Jamal Alioui

1982 - Today

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Jamal Alioui (Arabic: جمال عليوي‎, born 2 June 1982) is a former professional footballer and current assistant coach of Morocco U20. He formerly played for Perugia Calcio, Calcio Catania, F.C. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jamal Alioui has received more than 17,033 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Jamal Alioui is the 10,865th most popular soccer player, the 4,935th most popular biography from France and the 570th most popular French Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Jamal Alioui ranks 10,865 out of 16,923. Before him are Carlos Martínez, Abdullah Jumaan Al-Dosari, Iñaki Lafuente, Didier Domi, Kendall Waston, and Billy Sharp. After him are Raphael Wolf, Bobo Baldé, Ats Purje, Mehdi Rahmati, Michael Thomas, and Emanuele Calaiò.

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Among people born in 1982, Jamal Alioui ranks 791Before him are Pak Chol-min, Diego Castro, Javi Guerra, Francesco Molinari, Ri Han-jae, and Julia Schruff. After him are Emanuele Calaiò, Mohammad Nosrati, Carlos Hernández, Jarkko Immonen, Armen Vardanyan, and Julie Coin.

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In France

Among people born in France, Jamal Alioui ranks 4,935 out of 5,234. Before him are Oulaya Amamra (1996), Vincent Koziello (1995), Marcel Tisserand (1993), Marie Sebag (1986), Thylane Blondeau (2001), and Didier Domi (1978). After him are Bobo Baldé (1975), Franck Boidin (1972), Simon Desthieux (1991), Jordan Ferri (1992), Zakarya Bergdich (1989), and Hugues Duboscq (1981).


Among soccer players born in France, Jamal Alioui ranks 570Before him are Habib Bamogo (1982), Dimitri Foulquier (1993), Emerse Faé (1984), Vincent Koziello (1995), Marcel Tisserand (1993), and Didier Domi (1978). After him are Bobo Baldé (1975), Jordan Ferri (1992), Zakarya Bergdich (1989), Neal Maupay (1996), Nicolas Gillet (1976), and Laurent Bonnart (1979).