Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 40. Chapters: Abdoul-Aziz Nikiema, Abdoulaye Cissé, Abdoulaye Soulama, Abdoulaye Traoré (Burkinabé footballer), Abdramane Ouattara, Abdul Diallo, Adama Guira, Adama Sawadogo, Alain Traoré, Alassane Ouédraogo, Ali Ouédraogo, Amadou Coulibaly, Amadou Séré, Amadou Touré, Aristide Bancé, Bakary Koné, Bèbè Kambou, Ben Idrissa Dermé, Bertrand Traoré, Boubacar Kébé, Boureima Galman, Boureima Maïga, Boureima Ouattara, Brahima Korbeogo, Charles Kaboré, Daouda Compaoré, Daouda Diakité, Djakaridja Koné, Djibril Compaoré, Florent Rouamba, Germain Sanou, Habib Bamogo, Hamado Ouedraogo, Harouna Bamogo, Henoc Conombo, Hermann Ouédraogo, Hervé Oussalé, Herve Xavier Zengue, Ibrahim Gnanou, Ismaël Koudou, Issa Nikiema, Issouf Campaoré, Issouf Ouattara, Issouf Sanou, Issoumaila Lingane, Jean-Michel Liade Gnonka, Jeannot Bouyain, Jonathan Pitroipa, Kassoum Ouédraogo, Lamine Traoré, Madou Dossama, Mahamoudou Kéré, Mamadou Tall, Mamadou Zongo, Mohamed Kaboré, Mohamed Koffi, Moïse Bambara, Moumouni Dagano, Moussa Ouattara, Narcisse Yaméogo, Nii Plange, Ocansey Mandela, Oumar Barro, Ousmane Traoré, Ousseni Zongo, Patrick Zoundi, Rahim Ouédraogo, Romeo Kambou, Saïdou Panandétiguiri, Salif Dianda, Seydou Traoré, Sotigui Kouyaté, Soumaila Tassembedo, Stéphane Agbre Dasse, Tanguy Barro, Toussaint Natama, Venceslas Kouassi, Vincent Ye, Wilfried Benjamin Balima, Wilfried Sanou, Yahia Kébé, Yssouf Koné. Excerpt: Beninwende Yann Jonathan Pitroipa (born 12 April 1986 in Ouagadougou) is a Burkinabé footballer. He plays as a winger for French club Stade Rennais, whom he joined from Hamburger SV. Known by his incredible speed and by pulling withering counterattacks. Pitroipa played for Planete Champion in his native Burkina Faso until 2004 when he moved to Germany. In 2004, he signed with Bundesliga side SC Freiburg. He scored his first goal for Freiburg in a 3-3 draw with Greuther Fürth on 22 September 2006. He went on to make 75 league appearances, Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga, and scored 16 goals. In July 2008, he moved to Hamburger SV on a free transfer. In his last season in the Bundesliga with Hamburg, Pitroipa appeared in 26 games adding two goals and six assists. After the dismissal of head coach Armin Veh in March 2011, Pitroipa voiced his unhappiness with the coaching situation. Under new manager Michael Oenning, Pitroipa was relegated to a bit part role for the club and expressed his desire to leave Hamburg in search of regular football. Hamburg's new director of football Frank Arnesen, formerly of Chelsea, did not help matters either, bringing in many young players in an effort to freshen up the squad and start a new era. Pitroipa's last game for the club came on the final day of the 2010-11 Bundesliga season, coming on as a 38' minute substitute for José Paolo Guerrero in their 1-1 draw with Borussia Mönchengladbach. Pitroipa made a total of 97 appearances for Hamburg, scoring 6 goals and adding 10 assists. Pitroipa's exit from the club was part of a mass exodus of star names, as Frank Rost, Ze Roberto, Joris Mathijsen, Piotr Trochowski and Ruud van Nistelrooy were also shown the door. On 7 July 2011, he completed his transfer to Stade Rennais for £3.16million, well under the €5 million desired by Hamburg. Rennes were keen on securing the signature of the Burkina Faso international for a long time, impressed by "his pace and dribbling skills." In his first official a
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