El Hadji Diouf Life Story

El Hadji Ousseynou Diouf (born in Dakar, Senegal, January 15, 1981, age 31 years) is a Senegal national football player who played for Doncaster Rovers in the Championship. He can play striker or midfield wing position
Diouf played for the club as Sochaux, Stade Rennes, RC Lens, Liverpool, Bolton Wanderers, Sunderland, Blackburn Rovers and Rangers. On October 31, 2011, Diouf joined Doncaster Rovers to sign a contract with a duration of three months.
Caps Diouf of Senegal, since 2000. He was included in the Senegal squad in 2002 FIFA World Cup. In 2004, he was elected to the FIFA 100 list. In October 2007, he decided to retire from the Senegal national team. However, a month later, Diouf recalled to strengthen the Senegal national team. On 3 April 2009, he again announced his retirement from the Senegal national team.


Diouf called bad temper on and off the field that often makes a number of controversies. In the field, he was several times punished for spitting at spectators and players as well as an insult to the referee and the opponent bertandingnya. In November 2004, Diouf spat in the face of Portsmouth's Arjan de Zeeuw. He was later fined two times the weekly salary by klubsnya time, Bolton Wanderers and was sentenced to three match ban by the FA. Previously, he received a fine from the police after being convicted of spitting on a 11-year-old supporter of Middlesbrough as his side held to a draw in the month of November 2004 In 2004 he was convicted should not be playing in international matches after insulting the referee Ali Bujsaim. Outside court, he was arrested and fined as enumerated by Manchester police caught driving without a license.



English League Cup: 2003
Rangers F.C.
Scottish League Cup: 2011
Scottish Premier League: 2011

BBC African Footballer of the Year: 2002
FIFA 100

Leave a Reply