Abdou Kader Mangane is a footballer from Senegal. He was born in Dakar in 1983 and began his playing career in a Senegalese football team US Rail, where he played in 2000/01 and then he joined the Swiss team Neuchâtel Xamax. The following six seasons he spent with Neuchâtel Xamax and in 2007 he had a short stay at BSC Young Boys, where he made 7 appearances and then moved to France signing for Lens, but at the end of the season the team relegated from Ligue 1 and in August 2008 Mangane moved to Rennes. He played for Rennes until 2012 when he switched to Saudi team Al-Hilal. In the winter transfer window 2013 Mangane was loaned to Sunderland, playing in the English Premier League. Half a year later the Senegalese went for a loan spell with a Turkish side Kayseri Erciyesspor.
Since 2003 Kader Mangane has been a part of the Senegal national team. His debut there was in 2003 and then he had an interval, up to the year of 2008. He was called up to play in the qualifiers for the World Cup in 2010 and African Cup of Nations in 2012, though the team didn’t qualify.
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