Nadir Belhadj

Nadir Belhadj

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Nadir Belhadj (, born 18 June 1982 in Saint-Claude, France) is an Algerian professional football player who currently plays as a left wingback or as a left winger for 11-time Qatar league champions Al Sadd and the Algerian national team.

Club career


A left back who can also operate as a winger, Belhadj began his career at Ligue 1 club Lens, where he failed to make the first-team.He joined Ligue 2 FC Gueugnon on loan in 2002 and after making 26 league appearances signed permanently in 2003. Belhadj played 36 more Ligue 2 games for Gueugnon before moving to CS Sedan in 2004. Making more than thirty appearances in each of his two full seasons with Sedan in Ligue 2, gaining promotion in the second.

In January 2007 Belhadj was bought by French champions Olympique Lyonnais for €3.24 million and signed a lucrative four and a half year deal. He was loaned back to CS Sedan until the end of the season and joined Lyon again in the summer of 2007. He made just 9 appearances for the club, being blocked at the left-back position by World Cup champion Fabio Grosso, and left the club in January. On 7 January 2008, it was confirmed that Belhadj had signed a three and a half year deal with his former club Lens for a fee of €3.6 million.


On 1 September 2008, it was announced that Portsmouth had signed Belhadj on a season-long loan with an option to make the deal permanent. He made his Portsmouth...
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