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Abdelilah Saber (Arabic: عبد الإله صابر‎; born 21 April 1974) is a Moroccan retired footballer who played as a right back.

Contents

1 Club career 2 International career

2.1 International goals

3 References 4 External links

Club career[edit] Born in Casablanca, Saber played his first professional years with local Wydad Athletic Club. In January 1997, he began playing in Europe, signing with Sporting Clube de Portugal. With the Lisbon
Lisbon
side, Saber struggled initially, but eventually became first-choice. In January 2000, however, he lost his place to newly arrived César Prates, as the Lions eventually won the national championship, the first in 18 years - he still contributed to the feat with 18 matches. Saber would play the next four years in Italy, initially being loaned to S.S.C. Napoli, moving to that club alongside Sporting teammates Facundo Quiroga and Luís Vidigal. The move was made permanent at the end of the season, as Napoli relegated from the Serie A, and the player played the remainder of his career in the country in the Serie B - two more years at Naples
Naples
and one with Torino FC - retiring at only 30. International career[edit] Saber gained 39 caps for Morocco, the first arriving in 1997. In the following year's FIFA
FIFA
World Cup, he started in all three group stage matches as the national team exited with one win, one loss and one draw.[1] International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Morocco's goal tally first.[2]

No Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition

1. 12 February 2003 Stade Sébastien Charléty, Paris, France  Senegal 1–0 1–0 Friendly

References[edit]

^ Abdelilah Saber FIFA
FIFA
competition record ^ "Saber, Abdelilah". National Football Teams. Retrieved 21 April 2017. 

External links[edit]

Abdelilah Saber at TheFinalBall.com Abdelilah Saber at ForaDeJogo Stats at Tutto Calciatori (in Italian) Abdelilah Saber at National-Football-Teams.com

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Morocco
Morocco
squad – 1998 African Cup of Nations

1 El Brazi 2 Saber 3 El Hadrioui 4 Rossi 5 Triki 6 Naybet 7 Hadji 8 Chiba 9 Fertout 10 Ouakili 11 El-Khattabi 12 Benzekri 13 Bahja 14 Bassir 15 Abrami 16 Azzouzi 17 Jrindou 18 Chippo 19 Hadda 20 Khalif 21 El Khalej 22 El-Asmar Coach: Michel

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Morocco
Morocco
squad – 1998 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 El Brazi 2 Saber 3 El Hadrioui 4 Rossi 5 Triki 6 Naybet (c) 7 Hadji 8 Chiba 9 Hadda 10 Ouakili 11 El Khattabi 12 Benzekri 13 Neqrouz 14 Bassir 15 Abrami 16 Azzouzi 17 Amzine 18 Chippo 19 Sellami 20 El Khalej 21 Rokki 22 Chadili Coach: Michel

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Morocco
Morocco
squad – 2000 African Cup of Nations

1 Fouhami 2 Saber 3 El Hadrioui 4 Fahmi 5 Neqrouz 6 Naybet 7 Hadji 8 Chiba 9 Hadda 10 Ramzi 11 Kachloul 12 Gassi 13 Bahja 14 Bassir 15 Abrami 16 Meriana 17 El Badraoui 18 Chippo 19 Sellami 20 El Khalej 21 Benmahmoud 22 Chadili Coach:

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