Abdelmajid Chetali

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Abdelmajid Al-Chetali (Arabic: عبد المجيد الشتالي; born 4 July 1939) is a Tunisian football coach and former player who played 70 games with the national team and scored four goals. He also participated in the 1960 Summer Olympics. He is considered one of the characters who shaped and prolonged the legend of the Étoile Sportive du Sahel (nicknamed Majda). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Abdelmajid Chetali has received more than 38,484 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Abdelmajid Chetali is the 2,024th most popular soccer player (down from 1,970th in 2019), the 83rd most popular biography from Tunisia (down from 72nd in 2019) and the 2nd most popular Tunisian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Abdelmajid Chetali ranks 2,024 out of 21,273Before him are Henry Carlsson, Ulrich Biesinger, Paulo Autuori, Miho Kaneda, Thomas Vermaelen, and Nemanja Matić. After him are Juan Carlos Sarnari, Knut Kroon, René Petit, Yoshio Kikugawa, Leandro Remondini, and Albert Brülls.

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Among people born in 1939, Abdelmajid Chetali ranks 314Before him are Renate Boy, János Göröcs, Robert Herbin, Vaçe Zela, David Frost, and Rustam Ibragimbekov. After him are Lidiya Skoblikova, Jean-Pierre Chevènement, Livio Berruti, Marie-Claire Blais, Carlos Alberto Silva, and Jacek Gmoch.

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In Tunisia

Among people born in Tunisia, Abdelmajid Chetali ranks 83 out of 210Before him are Hédi Baccouche (1930), Hamadi Jebali (1949), Pierre Lévy (1956), Mohammed Mzali (1925), Tewhida Ben Sheikh (1909), and Hamed Karoui (1927). After him are Carlos Marcello (1910), Paul G. Comba (1926), Faouzi Benzarti (1950), Jean Vuarnet (1933), Ibrahim II of Ifriqiya (850), and Taos Amrouche (1913).


Among soccer players born in Tunisia, Abdelmajid Chetali ranks 2Before him are Sadok Sassi (1945). After him are Mohamed Akid (1949), Tarak Dhiab (1954), Mokhtar Hasni (1952), Ziad Tlemçani (1963), Hatem Trabelsi (1977), Nabil Maâloul (1962), Témime Lahzami (1949), Ali Boumnijel (1966), Mohamed Ben Rehaiem (1951), and Néjib Ghommidh (1953).