Amedee Pacome Nkoulou is a professional football player and director, born in Yaounde, Cameroon in 1989. He is currently the director of the Cameroon national football team, having previously played for them and his club side, Olympique de Marseille.
Amedee began his football career at the age of 17, playing for the youth side of Yaoundé Football Club. He quickly developed into an impressive player, drawing attention from top European clubs. At the age of 19, Amedee signed with French side Olympique de Marseille and made his professional debut in the 2008-09 season. During his time at the club, he became an integral part of the team, playing in a variety of defensive positions.
In 2011, Amedee made his international debut for Cameroon, and soon became a regular starter for the side. He was a key part of the squad that won the 2017 African Cup of Nations. Following his success with the national team, he was appointed as the Director of the Cameroon national football team in 2019, a role which he continues to hold today.
As Director, Amedee has been responsible for organising and overseeing the management of the team, ensuring that the team is in the best possible condition to compete. He has also been instrumental in developing the team’s tactical approach, and in recruiting talented young players.
Amedee has also been involved in other aspects of the game, such as promoting the game in his home country of Cameroon, and in encouraging young people to take up the sport. He has also been involved in several charitable initiatives, including setting up football academies in Cameroon and providing financial support to those in need.
Amedee Pacome Nkoulou is a highly respected figure in the world of football, and his contributions to the game have been invaluable. He is a role model for many aspiring footballers, and a testament to the power of hard work and dedication.