Former Celtic favourite Bobo Balde has made his first steps into football management. Yesterday (Thursday, September 19) The Guinean Football Federation announced the appointment of 43-year-old Balde to take over as boss of the U-20 national side. The French-born Guinean represented his country 52 times in the course of career, with stints at club level with the likes of Mulhouse, AS Cannes, Toulouse and Valenciennes in France. Read More
  But it was with the Hoops that Balde had his most successful time as a footballer.

Bobo Balde in action for Celtic
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The defender made a total of 232 appearances with Celtic between 2001 and 2009, winning five League Titles, three Scottish Cups and two League Cups, and was part of the side who reached the 2003 UEFA Cup Final. All the best to the big man.



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