Karim Zaza

Karim Zaza

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Karim Zaza () (born 9 January 1975) is a Danish-Moroccan professional footballer, who currently plays for the Danish 1st Division side FC Hjørring. Born in Denmark to Moroccan parents, he established himself as one of the top goalkeepers of Danish football with three consecutive Danish Goalkeeper of the Year awards from 2001 to 2003. He won the Danish Cup twice with FC København and the Double of both Danish Cup and Superliga championship with Brøndby IF in 2005. He has played five games for the Morocco national football team.


Zaza started his youth career as a striker, but due to his hot temper, he was moved back to goalkeeper to stay out of trouble. He first played at Brøndby IF, but never got a match for the club, and moved on to main rivals FC København in 1995. Here he was known as a somewhat errant goalkeeper, despite showing good reflexes and technique, and he spent lacklustre time on loan at Fremad Amager (one match) and Silkeborg IF (no matches).

In 2000 he made a permanent move to provincial club Odense BK. Here he immediately made an impact, and got his big breakthrough, winning the Danish Goalkeeper of the Year award in both 2001 and 2002. Former club Brøndby then decided to move in after him. In January 2003, Zaza signed a two-year contract with Brøndby, effective after the end of the 2002–03 Superliga season. He moved back to Brøndby on a free transfer in July 2003, looking to star in the newly built team of coach Michael Laudrup. Zaza...
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