Ali Sadiki is a Zimbabwean footballer who plies his trade for Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) giants TP Mazembe. He plays as a midfielder.

Ali Sadiki
Ali Sadiki, TP Mazembe Football Club, Football
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Born Ali Sadiki
December 10, 1987
Occupation
  • Footballer
Employer TP Mazembe Football Club, DRC
Notable work FC Platinum Player of the year (2012)

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Background

Ali Sadiki was born on 10 December 1987.[1] He has a daughter with ex-wife Sharon Chimwanza.[2]

Career

Before joining Gunners Football Club in 2010, Sadiki used to play for Witbank Spurs Football Club in South Africa's First Division.[3] After playing for Gunners, Sadiki was signed by FC Platinum before he joined DRC gaints TP Mazembe in 2014.[4]

Clubs Played For

National Team Career

Ali Sadiki was part of the Warriors that reached the semi-final of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) held in South Africa in 2014.[5]

Picture Gallery

Awards Won

Controversy

Sadiki's life has been marred by marital controversy especially concerning his ex-wife Sharon Chimwanza.

Neglecting Daughter

In April 2014, Sadiki was dragged to court by ex-wife Sharon Chimwanza for neglecting their unborn daughter. Chimwanza wanted $600 herself and $517 for their unborn daughter. Sadiki was however ordered to pay $325 for the upkeep of his daughter and maintenance of his then pregnant ex-wife. He was also ordered to pay a once off payment of $300 for the expenses of their unborn child before the end of April 2014.[2]





References

  1. ALI SADIKI, Transfer markt, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: September 8, 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 Warriors midfielder 'neglects' daughter, Chronicle, Published: April 16, 2014, Retrieved: September 8, 2015
  3. The revival of Ali Sadiki, BeezSports International, Published: December 27, 2010, Retrieved: September 8, 2015
  4. Ali SADIKI, TP Mazembe Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: September 8, 2015
  5. Kennedy Gondwe, TP Mazembe sign Zimbabwe midfielder Ali Sadiki, BBC, Published: May 31, 2014, Retrieved: September 8, 2015