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Mustapha Hadji (born 16 November 1971 in Ifrane Atlas-Saghir, Morocco) is a former Moroccan footballer.
Hadji began playing football in France. He signed his first contract with AS Nancywhere he spent his first season as a youth player before joining the senior squad in his second year with the club.
After playing five seasons for AS Nancy, Hadji joined Sporting and then Deportivo, but it was with Coventry City where he became well known, especially in Britain. After an impressive 1998 FIFA World Cup, where Hadji scoring a memorable goal against Norway, he became much sought after, especially after being named African Footballer of the Year in 1998. He was signed a year later by Gordon Strachan forCoventry.
Hadji was a goal-scoring attacking midfielder with great pace and skillful runs. At Coventry, he was joined by Moroccan international,Youssef Chippo, sparking a brief trend for City fans to wear fezzes to games in their honor. After Coventry were relegated in 2001, he joined local rivals Aston Villa, having scored against them three times in the previous season. But after only playing sporadically, scoring twice in the league against Southampton and Everton and once in the UEFA Cup against Varteks, he was released on a free transfer to Espanyol in Spain in 2004 where he remained until June 2004
Hadji has since played for Al Ain FC in United Arab Emirates where he remained for one year before returning to Europe with 1. FC Saarbrücken of Germany in 2005, where he signed a two year contract In August 2007, Hadji signed for CS Fola Esch, a team currently playing in the Luxembourg's first-tier BGL Ligue He ended his playing career in July 2010.
At the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Hadji played in all three group games for Morocco, two as substitute. In Morocco's third game against theNetherlands, Hadji setup the equalizer for Hassan Nader with his first touch after coming on as substitute. Despite this, Morocco lost all three games and were eliminated. He scored a brilliant goal in Morocco's 2–2 draw with Norway in the 1998 World Cup, Hadji was named African footballer of the year after a brilliant world cup in France.
He played in 13 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.
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