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Seydou Doumbia (born 31 December 1987) is a footballer who plays as a forward for English club Newcastle United on loan from Italian club Roma, and the Ivory Coast national team.

Club career

Early career
He started his career at the Inter FC youth academy and started playing at second division partner club AS Athlétic Adjamé in 2003. He joined second league team Toumodi FC on loan for the 2004/05 season and was on loan in 2005 at AS Denguélé where he became Côte d'Ivoire Premier Division top scorer with 15 goals. In 2006 he moved to Japan where he played for Kashiwa Reysol and then Tokushima Vortis. He left Asia on a free transfer and signed for BSC Young Boys in Europe, before failing a trial in Rapid Bucharest.

BSC Young Boys
In the Swiss Super League, he scored 20 goals in his maiden season and 30 in the 2009â€"10 season, making him twice top goalscorer in the Swiss Championship.
On 30 July 2009, Doumbia scored the only goal of the game as he slotted the ball past goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz to defeat Athletic Bilbao 1â€"0 in the first leg of their Europa League qualifying round tie at the San Mamés. Young Boys crashed out as they lost the second leg at home 2â€"1 on 6 August, thanks to goals from Fernando Llorente and Iker Muniain. In the club's run in to their appearance in the 2009 Swiss Cup Final Doumbia netted five goals, including a brace against FC Ibach and the only goal in their Round of 16 victory over FC Gossau.
Doumbia scored his first hat-trick for the club against Aarau on 4 October 2009, a 4â€"0 win, and netted another remarkable first-half hat-trick three weeks later in a 7â€"1 thrashing of Bellinzona on 29 October. On 13 February 2010, Doumbia proved vital in his club's 2â€"1 win against Lucerne as he netted two times in the first 17 minutes of the game. The Ivorian's final hat-trick in Swiss football came in a 4â€"0 thumping of Grasshopper on 20 March 2010.

CSKA Moscow

On 5 January 2010, Russian club CSKA Moscow completed the transfer of Doumbia on a five-year deal, for a reported fee of €15 million. Under the terms of the contract, he would stay at Young Boys until the end of the season before moving to Russia.
He made his debut in a 2â€"1 win over Spartak Moscow on 1 August 2010, thereby becoming the 200th CSKA player to appear in the Russian league.
On 19 August 2010, he scored his first goal for CSKA Moscow in the first leg of a Europa League playoff tie against Anorthosis Famagusta and added another goal seven minutes later. In the second leg, Doumbia leveled the score with 5 minutes to go and CSKA Moscow went on to win 2â€"1 (6â€"1 in aggregate). On 30 September, Doumbia scored goals either side of a Mark González penalty to earn his side a 3â€"0 victory over Sparta Prague to maintain the Russian's 100% record in Europa League Group F play. In the next matchday the Army Men travelled to the Stadio Renzo Barbera where Doumbia netted another brace in a 3â€"0 win over Palermo on 21 October.
His first goal of the new league campaign came on 17 April 2011, in their third Premier League fixture when he latched on to a Tomáš Necid cross and pushed it by Rubin goalkeeper Sergey Ryzhikov; the away win pushed the Army Men up into first place in the table. In their Moscow derby against Dinamo on 8 May, Doumbia seemingly won the game with a strike in the 81' until a defensive error let Marko Lomic equalize the game at 2â€"2 in the 90'. In the final of the Russian Cup on 22 May 2011, Doumbia netted two times as CSKA defeated second-tier side Alania Vladikavkaz 2â€"1.

In CSKA's match against Tom Tomsk on 20 August 2011, Doumbia scored a second-half brace as the capital club eased to a 3â€"0 victory. On 14 September, he scored twice Champions League at Ligue 1 champions Lille, helping his side secure a 2â€"2 draw after falling behind 2â€"0. The Ivorian striker added two more goals as CSKA defeated Turkish side Trabzonspor 3â€"0 on 18 October, to record the Russians first victory in Group B play. Five days later, Doumbia scored two goals to power CSKA to victory in their enthralling 5â€"3 game against side Anzhi Makhachkala. In their following league game against Spartak Nalchik on 28 October, Doumbia scored a seven-minute hat-trick to earn his side a 4â€"0 win after striker partner Vagner Love had put the hosts up 1â€"0 in the 34'. Doumbia opened the scoring against Internazionale on 7 December, guiding his side to a 2â€"1 away victory which secured a berth in the Round of 16 against Spanish club Real Madrid. On 29 December, Doumbia was voted the R
ussian Premier League Player of the Year after netting 24 goals in 30 league games during the calendar year as well as five Champions League goals in as many games.
On 19 March 2012, Doumbia scored a 63' goal against city rivals Spartak, earning his side a 2â€"1 victory. He scored his final goal of the league season from the penalty spot as CSKA defeated local rivals Lokomotiv 3â€"0 on 2 May. Doumbia won the Golden Boot as he netted 23 goals in the initial league campaign, seven more than closest rival Alexandr Kerzhakov, and added five more goals in the Championship Group as well as providing 11 assists throughout the season.
Doumbia scored two first-half goals, the first of which was within two minutes of kick-off, as CSKA won 2â€"1 at Manchester City in the Champions League group stage on 5 November 2014.

A.S. Roma
On 31 January 2015, Doumbia joined Italian club Roma on a four-and-a-half-year deal for an initial fee of €14.4 million, rising to a potential €15.9 million. Doumbia scored twice in his thirteen appearances, in back-to-back games against Sassuolo and Genoa.

Return to CSKA Moscow (loan)
On 10 August 2015, Doumbia returned to CSKA Moscow on a season-long loan deal, following an unsuccessful spell with Roma.

Loan to Newcastle United
On 1 February 2016, it was confirmed that Newcastle United had signed Doumbia on loan for the remainder of the 2015â€"16 season, with an option to make the deal permanent in the summer.

International career
Doumbia earned his first international cap for Côte d'Ivoire in a friendly against Japan during the Kirin Cup on 24 May 2008. He scored his first international goal in a friendly against Germany on 18 November 2009 in a 2â€"2 draw. He was selected for Côte d'Ivoire in the 2010 World Cup, but only made one appearance, as a 79' substitute for Romaric, in the 3â€"0 win against North Korea.
Seydou was selected for the Côte d'Ivoire national team for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
Doumbia announced his retirement from international competition after failing to make the Ivory Coast's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But Doumbia was later called back by new coach Hervé Renard for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers and he returned to the national team.
At the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations finals, Doumbia scored les Éléphants' first goal of the tournament during their opening 1â€"1 draw with Guinea. He became 2015 Africa Cup of Nations champion with the Ivory Coast national football team.

Career statistics

As of match played 8 December 2015


International goals


Russian Premier League (2): 2012â€"13, 2013â€"14
Russian Cup (2): 2010â€"11, 2012â€"13
Russian Super Cup (2): 2013, 2014

Ivory Coast
Africa Cup of Nations: 2015

Côte d'Ivoire Premier Division Top Scorer: 2005
Swiss Super League Player of the Year: 2008â€"09, 2009â€"10
Swiss Super League Top Scorer: 2008â€"09, 2009â€"10
Footballer of the Year in Russia (Futbol): 2011
Footballer of the Year in Russia (Sport-Express): 2011
Russian Premier League Top scorer: 2011â€"12, 2013â€"14

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