Former Almería and PSG footballer M’Bami dies at the age of 40

Modeste M’Bami, ex player of Almeria and of the Paris Saint-Germain Among others, he has died at the age of 40. The Cameroonian has died of a heart attack in the French city of Le Havre, where he lived, as reported by the Parisian team, in which he played between 2003 and 2006. During his sports career, which lasted until seven years ago, the midfielder played up to 11 different clubs.

One of them was the Almeria, in the 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 seasons. The player arrived on the last market day of 2009, as a free agent and played 58 games in the First Division in the two seasons in which he was in the Indálico team, scoring one goal. In the last year as rojiblanco, they finished bottom and were relegated to Second.

The club wanted to convey its condolences on social networks in a brief statement: «UD Almería regrets the death of Modeste M’Bami, rojiblanco player in the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. The club sends its sincerest condolences to family and friends. RIP”, says the message.

The club that has reported his death has been the psg, in which he played between 2003 and 2006, playing 101 games in the three seasons in which he was at the club. With the Parisians, long before Qatar’s entry into the entity’s shareholding, he achieved a runner-up in the League and a Cup.

It was in France where he developed a good part of his sports career. In addition to signing for the whole of the capital, he spent three seasons in the Sedan, many others in the Olympic Marseille and two in the Le Havre, in which he ended his career, after 17 active seasons. In addition, he played in teams from his native Cameroon, the Chinese Super League, the Saudi Arabian league and also played in the millionaires Colombian.

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