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Mohamed Omer (football player)

Mohammad Omar
Personal information
Full nameMohammed Omar Mohammed Ahmed Al-Shaddadi
Date of birth (1976-11-11) 11 November 1976 (age 37)
Place of birthDubai, United Arab Emirates
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing positionForward
Club information
Current clubMumbai Tigers (Chief Executive Officer)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1992–2001Al Wasl93(57)
2002Dhofar?(1?)
2002–2005Al Ain47(29)
2005–2007Al-Jazira59(29)
2008Al-Dhafra9(2)
2008–2009Al-Nasr21(13)
2009–2010Ajman8(2)
2010–2011Al Wasl
National team
1996–2009UAE102(28)
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17/7/2010 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17/7/2010 (UTC)

Mohammed Omar Mohammed Ahmed Al-Shaddadi, known as Mohammad Omar (Arabic: محمد عمر‎, born November 11, 1976 in Dubai, UAE) is a retired [1] Emirati footballer, serving as the CEO for Mumbai Tigers F.C. in India.[2] He was the captain of the UAE national football team from 2002-2008. During his professional football career which spanned over 20 years he has played for many clubs including Al Wasl, Al Ain, Al Jazira, Al Dhafra, Al-Nasr, and Ajman Club. In Summer 2010, Omar announced that he will move back to the club that he started with, Al Wasl FC to play a final season and retire.[3] In 2002 he joined Omani club, Dhofar and competed with them in the final of the Sultan Qaboos Cup, and scored the only goal for the team in a final which they eventually lost to neighbor's, Al-Nasr.

Mohammed Omar is the younger brother of the UAE's football legend Zuhair Bakhit.

Honors

Clubs

Al Wasl FC

Al Ain FC

International

Individual

Trivia

  • He is the player who scored the only goal in an Al Ain FC friendly game against Juventus which ended 1-0.
  • He scored the winning goal in the AFC Champions League Final in 2003 which was won by Al Ain FC.
  • He scored Al Ain FC's 1000th League goal during the 2003/2004 season.
  • He was the first Emarati Player to lift the Gulf Cup of Nations as captain when the United Arab Emirates national football team won the tournament in 2007.
  • He holds the title of the UAE player who has moved to the most number of clubs, 7, throughout his career.
  • He holds the title for the UAE player who has won the most number of tournaments with the different clubs he represented.

References

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Unknown
UAE captain
2002–2008
Succeeded by
Ismail Matar

Template:UAE Football League top scorers Template:Al Wasl FC

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