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Name: Ahmad Abdul-Jabar Jassim
Birthdate: 1978
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al Zawraa
Position: Midfielder/Forward
Ex-club(s): Al Karkh(Al Rasheed until 1993)
Info: A playmaker with superb touch, acceleration and finishing skills. Ahmad bears a slight facial resemblance to Brazilian Juninho formerly of Middlesbrough and Atletico Madrid. The qualified engineer also has the diminutive Brazilian's same penchant for taking on defenders with mazey runs and is often employed to support the front two. In 1996, he moved to Al Zawraa from Al Karkh formerly known as Al Rasheed, a club he joined at the age of 11 and flourished under coaches Amir Jamil and then Adnan Hamad. It was Hamad who encouraged him to use his imagination more on the field, by thinking of himself as a fox; cunning and clever. Brought into the Iraqi set up during the Asian qualifiers in Tajikistan by Najeh Hemoud but missed the Pan-Arab Games in Amman, Jordan. Known as 'Al Alemane' (The German) to his team-mates due to his fair skin and hair. After an outstanding season with Al Zawraa winning the double and reaching an Asian Cup final, Ahmad won a place in Iraq’s 2000 Asian Cup squad.

Name: Adnan Mohammad Hassb
Birthdate: 1972
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al Zawraa
Position: Midfielder
Ex-club(s): Shabab Al Sahel(LEB)
Info: Adnan Mohammad is a forceful midfielder who provides vision, pace and skill to the midfield. Adnan was brought into the national team after the disappointment of not qualifying for France'98. The versatile player who is capable of playing on both flanks, in attacking or defensive midfield, was a regular during the 2000 Asian Cup in Lebanon, but was omitted from Iraq’s 2002 World Cup qualifying squad by Milan Zivadinovic after the dismal display in the 4-1 defeat by Japan in the quarterfinals. The Al Zawraa player was one of the best foreigners in the Lebanese league, playing alongside his Iraqi player Mahmoud Majid in a talented side. Abou Sa'adiyyah as he is sometimes known, was one of the star players at Shabab Al Sahel helping the club to its first trophy in its 35 year history in 2000. The midfielder who gets his fair share of goals and is always capable of setting up a chance for the strikers, rejoined Al Zawraa after the Lebanese club did not offer him a new contract.

Name: Abdul-Jabar Hashem Hanoon
Birthdate: 1970
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al Qowa Al Jawia
Position: Libero/Defender
Ex-club(s): N/A
Info: Jabar Hashem is one of the great stalwarts of Iraqi football and the national team during the 1990s.Jabar was regular in the national team during Iraq’s 1994 World Cup qualifying campaign in Doha, Qatar alongside Samir Khadum, Radhi Shnishel and Saad Abdul-Hamed. In the 1996 Asian Cup in U.A.E, Jabar helped Iraq to the quarterfinals. He was a member of the Iraqi squad that lost twice to Kazakhstan, home and away in 1997 during the 1998 World Cup qualifiers.The Al Jawia player was brought back into the Iraqi national team by Adnan Hamad for 2000 West-Asian Championship in Amman, Jordan, Jabar who had been used sparely by Najeh Hemoud during his time as coach, but was given his place back in the team by Hamad. In his first game against Lebanon, he was credited with an own goal in the first 20 minutes. Jabar played in the 2000 Asian Cup in Lebanon, were he was heavily criticised for his performances, which later resulted in being dropped for the World Cup qualifiers by Milan Zivadinovic.

Name: Hamza Hadi Muhsin
Birthdate: 20.11.69
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al Qowa Al Jawia
Position: Libero/Defender
Ex-club(s): Racing Club, Safa(LEB)
Info: Hamza Hadi is an intelligent player, who is strong in the air and on one-on-one situations. The dead ball specialist was a member of the Iraqi Under-20s that participated in the 1989 World Youth Cup in Saudi Arabia winning their group before losing 2-1 to the USA. Hamza was brought back into the national team by Adnan Hamad during the 2000 West-Asian Championship in Amman, Jordan to plug the gap left by former Iraqi Captain Radhi Shnishel. He is a player who likes to venture forward, which demonstrated when he scored a stunning goal against Jordan, all from 25 yards in a 4-1 rout, which won him an award for the best goal of the West-Asian Tournament. Hamza missed the all-important penalty in the 4-3 West-Asian Championship semi-final penalty shoot-out defeat by Syria. He was one of many players criticised for the 4-1 defeat by Japan in the quarterfinals, Hamza kept his place in the World Cup qualifiers squad until Milan Zivadinovic was sacked and new coach Adnan Hamad dropped him.

Name: Hicham Mohammad Fayad
Birthdate: 10.5.74
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al Zawraa
Position: Forward
Ex-club(s): Ramadi, Al Ahli(U.A.E)
Info: Hicham Mohammad is a player capable of operating wide on the right or in a central or deep attacking role wide.A tricky player with variety of skills and magnificent pace, which he uses to beat defenders with ease. He joined Al Ahli of U.A.E in the summer of 1999, after scoring 3 goals in the Pan-Arab Games in Amman, Jordan helping Iraq to the final and another 7 in the 3rd Al Sha'ab Friendship tournament in Sharjah, U.A.E for Al Zawraa which earned him the award of the player of the tournament but rejoined Al Zawraa after only a few months in the Emirates after a succession of poor performances & injuries. After never been given a clear opportunity in a Iraqi jersey by former coaches Najeh Hemoud and Milan Zivadinovic, Hicham was thrown a lifeline by Adnan Hamad who gave him a starting place against Macao ahead of regular striker Qahtan Chatir alongside Sabah Jeayer. Hicham took his chance scoring 5 goals in the game helping Iraq to a 8-0 trashing over their group rivals.

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