Fahad Al-Bishi

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Fahad Al-Bishi
Personal information
Full name Fahad Al-Harifi Al-Bishi
Date of birth (1965-09-10) 10 September 1965 (age 49)
Place of birth Bisha, saudi arabia
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 8 12 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
-1982 Al-Nak'el
1982-1984 Al-Nassr
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1984-2000 Al-Nassr 250 (74)
National team
1986-1994 Saudi Arabia 65[1] (24)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Fahad Al-Harifi Al-Bishi (Arabic: فهد الهريفي البيشي‎) (better known as Fahd Al-Herafy) was born September 10, 1965 in Bisha. He is one of the most famous football players in Saudi Arabia. He retired after the World Club championship.

Al-Bishi played for the Saudi Arabia national football team at the 1994 FIFA World Cup.[2]

Club career[edit]

Early career[edit]

when he was young kid, Fahad played from Al-Nak'el Club, he moved to Al-Nassr was a small player in the Age 16 years old. Paulo César Carpegiani the coach gave him to chance to play in 1984 to prove his presence with the team.

Al-Nassr[edit]

First official goal scored by a player the team had before the agreement the Saudi city of Dammam, where he scored one of the goals of four Saudi victory in a match which ended outcome 4/1 on August 29, 1984.

Seal his career track to proceed with his victory in the World Cup participation for the first clubs and scored his first goal Saudi Arab Asian against Real Madrid in the famous goalkeeper Iker Casillas from the penalty spot is the first in the history of the tournament after it announced final retirement in 2000.

Register for a team victory (74) goal is relatively low due to his participation with the team victory for three years, where he made the Union Saudi request to retire from football after a dispute with management victory. And have been approved for retirement and when he decided to return to his team rejected the Saudi and especially a member of the Saudi Federation (Saleh bin Nasser), but after three years of retirement speech. Although this article applies to the player who wants to return for another team is his team. As his team return to it whenever he wants. No longer to post victory, but after three years.

International career[edit]

Such as the Saudi team for youth in 1985 and participated in the AFC Youth Championship, which was held in the UAE participated in the World Youth Cup in Moscow In 1986 joined the team first and announced his retirement from international partnerships in 1994 after participating actively in the World Cup in America.

He participated in many local tournaments and international and achieved with club and country many tournaments and achievements have won with the team championship 1988 AFC Asian Cup in Qatar and was the owner of the winning goal against team China as well as the owner penalty-kick shootout last in the final match against South Korean which the trophy Continental to Saudi Arabia for the second time in a row, the solution with the team in the Asian after the Japanese team in the 1992 AFC Asian Cup in Japan, which won the Golden Boot-winning scorer in Asia that tournament, also achieved Runner-up with the team. in the FIFA Confederations Cup First in 1992 After lost to Argentina in final, but his first goal in the history of the tournament in the Confederations against United States, solving with the team and in the summer at the Asian Games in 1987 in Korea after Korean team, and participated in the 1994 FIFA World Cup in America and lost in 16 round.

The record for the national team (24) official goals.

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

National-Team[edit]

Individual[edit]

  • Asian Cup Top scorer in 1992: 3 goals
  • The 2nd the best Asian player 1993
  • The Best Arab countries player in 1988
  • The 1st Arabian player who got Adidas Golden Boot
  • The 1st player to score in the 1992 King Fahd Cup, Saudi Arabia 3-0 USA
  • The 1st Asian and Arabian player to score in the FIFA Club World Cup in 1999 (( The match with Real Madrid ))
  • Second Top scorer in FIFA Club World Cup 2000

Nicknames[edit]

  • The Awesome Gentleman
  • The Musician (الموسيقار)

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