|Name Ibad Muhamadu|
Height 1.83 m
|Full name Ibad Ibn Bashir Muhamadu|
Date of birth (1982-02-22) 22 February 1982 (age 33)
Place of birth Amsterdam, Netherlands
Ibad Muhamadu (born 22 February 1982) is a Dutch former professional footballer.
When Muhamadu was young, he moved with his parents from Amsterdam to Hoorn, where he started playing football. He got his first professional contract with FC Twente. When René Vandereycken became head coach of Twente, Muhamadu was loaned to Cambuur.
He went to MVV in 2004. His successful era in Maastricht earned him a transfer to Jupiler League side Cercle Brugge. However, Muhamadu was never able to achieve a regular spot in the starting eleven. He went to FC Dordrecht, where he would later also find his Dutch former Cercle Brugge teammate Brian Pinas.
In May 2008, Muhamadu signed a contrect with Willem II Tilburg and left the club after one year to sign with Dynamo Dresden on 9 June 2009. After just two months at Dynamo, and three league appearances, his contract was annulled in August 2009. He returned to Dordrecht a few days later.
In August 2010, Muhamadu signed with the American second division club, Portland Timbers, who will be joining Major League Soccer in 2011.
Return to Europe
In December 2010, he signed with Dutch second division club Helmond Sport on an amateur contract. He will join amateur side SV Spakenburg from 1 July 2011.
Muhamadu is of Ghanaian and Surinamese descent.