|Full name||Salim M'Hamed Arrache|
|Date of birth||July 14, 1982|
|Place of birth||Marseille, France|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Playing position||Left winger|
|2008||→ Toulouse (loan)||16||(0)|
|2008–2009||→ Reims (loan)||16||(2)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23 February 2014.
Born to parents from Bejaia (north-eastern Algeria), the young puller began in 1995 in the club of his neighborhood, the Batarelle, Northern Marseille1. Two years later he joined Vivaux-chestnut (always Marseille) before signing in 1999 Marignane then CFA2. Identified by the King Eric Cantona who sees him as his successor in the heart of OM supporters, he joined the training center of the Racing Club de Strasbourg where he made all his classes before playing for the first team for three seasons from 2003. A Strasbourg, puller plays 51 Ligue 1 matches (15 goals scored) and 4 of the UEFA Cup (1 goal scored). In 2005 he won the League Cup with SCR
Revealed during the 2003-2004 season, Salim earns its place in the Strasbourg group the following year. With dual nationality French-Algerian, he opted for the Algeria national team April 28, 2004 against China it makes its first appearance in the jersey of Algeria under the command of Robert Waseige. The 2005-2006 season is greatly disrupted by injury. After an early season proper, Tear injured in December 2005 before falling in early 2006. It replays at the end of the season, including returning into play when OM-Strasbourg at the Velodrome (2-2, 37th day).
Tear but unlucky as to hurt again during the summer. This time the injury is more serious: rupture of the cruciate ligaments. Out of contract with Strasbourg (which falls Ligue 2), Salim takes the decision not to extend the Racing pending his recovery. Six months later he signed for Olympique de Marseille He plays a few bits of games late in the season in the Olympique de Marseille eventually 2nd.
During the winter transfer window, Salim Tear joined Toulouse FC starting the season at Olympique de Marseille Transfer for a period of six months, as a loan is officially December 28, 2007 without option to overcome the lack of Fode Mansaré during the CAN 2008. He then lent one year at the Stade de Reims Luis Fernandez gives him a chance when he arrived in mid-season and allow him to regain its full potential.
During the summer transfer window of 2013, he tested for AC Ajaccio. The test proves successful and he signed a one-year contract with the Corsican club. He scored his first goal with the ACA against Lyon at the 7th day of Ligue 1.
In February 2014, he went to China after signing for the Chengdu Blades