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Lazhar Hadj-Aïssa Personal information Full name Lazhar Hadj-Aïssa Date of birth March 23, 1984 (1984-03-23) (age 27) Place of birth Batna, Algeria Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Playing position Midfielder Club information Current club ES Sétif Number 10 Youth career 1994-2003 MSP Batna Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2003-2004 MSP Batna ? (?) 2004- ES Setif 128 (15) National team‡ 2005 Algeria U-23 8 (0) 2005- Algeria 7 (0) 2010- Algeria A' 9 (1) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 00:00, 25 February 2011 (UTC) Lazhar Hadj-Aïssa (Arabic: لزهر الحاج عيسى‎) (born 23 March 1984 in Batna) is an Algerian professional football player who currently plays as an attacking midfielder for Algerian Championnat National club ES Sétif and the Algerian national team. Contents 1 Personal 2 Club career 2.1 MSP Batna 2.2 ES Sétif 3 Statistics 4 Honours 4.1 Club 4.1.1 ES Sétif 4.2 Awards 5 References 6 External links Personal Hadj Aïssa is nicknamed "Baggio" because of his hair and his style of play's similarity to Italian legend Roberto Baggio. Club career MSP Batna Lazhar started his playing career in 1994 with his hometown club MSP Batna, starting with the youth sides and progressing to become one of the most talented players at the club. In the 2003-2004 season, he made his full debut for the club in the Algerian Second Division, with his performances on the pitch attracting loads of interest from various domestic clubs. ES Sétif In the summer of 2004, Hadj Aïssa joined ES Sétif and made 25 appearances, scoring 2 goals, in his first season. The following season, he made 28 appearances and scored 5 goals. On June 10, 2006, on the recommendation of Zinedine Zidane, Hadj Aïssa was offered a trial with Spanish club Real Madrid.[1][2] In his third season with the club, Hadj Aïssa helped ES Sétif win the 2006–2007 Algerian League, their first league title since 1987. He also played a crucial role in the team's triumph in the 2006–2007 edition of the Arab Champions League and was named the Best Player of the competition.[3] The following season, he helped the club win the 2007–08 Arab Champions League. However, on the domestic front, the club could only manage a third-place finish. On July 11, 2008, it was announced that he was going on trial with Portuguese club Benfica.[4] However, days later, he announced that he would not join the club because they were looking to loan him out.[5] Two weeks later, he traveled to Ukraine and signed with Metalist Kharkov but the club would not match the price tag set by ES Sétif president Abdelhakim Serrar.[6][7] On August 9, 2009, Hadj Aïssa signed with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq.[8] However, a few days later, the contract was canceled after Al-Ettifaq faced financial difficulties and failed to pay the transfer fee to ES Sétif. On August 24, 2009, it was announced that he was going on trial with English Premier League club Portsmouth.[9] He trained with the club until the end of the transfer window, on September 31[dubious – discuss] but did not end up signing because of work permit issues. Portsmouth had been keen on keeping him, but due the administrative issues they were unable to do so.[10][11] [12][13] In 2010, he captained his side in the final of the Algerian Cup, in which they won 3-0.[14] Statistics Club performance League Cup Continental Total Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Algeria League Algerian Cup Africa Total 2003-04 MSP Batna Championnat National 2 - - - - - - 2004-05 ES Sétif Championnat National 25 2 - - - - - - 2005-06 28 5 - - - - - - 2006-07 23 1 - - - - - - 2007-08 10 1 - - - - - - 2008-09 18 0 - - - - - - 2009-10 22 5 - - - - 22 5 2010-11 Ligue 1 2 1 - - - - 2 1 Total Algeria Career total - - - - - - - - Honours Club ES Sétif Algerian Championnat National : 2 Champion: 2006-07, 2008–09 Algerian Cup : 1 Winner: 2009-10 Arab Champions League : 2 Winner: 2006-07, 2007-08 CAF Confederation Cup Runner-up: 2008-09 North African Cup of Champions : 1 Winner: 2009 North African Super Cup : 1 Winner: 2010 North African Cup Winners Cup : 1 Winner: 2010 Awards Best player of the Arab Champions League in 2007 Best young player of the Algerian League in 2006 References ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news.php?hot_id=1744 ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news.php?hot_id=1744 ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news.php?hot_id=2532 ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-3477.php ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-3487.php ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-3506.php ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news.php?hot_id=3522 ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-4649/transferts-hadj-aissa-a-al-ettifaq-arabie-saoudite/ ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-4783/verts-quelle-destination-pour-hadj-aissa/ ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-4742/verts-maj-hadj-aissa-s-entraine-avec-pompey/ ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-4751/transferts-decision-demain-pour-hadj-aissa/ ^ http://www.goal.com/en/news/11/transfer-zone/2009/09/15/1503711/lazhar-hadj-aissa-portsmouth-want-to-keep-me ^ http://www.echoroukonline.com/eng/index.php?news=7656 ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/fiches/fiche2.php?fiche_id=5098 External links Lazhar Hadj Aïssa profile at uk.soccerway.com Lazhar Hadj Aïssa profile at dzfoot.com Lazhar Hadj Aïssa profile at national-football-teams.com v · d · eAlgeria squad – 2011 African Nations Championship Fourth Place 1 Zemmamouche • 2 Soudani • 3 Zazou • 4 Laïfaoui • 5 Maïza • 6 Yekhlef • 7 Khoualed • 8 Lemmouchia • 9 Feham • 10 Hadj Aïssa • 11 Djallit • 12 Ghazali • 13 Hachoud • 14 Messaoud • 15 Belkalem • 16 Si Mohamed • 17 Delhoum • 18 Yahia-Chérif • 19 Djabou • 20 Meftah • 21 Gasmi • 22 Doukha • 23 Metref • Coach: Benchikha v · d · eES Sétif – current squad 1 Chaouchi · 3 Benchadi · 4 Laïfaoui · 5 Diss · 6 Belkaïd · 8 Lemmouchia · 9 Boucherit · 10 Hadj Aïssa · 11 Benmoussa · 12 Benmalek · 13 Delhoum · 14 Traoré · 15 Feham · 16 Djallit · 17 Raho · 22 Yekhlef · 23 Metref · 24 Ambané · 26 Ghazali · 27 Hachoud · 28 Benhamou · 29 Hemani · 30 Djabou · TBA Lakhdari · TBA Zaaboub · Manager: Dellacasa Persondata Name Hadj Aissa, Lazhar Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 23, 1984 Place of birth Batna, Algeria Date of death Place of death