The peculiarity of Mamadou ZARE, it’s his ineffable love for the ASEC Mimosas. # tothe point that he made throughout his career as player in this club, since the minimal until senior team. After will be converted to the profession of coaching football, he has been a moment of training center with which he won the national Junior Championship before attending to the professional team in 1995. That year, ZARE andASEC Mimosas buy everything in Côte d’Ivoire (Cup FHB, national championships, National Cup, Federation Cup). Unfortunately, they lose (0-1) final C1, the first in the history of the club, in Abidjan, facing Orlando Pirates of South Africa, so the Mimosas were kept in check (2-2) Buccaneers South Africans, to go, in Johannesburg.
A gifted to the sober game
At ASEC Mimosas, in 1973, with N’DIAYE Aboubacar, Bakary KONE, Youssouf FOFANA and many others, Mamadou ZARE, who was only 11 years old, sharpens his weapons in the various categories of youth club, for eight years. It was in 1981 that Luis Oscar FULLONE Arce, one of the emblematic club coaches, run into the deep end ofthe elite of national football. ZARE grabbed the pole and hold more. Player character, but also temperamental, he is fiery, ambitious and don’t like defeats. Combative,versatile, technical, clever, unpredictable striker, ZARE becomes the key player of ASEC Mimosas for 10 years (1981-1991) and of all the solutions for differentcoaches. Sometimes middle, sometimes attacking, then axial Defender near the end of his career, Mamadou ZARE is a gifted, but his sober game, although effective,does not have an aura of star.
A master stroke when he puts an end to his career, in 1991, Mamadou ZARE’s 28. President Roger OUEGNIN, who finds him the qualities of a good technician, he entrusted the technical supervision of cadets and juniors. In 1993, under the leadership of Mamadou ZARE, juniors from ASEC Mimosas won the national championship intheir class. The following year, Me Roger OUEGNIN provides Mamadou ZARE of Sabé sports de Bouna (Ivorian D1) to help him prepare his weapons to coach. Still learning to ‘Zébia’ as a time call it friends. Then, in 1995, Me Roger OUEGNIN, the bossof ASEC Mimosas, deems ready to take care of the technical supervision of Mimos. He confided it to her. And for a first attempt, Mamadou ZARE succeeds a master stroke. With him, ASEC Mimosas made a RAID at the national level and fails in final of C1 in the face of Orlando Pirates. The second season of ZARE, as coach of Mimos, is unsavoury. Only the FHB Cup falls into the hands of the club. In 1996, ZARE is the Abidjan Stadium. In 1997, he became assistant coach Philippe TROUSSIER, in thetechnical supervision of standards, the national team of Burkina Faso. After the 98CAN at the end of which Burkina Faso finished in the fourth place, Mamadou ZAREreturns to the fold and in turn, causes the Séwé sports de San Pedro and Issia WaziValley Football Club of Bouaké before creating its AZFC (Academy Zare Football Club) training center. He died Thursday, may 3, 2007, after a long illness, at the age of 45 years.