|Date of birth||December 7, 1977|
|Place of birth||Jerusalem|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Al-Arabi Beit Safafa|
|2002-2003||Beitar Ironi Ma'ale Adumim||?||(18)|
|2003-2004||Hapoel Bnei Lod||?||(24)|
|2004-2005||Sektzia Nes Tziona||?||(28)|
|2005-2006||Hapoel Bnei Lod||?||(11)|
|2006-2009||Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv||?||(14)|
|2009||Maccabi Kafr Qara (loan)||?||(6)|
|2013||Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari||?||(4)|
|2013-||Al-Arabi Beit Safafa||?||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 April 2012.|
â¡ National team caps and goals correct as of 25 December 2011
Murad Alyan (Arabic: مراد عليان, Hebrew: מוראד עליאן; blessed Dec 7, 1977 in Jerusalem) is normally a Palestinian-Israeli professional soccer (soccer) player presently playing for Hilal Al-Quds from the West Bank Top League.
Alyan was raised in Jerusalem while an Arab resident of Israel. He became a member of Hapoel Jerusalem's youngsters set-up in 1986 like a nine-year-old after hanging out with his community part Beit Safafa. While at Hapoel Jerusalem, Alyan was leading scorer at nearly every youngsters level. He authorized his first agreement with Beitar Ironi Maale Adumim in 2002 rating 18 goals, producing him the team's leading scorer. In the 2003–04 time of year, Alyan became a member of Bnei Lod and helped them earn Liga Wager by rating 24 goals, a group high. Another season, he became a member of Ironi Nes Tziona (later on renamed Sektzia Nes Tziona) and helped them earn advertising to Liga Alef by rating 28 goals. His prolific rating at the low degrees of the Israeli Little league, prompted his previous group, Hapoel Bnei Lod, right now in Liga Artzit to re-sign him. His 11 goals helped Lod accomplish a third successive advertising, to the next tier from the Israeli little league Liga Leumit. He spent another two months at Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv F.C. who have been playing in the 3rd tier at that time. His last season using the golf club, saw him continue mortgage to Maccabi Kfar Qara.In '09 2009, he authorized his 1st fully fledged professional contract with Jerusalem-based Hilal Al-Quds. He obtained 15 goals in his 1st season and completed as the Western Bank Premier Little league best scorer. TIn his second time of year, he again completed best scorer with 20 goals in the little league, he also handled an amazing 13 goals in the Palestine FA Glass, leading Hilal Al-Quds towards the title. He previously a complete of 35 goals in every three domestic contests in 2010–11.He clinched the Golden Shoe for the 3rd straight time of year in 2011–12 with 15 goals during the period of the 18-video game season.
Alyan received his initial official cover for Palestine in the qualifying circular from the 2012 AFC Problem Glass. This call-up emerged only a few months after Mousa Bezaz publicly announced he'd not really consider Alyan because of his age group. In his initial video game against Bangladesh, he have scored two goals within a 2-0 make an impression on Bangladesh. In the next video game against the Philippines he noticed one of is own shots strike the post. He continuing his fine operate of type two days afterwards against Myanmar where he scored Palestine's starting and last goals from the match.
Scores and outcomes list the Palestine's objective tally initial. # Date Place Opponent Rating Result Competition 1. 21 March 2011 Thuwunna Stadium, Rangoon Bangladesh 1–0 2–0 2012 AFC Problem Cup qualifier 2. 21 March 2011 Thuwunna Stadium, Rangoon Bangladesh 2–0 2–0 2012 AFC Problem Cup qualifier 3. 24 March 2011 Thuwunna Stadium, Rangoon Myanmar 1–1 3–1 2012 AFC Problem Glass qualifier 4. 25 March 2011 Thuwunna Stadium, Rangoon Myanmar 3–1 3–1 2012 AFC Problem Glass qualifier 5. 29 June 2011 Metallurg Stadium, Tursunzoda Afghanistan 1–0 2–0 2014 FIFA Globe Glass qualifier 6. 28 July 2011 Faisal Al-Husseini International Stadium, Al-Ram Thailand 1–0 2–2 2014 FIFA Globe Glass qualifier 7. 28 July 2011 Faisal Al-Husseini International Stadium, Al-Ram Thailand 2–1 2–2 2014 FIFA Globe Cup qualifier
Best Palestinian Participant: 2011