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Raïs M'Bohli


Professional Football Player

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Created: 24th May 2010
Modified: 24th May 2010
Professional Information
Algeria National Team and Slavia Sofia

Biographical Information
Raïs M'Bohli
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Apr/25/1986
Gender: male
Place of Origin: France

Raïs M'Bohli Ouhab is an Algerian football player of Algerian and Congolese descent who plays as a goalkeeper for Bulgarian side Slavia Sofia.

M'Bolhi was born in Paris, France to a Congolese father and Algerian mother. However, his parents divorced at an early age and he grew up with his mother, who is originally from Maghnia, Algeria Muslim entirely.

M'Bolhi started his career with Olympique de Marseille, though he never made a league appearance before his release in January 2006.

After his release from Marseille, M'Bolhi was promptly recruited by Heart of Midlothian, one of 11 signings in the January transfer window.[2] However, along with fellow new buys with Luděk Stracený and Martin Petras, he was not retained for the 2006-07 season and left the club without having made a first team appearance.

Prior to the 2006-07 season M'Bolhi signed with Greek club Ethnikos Piraeus, then competing in Beta Ethniki. M'Bolhi made 5 appearances for Ethnikos before leaving in the winter transfer period for Greek club Panetolikos, then competing in Gamma Ethniki.

In 2008 M'Bolhi played 22 matches for F.C. Ryūkyū in Japan Football League.

In May 2009, Bulgarian Slavia Sofia signed M'Bolhi to a two-year deal. He made his competitive debut for Slavia on 14 June 2009 against Lokomotiv Sofia. In January 2010, M'Bohli was named the 2009 Best Goalkeeper of A PFG. The fans organization of Slavia Sofia named him the best player of the 2009-2010 season.

On 06 May 2010 M'Bohli will be joining on a two-day trial to English Premier League champions Manchester United F.C.

In between 2001 and 2003, M'Bohli was capped by France 7 times at the Under-16 and Under-17 level.[4] Subsequently, he was called up by the Algerian Under-23 National Team but was not released by his club Olympique de Marseille.[1] On May 4, 2010 Rabah Saadane announced the list of 25 players who will intern in Crans Montana in Switzerland from 13 to 27 Next May, M'Bohli was on the list.

Source: Wikipedia

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