| Omar Betrouni|
AS Saint Eugene
| (1949-01-09) 9 January 1949 (age 66)|
Ali Bencheikh, Hacene Lalmas, Miloud Hadefi, Mustapha Kouici, Abdelhamid Zouba
Omar Betrouni Wikipedia
Omar Betrouni (Arabic: عمر بطرونى; born 9 January 1949) is a former Algeria international football forward who played for MC Alger and USM Alger.
Born in Algiers, Betrouni played club football for MC Alger for more than a decade, winning the Algerian league championship five times and the Algerian cup three times. He also led the league in goal-scoring once and helped MC Alger win the 1976 African Cup of Champions Clubs. He joined USM Alger in 1980 and would finish his career with the club, winning the Algerian cup once more.
Betrouni made 32 appearances for the senior Algeria national football team, including four FIFA World Cup qualifying matches. He made his debut in an African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Morocco on 10 December 1970. He also helped Algeria win the 1978 All-Africa Games title, scoring once in five matches.
In 2006, he was selected by CAF as one of the best 200 African football players of the last 50 years.