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Haidar Obeid Jassim

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Full name  Haidar Obeid Jassim
2000-2001  Al-Zawraa
Current team  Baghdad FC
Years  Team
Playing position  Defender
Number  16
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Baghdad, Iraq
Name  Haidar Jassim

Date of birth  (1979-04-02) 2 April 1979 (age 36)

Haidar Obeid Jassim (Arabic: حيدر عبيد جاسم ‎‎) (born 2 April 1979 in Iraq) is an Iraqi football Defender player currently playing for Baghdad FC in Iraq. He played for Apollon Limassol in the Cypriot First Division and Zob Ahan F.C. in the Iran Pro League.

Haidar Obiad is the younger brother of Iraqi midfielder Abbas Obeid. He was first brought into the international team by Najih Humoud during the International Friendly Tournament in the Emirates in November 1999, where Iraq won the competition topping a group featuring hosts U.A.E, Estonia and Turkmenistan.

Haidar was part of the Iraqi U-19s that won the 1998 Rajiv Gandhi Cup in India and qualified for the 1998 Asian Youth Championship in Thailand. After his outstanding performances while on loan at Al-Zawraa for the Asian Cup Winners Cup in season 1999/2000, he was recalled by Adnan Hamad for the West-Asian Championship in Amman, Jordan.

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