Catilina Aubameyang Biography
(Gabonese Former Professional Footballer Who Played as a Left-Winger)
Birthday: September 1, 1983 (Virgo)
Born In: Libreville, Gabon
Catilina Aubameyang is a well-known Gabonese footballer who has played for his national team and now plays for both national and international clubs. His father and two brothers have also represented their country in football. Catilina has played in the ‘UEFA European League’ and in the ‘UEFA Champions League,’ as a midfielder. He also made his debut in a ‘Serie A’ match against ‘Piacenza Calcio.’ His father groomed him for professional football and got him inducted him into ‘AC Milan.’ During his initial career with ‘AC Milan,’ he was loaned to the Italian football clubs ‘Triestina,’ ‘Rimini,’ and ‘Ancona.’ He also played 20 matches for the Swiss clubs ‘Lugano’ and ‘Chiasso.’ He then returned to Gabon and made 33 appearances for ‘105 Libreville,’ after which he relocated to France and played for ‘Paris FC,’ ‘Ajaccio,’ ‘Gazélec Ajaccio’ and is presently associated with ‘Sapins.’ He played for the French ‘Under-19’ team and the team ended at the second place in the preliminary round of the group stage. However, he failed to make it to the senior-level national team of France. Catilina has made nine appearances for the Gabonese national team, in which he has scored once and earned four caps. Some say that he has been overshadowed by his father and by his younger half-brother, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. However, Catilina has no regrets about his career.