Was Samuel Etoo underrated during his time? See the record he holds that no one else has
By makeshnews | self meida writer
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Samuel Etoo is a Cameroonian retired professional footballer who played as a striker. He dominated the European football during his time as he played in one of the best teams in the world Barcelona.
Etoo who won a treble with Barcelona then lead by Spanish tactician Pep Guadiola before falling out of favour with his boss, leading to his departure joining Italian side Inter Milan.
Which he then won a treble the very year he signed with Inter Milan.
Samuel Etoo who is one of the best players to ever come from the African continent never got the recognition he deserved as a footballer.
Etoo won the African men's player trophy on multiple occasions dominated the English football when he joined London giants Chelsea will forever be remembered by sports lovers. Etoo to date is still the only player in history to win back to back treble with different teams.
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