Hussein Yasser

Hussein Yasser

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Hussein Yasser El-Mohammadi Abdulrahman (Arabic: حسين ياسر المحمدي عبد الرحمن; born 9 October 1982) is a Qatari-Egyptian footballer who plays as a play maker and striker for Egyptian Premier League club Zamalek and Qatar national team. His father was an Egyptian player who transferred to Qatar as a coach and consequently Hussein was born in Qatar. He is registered by FIFA as a Qatari and not an Egyptian national.

Royal Antwerp

Mohamed Moalin played outside his home country for the first time when he played for Olimpique Marseille of France in 2002-03 and 2003-04. He suceeded to impress at Maseille, and was kept for an additional 8 months. Mohamed then signed for South Hampton. However, in the middle of the 2004-05 season, he went back to his country to play for Al-Sadd before signing for OGC Nice.

Manchester City

In August 2005, Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce signed him on the recommendation of former City player Ali Benarbia, who played with Mohamed in Qatar. In the process, he became the first Qatari to sign for an English club. However, Mohamed made only one first team appearance, in a League Cup match against Doncaster Rovers. He was released in January 2006.

At Q-League

at which point he returned to Qatar, playing for Al-Sadd, winning the Q-League and the Heir Apparent Trophy. In 2006-07,then he signed for Al-Rayyan for a season.

Sporting Braga

During the Summer of 2007, Mohamed signed a deal with Portugese club Sporting Braga. He...
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