Hugo Boumous is a Moroccan professional football player who was born on 24 July 1995 in Rennes, France.
Currently, he plays for FC Goa as a central midfielder in the Indian Super League. Though he doesn't have that much goals in his pocket but this young player is blessed with speed and aggression which makes him a key player in the midfield.
Boumous was also selected for Morocco national U-23 football team in June 2016 but didn't play any game as he was released from the squad for getting caught smoking with his teammates.
Boumous was acquired to play for French club Stade Lavallois in 2014 but was not included in the playing squad instantly.
He had to wait for a long time to make his debut.
On 7 November 2014, he was added to the squad to play against Chateauroux but remained on the bench.
It was the game against Niort on 22 May 2015 when he finally broke the hoodoo and made his Ligue 2 debut. He not only made his debut but also scored his first goal, helping his team to win by 3-0.
Boumous was also part of the Stade Laval squad for 2014-15 Coupe de France, however he didn't get any opportunity to perform on the field.
Being part of Laval FC from 2014 to 2016, he didn't get enough chances to show his skills on the ground.
As a result, he moved to Moroccan club Moghreb Tétouan in 2016. Boumous played 37 games for the club between the years of 2016 and 2018. He was not the consistent scorer but always performed well enough to stay in the squad.
Boumous is recently acquired by FC Goa to play the 2017-18 season of Indian Super League.
Having already played under the present FC Goa coach Sergio Lobero, he was added to the Goa squad in order to strengthen the midfield region.
He was the Gaur’s best performer in the Super Cup, that followed the ISL season.