| (1986-03-03) 3 March 1986 (age 29)|
Mouhcine Moutouali (born 3 March 1986 in Casablanca), is a Moroccan footballer currently playing as an attacking midfielder for Qatar Stars League side Al-Wakrah.
In 2004, Mouhcine Moutouali joined the youth team of Raja Casablanca at the age of 18. In 2006, he was loaned to the team of the Union Touarga, who played in the second division to gain vital experience before rejoining his parent club Raja Casablanca in 2007. He became one of Raja's best players from that point onwards scoring some vital goals so he was wanted from clubs all over the world. Emirates Club from the United Arab Emirates were showing interest towards the Raja public best player and although they weren't happy in 2011 he left to join Emirates Club. However, he only stayed there for a year before coming back to the club he loved since childhood Raja Casablanca. Since coming back, he helped the Moroccan giants to win the 2012-13 Botola champions. The following season he continued to shine, scoring 9 goals in 29 league matches. Due to his outstanding performances, he was called up to the national team for the 2014 African Nations Championship. After the end of the season, several clubs showed interest in signing him and he accepted a three-year contract with the Qatari side Al-Wakrah in June 2014.Raja de Casablanca
Botola (3): 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
Coupe Du Trone (1): 2013
Tournoi Antifi (1): 2010
Best Player of Botola 2: 2007
Best Payer of Botola: 2011
Best Payer of Botola: 2013
Raja Casablanca Player of the season: 2010, 2011, 2013
Mouhcine Moutaouali married Yasmina Moutaouali, a Moroccan-French in 2010, and a year later had a daughter whom they named Dina. Mouhcine Moutaouali is very attached to his family and we can see it through his various tattoos. He has the names of his wife Yasmina, his daughter Dina, mother Habiba and his father the late Haj Slimane Moutaouali.
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