Habib Mohamed

Habib Mohamed

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Habib Mullah Mohamed or Muhammad (born December 10, 1983 in Tamale) is a Ghanaian football left back. He currently plays for Smouha Sporting Club.


A young defender, Mohamed began his career in 2006. He played for King Faisal Babes in Kumasi, helping the club win the CAF Confederation Cup 2006. He also earned the MVP Award in the quarterfinals. In 2006, Mohamed had trial sessions abroad in Germany and Israel, and eventually a three-year-contract with Molde FK.

On 25 June 2007, BBC and the Turkish media reported that the 23-year-old has sealed a two-year deal with the Turkish Club Ankaragucu after passing a medical test. He is expected to bolster the club's defensive punch next season after sealing the move from local side King Faisal Babes. He was loaned out for 6 months to Ankarag├╝c├╝ in Turkey before turned back to Ghana in November to Kumasi based club Asante Kotoko. On 4 January 2008 moved from Asante Kotoko to All Stars F.C. to a permanent move, he Asante Kotoko duo of Godfred Yeboah and Kobina Dodzie join to the Wa based club on a loan deal till., then joined in May to Great Olympics and five months later to Ashanti Gold SC.


He was considered an established member of the national team the Black Stars, and was called up to the 2006 World Cup but lost his place after the World Cup.

At 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany played with the team two games...
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