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Haroon Yousaf (Footballer)

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Haroon Yousaf

Haroon Yousaf ہارون یوسف is born in district Mandi Bahauddin on 10th November 1973. He is a former Pakistani footballer who played as a defender and midfielder.

haroon yousaf footballer

Haroon Yousaf started his career in 1990 with Pakistan Railways FC. The following season he was transferred to WAPDA FC and stayed there for five years. In 1995 he moved to Allied Bank FC where he became captain in 1997. He was offered a contract to play for Indian football team Mahindra United but was apparently turned down by the Pakistan Football Federation. He retired in 2003.

People of Mandi Bahauddin

He has been a 4-time National Football Championship winner and 4-time runner-up. He also won the PFF Cup 4 times and was runner-up once. On 19 March 2021, it was announced that Haroon Yusuf has been named as a member of the selection committee of the national football team.

After Qazi Ashfaq, he was the vice-captain of the Pakistan national team from 1996 to 1999 and became the main captain after the 1999 SAFF Championship in Goa. He was named man of the match in the 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers in Jordan when Pakistan lost 0–3 against Iraq but was praised for his defensive performance.



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