Date of birth
February 4, 1968
Place of birth
1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Al Sailiya ( head coach)
Sfax Railways Sports 187
Al Rayyan 22
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Sami Trabelsi ( Arabic: سامي طرابلسي) (born 4 February 1968) is a former Tunisian football player and the head coach of Al Sailiya in the Qatar Stars League.
He played for a few clubs, most notably
He has 52 caps for the
Tunisia national football team and was a participant at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. [1 ] After retirement as a player, he became an assistant coach for the [2 ] Tunisia and coached national side for one match against France as a caretaker coach.
On March 11, 2011, Trabelsi was officially appointed as the manager of the
Tunisian National Team. But following the failure of the national team to get past the first round at the African Nations Cup 2013, Tunisia accepted Trabelsi's resignation, [3 ] and he was replaced by the Tunisian coach [4 ] Nabil Maâloul.
On June 8, 2013, Trabelsi was named head coach of the Qatari side
Al Sailiya. [5 ]
Playing career [ edit ]
Sami marked his debut in the club
Sfax Railways Sports before joining CS Sfaxien. In 1998 FIFA World Cup, Sami became the leader of the Tunisian national team and he formed an undefeated defense line with Khaled Badra.
Managerial statistics [ edit ]
As of 12 February 2015
Tunisia 11 March 2011
8 February 2013
Al Sailiya 8 June 2013
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