Elimane Coulibaly

Football, Football player

1980 –


Who is Elimane Coulibaly?

Elimane Coulibaly is a Senegal football striker who currently plays for Kortrijk in Belgian Pro League.

At the start of the season 2005/2006, Coulibaly left KVK Ninove and went to KMSK Deinze. He played two seasons in the team and scored 15 goals in 35 games. At the end of the 2005-06 season, he left Deinze and signed a two-year-contract with KV Kortrijk. As from the season 2009-2010, Elimane plays in the team of AA Gent in the first team. This season, he also became the top scorer of the team, which ended on the second spot after champion Anderlecht and won the cup. In the cup final, Coulibaly scored the first goal against Cercle Brugge. He scored the first Champions League qualification goal ever of AA Gent in the game against Dinamo Kiev. After the 2011-12 season, he moved to Beerschot but was released in October 2012 and returned as an unattached player to Gent in December 2012.

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Mar 15, 1980
  • Senegal
Lived in
  • Dakar

on July 23, 2013


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