Mbark Boussoufa started his career in 1994 at geuzenmiddenmeer, an amateur club in Amsterdam. A...See more
Mbark Boussoufa started his career in 1994 at geuzenmiddenmeer, an amateur club in Amsterdam. A year later he went to play football for Fortius in the same city and it was there that he was discovered by scouts of AFC Ajax. Here he completed the youth academy, where he played with Nigel de Jong, Wesley Sneijder en Hedwiges Maduro, among others.
Scouts of the British Chelsea FC came to know about him after a international tournament he played with Ajax. Boussoufa signs a contract after year of internship. His first season he remained with the substitutes after which he trained with the selection and he was captain of the second team of Chelsea.
In the summer of 2003 the Russian Roman Abramovitsj takes over Chelsea FC, right at the moment that Boussoufa is about to debut in the British Premier League. Abramovitsj attracts a lot of football celebrities and Boussoufa does not get a chance to play. He completes the season with the substitutes and in mutual consent ends his contract with Chelsea. And although Boussoufa did not play games with the selection, he learned a lot from soccer celebrities like Gianfranco Zola.
The head of Dagnefteprodukt Magomed-Sultan Magomedov and ex-football player of Dinamo Makhachkala decided to form a football club in 1991. And they brought this idea to life. In a short period of time they were able to settle all the required formalities. The newly found club took part in the Dagestan league the same year. Out of the 20 games played, the team won 16 of them and did not lose even once Anzhi became the republic Champion.
On March 7, 2011, Russian side FC Terek Grozny announced his signing, but his transfer fell through three days later. According to Terek's VP Khaidar Alkhanov, Boussoufa requested unacceptable conditions in his personal contract, even though Anderlecht had agreed to sell him. In the late evening of March 10, it was announced that the transfer to Terek Grozny had collapsed and that Boussoufa had signed for another Russian team, Anzhi Makhachkala. There now he plays together with players like Samuel Eto'o, Roberto Carlos and Zhirkov up until 2013.
Now Boussoufa plays for Lokomotiv Moscow. #CHEERSFROMMOSCOW;)