Franco-Moroccan great Belmajdoub dies
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Former Franco-Moroccan football star Abderrahmane Belmajdoub has died in Casablanca at the age of 89, his family revealed on Wednesday.

Belmajdoub was nicknamed 'The Prince of the Parc' during a glittering spell with Racing Club de Paris between 1951 and 1953, before winning the French Cup with Nice alongside Just Fontaine in 1954.

He went on to play for Marseille and Montpellier and also represented France at the 1954 FIFA World Cup™ in Switzerland.

Belmajdoub later played for Morocco and in 1966 he won the Moroccan league championship with Wydad Casablanca.