|Intro||A Haitian international footballer|
Association football player
|Birth||26 December 1987, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria|
Emmanuel Sarki (born 26 December 1987 in Kaduna) is a Haitian international footballer as winger.
Sarki began his career at Grays International FC, before moving to Lyn Oslo in 2004. Subsequently, he went on trial to Chelsea and trained there for a few months. In early 2006, he became a Chelsea player, but quickly was loaned out to KVC Westerlo.
After his contract expired with Waasland-Beveren, he trialled with Wisła Kraków and subsequently signed a two-year deal with them with an option for a third year. He made his debut against Polonia Warsaw as a substitute in the 56th minute. He joined AEL Limassol after his contract with Wisła Kraków ran out following a knee injury which ruled him out in the 2015-16 season.
Sarki was member of the Nigeria national under-17 football team at 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland and 2003 African Under-17 Championship. In 2007, he played for the Nigeria national under-20 football team at African U-20 Championship, where he scored two goals for the eventual runners up.
In August 2014, Sarki was called up to the Haiti national team, qualifying because his maternal grandfather was born there. At the time of this call-up, Sarki was quoted as saying that he had twice been invited to pay some money to be involved with the Nigeria national team but had declined to pay.
Sarki was involved in Haiti’s third place finish in the 2014 Caribbean Cup, making his debut against Antigua and Barbuda and assisted Kervens Belfort in a 3-0 win over Martinique.