13 (4)

National team career:
Team: matches (goal)
201o--2012 Senegal U21 25 (6)
2012--2014 Senegal U23 5 (0)
2014--... Senegal 1 (2)

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