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Full name  Haris Mohammed Hassan
1975-1979  Al Mosul
Years  Team

Playing position  Midfielder
Place of birth  Iraq
Name  Haris Mohammed
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Date of birth  (1958-03-03) 3 March 1958 (age 57)

Haris Mohammed Hassan (born 3 March 1958) is an Iraqi football midfielder who played for Iraq in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Al-Rasheed Club.

Haris Mohammed was a skilful and creative right sided attacking midfielder, born and bred in Mosul. He started to hone his skills on the streets, frequently annoying the neighbours. After realising his potential on the football field, he played for the school province football team under the supervision of coach Dawud Azzawi.

He earned reputation as a goalscorer with the Iraqi youth team winning the 1978 Asian Youth Championship in Bangladesh, he joined Talaba SC, helping them to two league titles while at the club. He had the most success while at Al-Rasheed, winning three leagues, two cups and a record three Arab Club Championships. In 1987, in the Arab Club Championship held in Saudi Arabia, Haris was top scorer with 7 goals helping the club to a record 3rd title.

Haris was part of the Iraqi team that won the 1982 Asian Cup and he also played for Iraq in the 1984 Olympics and the 1986 World Cup.He returned to Mosul in 1991, where he later retired.

He currently works as a pundit for Al Jazeera Sports.

References

Haris Mohammed Wikipedia


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