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Pierre Achille Webó Kouamo
Pierre Achille Webó Kouamo

Cameroon

Professional football player


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Created: 18th May 2010
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Soccer
Employer:
Fédération Camerounaise de Football
Position:
Striker
Working primarily in:
Cameroon

Biographical Information
Pierre Achille Webó Kouamo
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Jan/20/1982
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Cameroon

Pierre Achille Webó Kouamo known as Webó, is a Cameroonian footballer currently playing for RCD Mallorca, as a striker.

Born in Bafoussam, West Region, Webó started his European career in January 2003 with Madrid outfit CD Leganés (second division), after having spent three years in Uruguay.

He then moved the following season to CA Osasuna, for whom he scored six goals in his third season, being instrumental in the Navarrese side's fourth league place and UEFA Champions League qualification, although they would ultimately be ousted by Hamburger SV prior to the group stage.

Webó's pre-season for 2006–07 was hampered after he was forced to undergo treatment for malaria, but he went on to produce similar numbers in the league, adding two goals in nine contests in the club's UEFA Cup semifinal run, including the game's only in a home tie against Glasgow Rangers.

In 2007, Webó moved to RCD Mallorca, spending most of his first season on the sidelines, injured. He did manage five league goals.

An international since 2003, Webó's first highlight playing for Cameroon was a hat-trick in his country's 3–2 win in Ivory Coast in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, but his team would not travel to Germany, precisely at the hands of the latter.

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