Monsef Zerka

Moncef Zerka, rarely also Monsef Zerka, ( born August 30, 1981 in Orléans ) is a French- Moroccan football player and currently in the Greek Super League for Iraklis Thessaloniki active and denied even games for the Moroccan national team.


Zerka played in the youth of U.S. Orléans and was recommended by his coach Jacques Le Quéré at Nancy. He completed a trial at the age of 15 years and was recorded with 17 final in the club. He made his debut in 2001 in the Ligue 2, and was in the period following a variably usable player. Ancillary tasks and defensive central midfield, he can also be employed in offensive positions. In 2005 he went to the club to the Ligue 1.

In 2006 he scored in the League Cup final 1-0 against OGC Nice opening goal ( Full 2-1 ). On 6 January 2007, he broke into a duel with Seydou Keita, the tibia and fibula and fell for the second half of the season 2006 /07. Only in December 2007, he celebrated his league comeback. For the 2009/10 season he wechselter in the Ligue 2 for FC Nantes.

In January 2011 he moved to Greece for Iraklis Thessaloniki


Zerka was in 2004 in the Olympic team in Morocco for the Olympic football tournament in Greece. He arrived at Vorrundenaus two appearances. He was called into the squad for the African Cup 2008 Morocco in late 2007. In the first group match, he scored as a substitute against Namibia the goal for 5-1 final score.


With reference to the fictional character Zorro he stands as a goal celebration "Z" in the air.