Ammar Jemal

Sport: Soccer
Position: defender
Nationality: Tunisia Tunisia
Height: 185 m
Birth date: 1987-04-20 (27 years)

Team history

Spacer Al-Fateh SC 2013 - present (loan)
Spacer Club Africain 2013 - present
AC Ajaccio AC Ajaccio 2012 - 2013
Spacer 1. FC Köln 2011 - 2012 (loan)
Spacer BSC Young Boys 2010 - 2012
Spacer Etoile du Sahel 2007 - 2010

Ammar Jemal is a professional Tunisian football player playing presently for 1. FC Köln, the Fußball-Bundesliga side on loan basis. Born on 20 April 1987 in Sousse, Tunisia, Ammar played for teams like Etoile du Sahel, BSC Young Boys, Tunisia and 1. FC Koln.

On 11th June 2009, Ammar joined FC Nantes on a four year contract basis. He got reunited with his former coach Gernot Rohr, though this transfer was cancelled later. On 7th May 2010, he resigned from Etoile du Sahel team and signed with the team of BSC Young Boys. Ammar got a chance to play at the Champions League Playoff against the team of Tottenham Hotspur due to an injury to regular center back player, Emiliano Dudar. On 30 August 2011, Ammar went on loan basis to 1. FC Koln for a year followed by a call back and a buy option.

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