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Ibrahim Salim Saad

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Full name  Ibrahim Salim Saad
Years  Team
Position  Goalkeeper
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Iraq
Name  Ibrahim Saad
Date of birth  1972
1999-2000  Salahaddin FC

Ibrahim Salim Saad (born in 1972) is an Iraqi international football goalkeeper.

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Club career

In the 1990s he was playing in Lebanon, before returning to Iraq where he played first in Salahaddin FC and, after one season, moved to Al-Talaba. In the winter-break of the 2000-2001 season, Ibrahim went to Serbia and played half a season in the Second League club FK Dubońćica from Leskovac, where he had 12 league appearances. In 2001, he signed for Arbil FC, before moving, in 2002 to Yemen to represent the capital Sana'a club Al-Wahda.

International career

Ibrahim Salim Saad was a part of the Iraq national football team. Among others, he participated in the so-called Agony of Doha match, held in Doha, Qatar on 28 October 1993, between Iraq and Japan, in the qualification for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, that finished draw 2-2, and in which he was the Iraqi goalkeeper. Unfortunately for Ibrahim, Iraq ended up not qualifying. He also played in the same qualifiers against PR Korea Saudi Arabia and Iran.

References

Ibrahim Salim Saad Wikipedia


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