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'''Arian Beqaj''' is an Albanian [[football (soccer)|football]] goalkeeper.
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'''Arian Beqaj''' is a retired Albanian [[football (soccer)|football]] goalkeeper.
  
 
Beqaj was born on [[August 25]], [[1975]]. He played for Partizan Tirana before coming to [[Greece]] in [[1998]]. In Greece, Beqaj has played for [[OFI FC|OFI]] ([[1998]] - [[2003]]) and [[Ionikos FC|Ionikos]] ([[2004]] - [[2006]]).
 
Beqaj was born on [[August 25]], [[1975]]. He played for Partizan Tirana before coming to [[Greece]] in [[1998]]. In Greece, Beqaj has played for [[OFI FC|OFI]] ([[1998]] - [[2003]]) and [[Ionikos FC|Ionikos]] ([[2004]] - [[2006]]).
  
Following the [[2006]] season, Beqaj moved to [[Cyprus]] where he is currently the keeper for [[Anorthosis Famagusta FC|Anorthosis]] [[Famagusta]].
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Following the [[2006]] season, Beqaj moved to [[Cyprus]] where he is played for [[Anorthosis Famagusta FC|Anorthosis]] [[Famagusta]] ([[2006]] - [[2010]]), [[Olympiakos Nicosia FC|Olympiakos]] [[Nicosia]] ([[2010]] - [[2011]]) and [[Ermis Aradippou FC|Ermis]] [[Aradippou]] ([[2011]]).
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In [[2011]], he retired and became the goalkeeping coach for [[Anorthosis Famagusta FC|Anorthosis]] [[Famagusta]].
  
 
==Did you know?==
 
==Did you know?==

Latest revision as of 12:49, March 28, 2013

Arian Beqaj is a retired Albanian football goalkeeper.

Beqaj was born on August 25, 1975. He played for Partizan Tirana before coming to Greece in 1998. In Greece, Beqaj has played for OFI (1998 - 2003) and Ionikos (2004 - 2006).

Following the 2006 season, Beqaj moved to Cyprus where he is played for Anorthosis Famagusta (2006 - 2010), Olympiakos Nicosia (2010 - 2011) and Ermis Aradippou (2011).

In 2011, he retired and became the goalkeeping coach for Anorthosis Famagusta.

Did you know?

On February 11, 2001, Arian Beqaj, scored with a header, 5 minutes into injury time, in the OFI - Paniliakos 2-2 game. It marked the first time a goalkeeper scored with a header in Greece!