Ali Abbas Al-Hilfi

Ali Abbas Al-Hilfi

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Ali Abbas Mshehed Al-Hilfi () (born 30 August 1986) is an Iraqi football midfielder who currently plays for the Newcastle Jets in the Australian A-League.

Club career

In November 2007 Ali Abbas, along with Ali Mansour Alwan and Ali Khudhair grabbed global headlines by seeking asylum in Australia after playing against the Olyroos for the Iraqi Under-23 side in an Olympic Games qualifier in Gosford.

He had talks with Marconi Stallions at the time but returned to Iraq early in 2008 after discussions with the Iraqi Football Association and joined Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya in Baghdad. In February 2009, Marconi reached an agreement with Iraqi club, Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya, for Abbas to join them permanently.

Marconi Stallions

In the opening game of the NSW Premier League season, Abbas scored a stunning curling free-kick for the Marconi in his first game for the club in their 2-0 victory over Penrith Nepean United at Marconi Stadium. He also helped Marconi secure second spot in the 2009 New South Wales Premier League season before signing with A-league side, Newcastle United Jets.

Newcastle Jets

On 18 September 2009, Abbas Signed for Newcastle Jets as an injury replacement player for Shaun Ontong. He scored his first Jets goal on 12 February 2010 in a 2-1 loss to Adelaide United. He had trialed with the club before...
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