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Thierry Tazemeta
Personalia
Name Thierry Fidjeu-Tazemeta
Birthday 13. October 1982
Birthplace Douala, Cameroon
Size 179 cm
Position Attack
Juniors
Years Station
1994–1997 KSA Douala
Men
Years Station Games (goals)1
1998 Permissi
1998–2002 Camrail De Douala FC
2001–2002 PMUC Douala
2002–2004 Union Douala
2004–2005 FC Tiger Xewkija 23 (32)
2005–2006 SV Horn 23 (20)
2006 SC Schwanenstadt 17 (12)
2007 FC Superfund Pasching 12 0(5)
2007 SK Austria Carinthia 17 0(1)
2008 Expreso Rojo 0 0(0)
2008–2009 Maccabi Netanya 25 0(5)
2009–2010 Diyarbakirspor 20 0(6)
2010–2011 Konyaspor 18 0(0)
2012 SK Austria Klagenfurt 8 0(0)
2013–2014 SV Horn 29 0(5)
2014 Port FC 8 0(0)
2015 Saint-Colomban Locminé 3 0(0)
2015 FC Valletta 0 0(0)
2015 FC Tiger Xewkija 0 0(0)
2016–2018 USV Hartberg Surroundings
2018–2019 SV Anger
2019– USV Hofkirchen
National team
Years Selection Games (goals)
2001–2002 Cameroon U-20 2 0(0)
2009 Cameroon B-Team 2 0(0)
2011–2014 Equatorial Guinea 16 0(2)
1 Only league matches are shown.
Status: April 26, 2020

Thierry Fidjeu-Tazemeta (born 13 October 1982 in Douala, Cameroon) is a Cameroonian Equatorial Guinea footballer.

Career

Thierry Fidjeu-Tazemeta started playing football on the streets and attended the prestigious Kadji Sports Academy football school in Cameroon from the age of 12. He celebrated his first school championship in the kit of Permissi Football School. His first career highlight came in a friendly match for Permissi against Anodous when he out dribbled three players and scored a goal. Shortly afterwards he moved to Camrail de Douala in the 2nd Division. He didn’t quite get on well there and six months later moved to Pari Mutuel Urbain Camerounais Sporting Club de Douala (PMUC).[1]

In 2003, he completed a trial with VfB Stuttgart but moved to Malta to join FC Tiger Xewkija for the 2004-05 season. After he became top scorer with 32 goals in the 2004/05 season, he came to the attention of SK Sturm Graz. He had a tryout and was supposed to be signed, but failed because of the regulations for foreigners. Through the mediation of Rupert Marko, Thierry Fidjeu Tazemeta was signed by the Lower Austrian regional league club SV Horn shortly before the transfer deadline in 2005.[2]

The following season, SC Schwanenstadt brought him in and he scored 12 goals in the first half of the season. In the winter he moved to Pasching to FC Superfund, where he initially only acted as a reserve. Towards the end of the season he could convince with several goals.

In the 2007-08 season, he also moved with FC Superfund to Klagenfurt to join the newly formed club SK Austria Kärnten there. After Austria Kärnten struggled financially in the 2007-08 season, Tazemata opted for a move to Colombia to join Expreso Rojo.[3]

From 2008 to 2009, he played in Israel for Maccabi Netanja.[4] In the 2009/2010 season he played for Turkish first division club Diyarbakirspor, and in the summer of 2010 he moved intra-league to Konyaspor. After two years in Turkey, he returned to Austria in July 2012 and signed with SK Austria Klagenfurt.[5] In January 2013 he moved back to SV Horn.[6]

National team

Tazemeta made two appearances for the Cameroon U-20 and B teams. Since 2011, Fidjeu has played for the Equatorial Guinea national football team.[3]

Web links

Homepage of Tazemeta

Individual references

  1. Thierry Mensch – Official website of Thierry Fidjeu Tazemeta@1@2Template:Dead link/www.thierryfidjeutazemeta.com(page no longer available, search web archives ) Info: Thelink was automatically marked as broken. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
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  3. a b Thierry Tazemeta in the database of National-Football-Teams.com (English)
  4. Thierry Tazemeta in the database of the Israel Football Association (English)
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  6. SV Horn strengthens with Stanislaw and Fidjeu-Tazemata(Memento of the Originals may 21, 2016 on the Internet Archive) Info:The archive linkwas automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check original and archive link according to instructions and then remove this note.@1@2Template:Webachiv/IABot/www.weltfussball.de