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Hatem Abd Elhamed

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Place of birth  Kafr Manda, Israel
2007–2009  Bnei Sakhnin
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Weight  80 kg
Playing position  Left defender
2009–2010  Maccabi Tel Aviv
Name  Hatem Elhamed
Height  1.88 m
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Date of birth  (1991-03-18) 18 March 1991 (age 24)
Current teams  Israel national football team (Defender), K.A.A. Gent (#16 / Defender)
Similar People  Gordan Bunoza, Nicolae Grigore, Kamil Bilinski, Kristijan Naumovski, Ricardo Machado

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Hatem Abd Elhamed (Arabic: حاتم عبد الحميد Hebrew: ‎; born 18 March 1991) is an Arab-Israeli professional association footballer who plays for Belgian club K.A.A. Gent as a defender.

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Playing career

Abd Elhamed made his professional debut on 8 August 2010 in a Toto Cup match against his boyhood club, Bnei Sakhnin. On 1 February 2011, Abd Elhamid was loaned to Charleroi in Belgium. A month later, Abd Elhamid made his league debut for Charleroi, coming on as a substitute for Ederson in the 73rd minute against Standard Liege on 12 March 2011. On 9 July 2015, he signed a contract at KAA Gent in Belgium.

Youth

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2007, Hatem Abd Hamed started playing soccer at the age of 16 in the youth teams of Bnei Sakhnin. He did this for two years, and he was transferred to Maccabi Tel Aviv, one of the top teams in his country, in 2009. Over there, he played one season in the youth series.

Early career

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In the 2010/11 season, he signed a professional contract in his team Maccabi Tel Aviv FC, but he didn't play one single match. In the second half of the season, Elhamed was on loan in the Belgian team Charleroi SC. He played his first pro-matches on Belgian soil, some days before his 20th birthday. Charleroi had stipulated a purchase option, but didn't finally purchase the player.

MS Asjdod

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The next season, he didn't play for Maccabi Tel Aviv, but he was transferred to MS Asjdod, a middle class team in the Israelian First Division. Over there, he got multiple playing opportunities. In his first season, he started 8 times in the basic team, and he was 15 times a substitute. The next season, 2012-2013, he became a basic player in the team. He was 20 times in the starting team and two times a substitute. On 6 January 2013, he scored his first professional goal at the age of 21. This game against Maccabi Haifa ended unfortunately in a 1-4-defeat. Also in his third season (2013/14), he kept playing an important role: he was 17 times in the starting team and four times a substitute.

In summer 2014,he started his fourth season at MS Asjdod. The first sixteen matches of the competition, he was 12 times on the field, of which 7 times in the basic team. Nevertheless, Asjod decided to send him on loan to the Romenian top team Dinamo Bucharest.

Dinamo Bucharest

His period on loan in the Rumenian top team was his second passage outside Israel. He was directly selected for the first team in 13 of the last 17 matches, almost every time as a basic player. On 24 April, he made his first goal in the team, against Cluj. It was an important goal, as the game finished in a 1-1 draw. In May, the last month of the season, he made two more goals and gave two assists. However, Dinamo Bucharest was not willing to pay the transfer sum of €100.000, so Elhamed returned to Asjdod. Juni 2015, he started a trial at Club Bruges, to try to get a transfer in this way.

AA Gent

He was injured in the testing period in which MS Asjod claimed him back. In July 2015, he finally got his foreign transfer, as he signed until mid-2019 at AA Gent.

International career

In 2009, Abd Elhamid was selected to represent Israel at the 2009 Maccabiah Games.

References

Hatem Abd Elhamed Wikipedia


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