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Africa Cup 2022 - National Football Team - Mali - Squad

 
Mali went unbeaten in 2022 World Cup qualifying to reach Africa's play-offs for the tournament in Qatar.
 
Appearance: 12th
Best finish: Runners-up (1972)
Coach: Mohamed Magassouba
Captain: Hamari Traore
Fifa ranking: 53
Nickname: The Eagles
 
 
MALI
• Squad
 
 
Goalkeepers
 
Djigui Diarra 
(Young Africans, Tanzania) 
 
Ismael Diawara 
(Malmo, Sweden)
 
Ibrahima Mounkoro 
(TP Mazembe, DR Congo)
 
 
Defenders
 
Senou Coulibaly 
(Dijon, France)
 
Mamadou Fofana 
(Amiens, France)
 
Massadio Haidara 
(Racing Lens, France)
 
Boubacar Kiki Kouyate 
(Metz, France)
 
Falaye Sacko 
(Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal) 
 
Issiaka Samake 
(Horoya, Guinea)
 
Moussa Sissako 
(Standard Liege, Belgium) 
 
Charles Traore 
(Nantes, France)
 
Hamari Traore 
(Stade Rennes, France)
 
 
Midfielders 
 
Yves Bissouma 
(Brighton and Hove Albion, England) 
 
Mohamed Camara 
(RB Salzburg, Austria) 
 
Lassana Coulibaly 
(Salernitana, Italy) 
 
Aliou Dieng 
(Al Ahly, Egypt) 
 
Amadou Haidara 
(RB Leipzig, Germany) 
 
Romenigue Kouame 
(Troyes, France)
 
Diadie Samassekou 
(Hoffenheim, Germany) 
 
Adama 'Noss' Traore 
(Hatayspor, Turkey) 
 
Hamidou Traore 
(Giresunspor, Turkey)
 
 
Forwards 
 
Kalifa Coulibaly 
(Nantes, France) 
 
Moussa Doumbia 
(Stade Reims, France) 
 
Moussa Djenepo 
(Southampton, France)
 
Ibrahima Kone 
(Sarpsborg, Norway) 
 
Lassine Sinayoko 
(AJ Auxerre, France)
 
Adama "Malouda" Traore 
(Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova)
 
El Bilal Toure 
(Stade Reims, France)
 
 
 
 
10 Jan 2022
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