The Two Samuels, International Professional Footballers Samuel Inkoom And Samuel Etoo… they both currently play for turkish club AntalyasporFootballers Samuel Inkoom And Samuel Etoo...

 

All you need to know about Samuel Inkoom

International Professional Footballer Samuel Inkoom began his career with Windy Professionals Football Academy (2000-2007), after he moved to Sekondi Hasaacas (2007-2008) and moved on 1 January 2008 to Asante Kotoko. On 26 April 2009 he moved from Kumasi Asante Kotoko to FC Basel in the Swiss Super League on a three-year contract. He made his Basel debut in derby game against FC St. Gallenon (July 12, 2009). He was a key member of their golden season in 2010.

On 31 January 2011 he moved to FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. In August 2012 he went for half year loan to SC Bastia. The following season Inkoom again moved on six-month loan, this time to Platanias in January 2014. In September 2014, Inkoom signd with D.C. United on a free transfer. In summer 2015 he signed with portuguese Boavista FC. In January 2016 Samuel Eto’o invited Inkoom to turkish club Antalyaspor…

All you need to know about Samuel Eto’o

Born on March 10, 1981 in Nkon, Cameroon.  Samuel Eto’o was only 16 years Real Madrid signed him in 1997…

Samuel Eto’o currently plays as a striker for Turkish club Antalyaspor. He is the most decorated African player of all time, having won the African Player of the Year award a record four times: in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010. He was third in the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2005…

Samuel Eto’o gives back to the community through the his charity foundation ‘Fundacion Privada Samuel Eto’o’ which was founded in 2006. ‘Fundacion Privada Samuel Eto’o’ helps provide basic necessities  such as healthcare, they have built hospitals in the cameroon…

Some boys from his foundation now play in Barcelona’s youth academy, Malaga… “I have a lad who’s a good forward, he’s doing quite well, named Odongu. I have a kid named Abanya who’s a center back. All of them come from my foundation and it’s the joy that I try to share — the opportunity — that I want to give to each child. They themselves have to fight for their place, but the first opportunity is what I try to give them.” Samuel Eto’o

Credit: Samuel Inkoom