Youssef El-Arabi is a Moroccan footballer who currently plays for the Spanish Club Granada CF. El-Arabi made his debut playing for Caen as a substitute in the 76th minute against Lyon in Ligue 1. He played two more games that season with no goals to his credit. The following season saw El-Arabi in full swing scoring 11 goals in 34 games and claiming 8 assists, in Ligue 2. The season after that, he scored 17 goals in 38 games for Caen. By September, El-Arabi was transferred to club Al-Hilal FC in a four-year contract. In 2012, he moved to Spanish club Granada CF for a sum of €4.5m.
Youssef El Arabi: Granada’s man of the hour showing his chance at the top is deserved
“This one is to take home” said Youssef El Arabi after Granada’s win over Malaga. It was a ruthless second half hat-trick, taking advantage of defensive errors and some creative player from his strike partner Yacine Brahami, who set up 2 of the goals, to make it 3 wins out … Continue reading →
Match Week seven, and it’s still 7 for 7 for the top two as champions Barcelona and Atletico Madrid defy difficult situations to maintain their 100 percent streaks, club records for both sides. Time for our Team of the Match day here at La Liga Blog, and it’s no surprises that the team has great […]