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Indrit Fortuzi

Indrit Fortuzi (Zogu)
Personal information
Full nameIndrit Shaban Fortuzi
Date of birth (1973-11-23) 23 November 1973 (age 40)
Place of birthTirana, Albania
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing positionForward (retired)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1990-1993Dinamo Tirana60(15)
1993-1998KF Tirana84(53)
1997-2000Apollon Athinon56(2)
2000-2005KF Tirana103(81)
2005-2007Iraklis Thessaloniki26(6)
2007-2008KF Tirana27(7)
National team
1992–2002Albania[1]25(1)
Teams managed
2009–Skënderbeu
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Indrit Shaban Fortuzi (born 23 November 1973) is a former Albanian national football Forward who has played almost all his career for KF Tirana. He has also played for Dinamo Tirana and in Greece for Iraklis F.C., Apollon Athinon and Ethnikos.[2] He is now the manager of Skënderbeu. He is the best scorer of all time for KF Tirana and the third scorer of all time for Albanian Superliga with 167 goals.

Honours

KF Tirana

Goals in Albanian Championship

Season Team Matches Goals
1991-92 Dinamo 30 7
1992-93 Dinamo 26 6
1993-94 KF Tirana 24 10
1994-95 KF Tirana 27 18
1995-96 KF Tirana 6 4
1996-97 KF Tirana 15 6
1997-98 KF Tirana 12 15
1998-00 Apollon Athens 56 2
2000-01 KF Tirana 25 20
2001-02 KF Tirana 24 24
2002-03 KF Tirana 9 5
2003-04 KF Tirana 31 20
2004-05 KF Tirana 14 12
2005-07 Iraklis Thessaloniki F.C. 26 6
2007-08 KF Tirana 27 7
TOTAL 352 162

References

External links

  • Indrit Fortuzi at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Transfermarkt profile


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