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Raja Al-Sharif

Sector : Sports, Athletes

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Jordan
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1984
  • Age: 40
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Raja Al-Sharif, a Palestinian footballer, was born on September 27, 1984, in Kuwait to a Moroccan mother. He has represented several clubs throughout his career, including Al-Qadisiyah of Kuwait, Al-Ahly of Jordan, and Al-Karmel of Jordan. Operating in the midfield position, he stands at a height of 191 cm and weighs 75 kg. Al-Sharif is not only dedicated to his football career but is also pursuing a university degree with a specialization in financial and banking management.

Al-Sharif has achieved notable success during his career. He secured multiple championships with Al-Qadisiyah of Kuwait at various age levels. Additionally, he played a significant role in Al-Ahly Club's promotion to the Jordanian Premier League in 2006, just a year after they were relegated. Al-Sharif also achieved second place with Al-Karmel in the Independence Championship and helped secure their promotion to the Jordanian Premier League in 2008. In 2010, he contributed to Shabab Al-Hussein's third-place finish in the Jordanian First Division League.

Known for his decisive passes and powerful shots, Al-Sharif made history by becoming the youngest Palestinian football player selected for the Palestinian national team in 2000, at the age of only 16. His talent and contributions have left an indelible mark on Palestinian football.



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