Who is Youcef Belaili?

Who is Youcef Belaïli?

Mohamed Youcef Belaïli ( Arabic: محمد يوسف بلايلي ‎; born 14 March 1992) is an Algerian professional footballer who plays as a left winger for Qatar SC and the Algeria national team. Belaïli was born on 14 March 1992 in Oran.

What happened to Fisayo Belaili?

In September 2017, Belaïli signed with Angers SCO of Ligue 1. He left the club on 26 January 2018, where he signed for his former club Espérance de Tunis. In 2019, after winning the African Cup of Nations with Algeria, Belaili signed for Al-Ahli, a Saudi club in Jeddah.

When did Belaïli join Espérance de Tunis?

On 24 May 2012, Belaïli traveled to Tunisia to negotiate a move to Tunisian club Espérance de Tunis. Two days later, he announced that he had agreed to personal terms with the club and would be signing a three-year contract in the upcoming days. On 5 June, Belaïli officially joined Espérance, signing a three-year contract worth €2 million.

Why was Zinedine Belaïli banned from football?

In September 2015, it was announced that Belaïli was banned from sports for two years by the Confederation of African Football after testing positive for cocaine after a CAF Champions League match on 7 August 2015. However, in March 2016, FIFA confirmed they were giving an extended four-year ban to apply worldwide through 19 September 2019.