Ibrahim Yattara

Ibrahima Yattara ( born June 3, 1980 in Kamsar, Guinea ) is a Guinean football player who was last the Turkish first division club Mersin İdman Yurdu under contract.


Ibrahima Yattara started his football career at San Garedi in Guinea. Prior to FC Antwerp, he moved to Belgium in 2001, he was active in his native country at Atletico Coleah. In Antwerp he played as a right winger, but could not convince. Özkan Sümer, the then president of Trabzonspor, Ibrahima Yattara took in 2003 to Turkey. His contract there was dated to 2012. The end of September 2008 it was announced that Yattara transferred for a transfer fee of about 11.8 million euros to Qatari champions Al -Sadd. However, since Al -Sadd not transferred the transfer fee, the change did not take place. In the summer of 2011, he wechselter free transfer to Al -Shabab to Saudi Arabia.

In his new club he did not find the hoped- environment and tried already the winter break back to Trabzonspor. This request, he also voiced end of the season. After Trabzonspor refused Yattara has been associated with Bursaspor. This change impact the coach Ertuğrul Sağlam rejection. Nevertheless Yattara was invited to a medical check. Then the move to Bursaspor was announced by the press. This change failed, so Yattara one day after this check signed a one-year contract with first division club Mersin İdman Yurdu.


Ibrahim Yattara 's national team of Guinea and participated in the Africa Cup 2006 in Egypt in part, in the Guinea reached the quarterfinals.

On 4 April 2008 it was announced that Yattara has applied for Turkish nationality. Here too he has chosen the name of İbrahim Yattara Üçüncü.

Private life

Yattara is married and has three children.