Noah Sadaoui – A Footballer From Morocco
Noah Sadaoui has been one of the standout forwards for FC Goa this season. Scoring goals left and right and making life difficult for his opponents.
Sadaoui was born in Morocco and immigrated with his family to the US at age 11. At 11, he joined New York Red Bulls’ PDA Academy youth team as an official player.
Early Life and Education
Noah Sadaoui is a highly acclaimed Moroccan footballer currently playing for Indian Super League club FC Goa in India. With an estimated net worth of $5 Million USD and known for his beautiful locks and physique as well as football skills. Although currently single, Noah prefers keeping his personal life private.
Sadaoui began playing football as a youth at Wydad AC in Casablanca before migrating to New York Red Bulls Academy and later having stints playing for Israel, South Africa, Oman.
He made his senior international football team debut for Morocco during the 2020 African Nations Championship, where he came on as a substitute for Zakaria Hadraf against Togo and started both semi-final and final matches against Cameroon and Mali respectively.
Sadaoui began his football career in Morocco before migrating with his family to the US at age 11. At Saint Benedict’s Preparatory School he excelled, being named 2011 Prep Player of the Year and All-Prep First Team member during both junior and senior years. Moving onto Saint Peter’s College where he won MAAC Rookie of the Year 2012 award; later becoming MAAC Rookie of the Year 2013 before signing with Israeli Premier League club Maccabi Haifa for two seasons on a two year deal before taking on loan spells at Hapoel Kfar Saba before moving Honduras where Real C.D Espana made top flight Honduras Premier Division duties for Real C.D Espana playing alongside Real C.D Espana who were playing under Spanish supervision until recently he signed with Real C.D Espana who played under Spanish supervision under Spanish direction under coach Ricardo Reino Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia’s supervision to start playing under Real C.D Espana playing under him later under Spanish coach Antonio Herrer before moving onto playing under Spanish coach Antonio Carrera before signing to play under Coach Jose Carrera before ultimately moving onto Saint Peters College where he made first team All Prep first Team All prelim after two seasons before moving onto playing alongside Hapoel Kfar Saba before moving onto Honduras Real C D Espana before finally signing Real Cd Espana under Real C D Espana coach Ton.
Achievement and Honors
Sadaoui made his initial forays into football at Wydad Casablanca, one of Morocco’s premier clubs, as a youth. Later he immigrated to America and joined New York Red Bulls’ academy. Following University preparatory school graduation he signed with Saint Peter’s College where he won second team All-MAAC honors as a freshman player.
As part of his loan arrangement at Hapoel Kfar Saba in Israel’s Liga Leumit for 2012-13 season, he made his professional soccer debut on February 15, 2013. Following that summer he made the switch to South African Premier Soccer League club Ajax Cape Town (now Cape Town Spurs) under manager Roger de Sa. In three games for this team he scored three goals and helped win MTN 8, South Africa’s major cup competition.
Noah Sadaoui prefers to keep his personal life private and has not revealed any information regarding his romantic relationships. At present, he remains single and hasn’t been involved with anyone in the past.
At the 2020 African Nations Championship, where Morocco secured victory and claimed the crown, he started four matches for Morocco – including both semi-final and final matches against Mali.
Sadaoui began playing for Ajax Cape Town of the South African Premier Soccer League in 2014. He scored three goals during three appearances and helped lead them to win the 2015 MTN 8 tournament. Sadaoui then made appearances in Omantel Professional League before moving on to Raja Casablanca, FAR Rabat and finally FC Goa in Indian Super League competitions.
Sadaoui began his professional career at Wydad Casablanca before immigrating to the US at age 11. On February 7, 2013 in a 3-0 victory against Hapoel Petah Tikva, Sadaoui made his senior debut for Maccabi Haifa as a substitute. For 2014 he served an additional loan spell with Hapoel Nazareth Illit before signing with Cape Town Spurs of South African Premier Soccer League in February of 2015.
He was also featured for clubs in the United States, Oman, and Egypt – gathering experience playing across various leagues worldwide.
He currently plays for MCO Mouloudia Oujda and has signed a contract up until 29 June 2024, serving as a Wide Midfielder who shoots with their Right Foot.