Abdel Fahmi

Abdelilah Fahmi

Abdelilah Fahmi est un footballeur marocain né le 3 août 1973 à Casablanca (Maroc). ce défenseur central évolue actuellement au Raja Casablanca.

Carrière

Saison Club Pays Championnat Europe
Division Matchs Buts Cartons Coupe Matchs Buts
Carton jaune Carton rouge
1991 - 1999 Raja de Casablanca Maroc Maroc GNF 1 - - ? ? / - -
1999 - 2000 Lille OSC France France Ligue 2 30 1 ? ? / - -
2000 - 2001 Lille OSC France France Ligue 1 22 0 ? ? / - -
2001 - 2002 Lille OSC France France Ligue 1 18 2 ? ? C1+C3 8+3 0+0
2002 - 2003 Lille OSC France France Ligue 1 19 0 ? ? IT 6 1
2003 - 2004 RC Strasbourg France France Ligue 1 17 2 ? ? / - -
2004 - 2005 RC Strasbourg France France Ligue 1 9 0 ? ? / - -
2005 - 2006 Gaziantepspor Turquie Turquie Turkcell Süper Lig 26 1 ? ? / - -
2005 - 2006 Al Khor Qatar Qatar Championnat ? ? ? ? / - -
2005 - 2006 Al Arabi Doha Qatar Qatar Championnat ? ? ? ? / - -
2006 - 2007 Al Arabi Doha Qatar Qatar Championnat ? ? ? ? / - -
2006 - 2007 Raja de Casablanca Maroc Maroc GNF 1 ? ? ? ? / - -

Il ne reste qu'un mois (d'avril à mai 2006) à Al Khor
Signe le 3 janvier 2007 au raja

Palmarès


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