Ali Al-Beshari (Arabic: علي البشاري‎), (born 1962) could be transliterated as Bshari, is a Libyan footballer. He scored three goals in the 1982 African cup of nations in Libya, made him the tournament's second leading goalscorer (after Ghana's George Alhassan). He scored for Al-Ahly more than 40 goals, and nine goals for the national team in more than 60 matches.

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  • Ali Al-Beshari (Arabic: علي البشاري‎), (born 1962) could be transliterated as Bshari, is a Libyan footballer. He scored three goals in the 1982 African cup of nations in Libya, made him the tournament's second leading goalscorer (after Ghana's George Alhassan). He scored for Al-Ahly more than 40 goals, and nine goals for the national team in more than 60 matches. (en)
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  • Ali Al-Beshari (Arabic: علي البشاري‎), (born 1962) could be transliterated as Bshari, is a Libyan footballer. He scored three goals in the 1982 African cup of nations in Libya, made him the tournament's second leading goalscorer (after Ghana's George Alhassan). He scored for Al-Ahly more than 40 goals, and nine goals for the national team in more than 60 matches. (en)
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