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Name: Razzaq Farhan Mousa
Birthdate: N/A
Still Active: Yes
Club: Sharjah SC(U.A.E)
Position: Forward
Ex-club(s): Babil, Al-Qowa Al-Jawia, Bahrain SC(BAH)
Info: Razzaq Farhan is an instinctive goalscorer, whose speed in thought and deed makes up for his size and power. The former Al-Qowa Al-Jawia forward has scored 12 goals in 21 games for the Iraqi national team since making his debut against Lebanon on November 18, 1998, where he scored 10 minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute. Razzaq had a spell at Bahrain Sports Club before joining former Emirates league champions Sharjah SC in 1999, a club who had fallen on hard times resulting in relegation to the 2nd division in 1998/99. His goals helped Sharjah to the 2nd division league title and promotion to the top division, but injured knee ligaments in a league game for his club a month before the Asian Cup in Lebanon and recently had surgery in Germany. He was leading goalscorer with 5 goals during the West-Asian Championship in Amman, Jordan and scored the all-important fourth goal in the Pan-Arab Championship final against Jordan.

Name: Riyadh Mizher Khireedit
Birthdate: 1979
Still Active: Yes
Club: Akha Ahly Aley(LEB)
Position: Defender/Midfielder
Ex-club(s): Al-Karkh
Info: Riyadh Mizher is tall and committed defensive midfielder who has already tasted international action in the Pan-Arab Games in 1999, where he made several appearances as a substitute and even missed a penalty in the shoot-out in the final. Riyadh made his name with the Iraqi Under-21 team that won the Rajiv Gandhi Cup and the U-19 team that participated in the 1998 Asian Youth Championship in Thailand. He was part of the 2000 Iraqi Olympic team which lost out on a place in the 2nd round of the Asian Olympic qualifying section after drawing both games against Saudi Arabia and losing 5-0 to Jordan after having beaten them 4-2 only a few days previously. The former Al-Karkh player joined fellow Iraqi exiles at Lebanese Club Akha Ahly Aley, teaming up with former Al-Qowa Al-Jawia manager Ayub Odisho and Iraqi midfielder Abdul Wahab Abou Alheil. He was recalled by Adnan Hamad for the West-Asian Championship in May 2000 and participated in the a tournament for the Iraqi B team in Indonesia.

Name: Raad Hammoudi Salman
Birthdate: 20.4.58
Still Active: No
Club: Al-Shourta(Played for Koliya Al-Shourta before merger in 75)
Position: Goalkeepers
Ex-club(s): None
Info: Raad Hammoudi is the most successful international goalkeeper in Iraqi football history. The Al-Shourta legend made his international debut in 1976 against Turkey, and later went on to great things with the national team. Raad was an important part of the Al-Shourta side captaining them to the Iraqi League in season 1979/80. He was goalkeeper of the tournament during Iraq's win in the 1979 Gulf Cup, when he conceded just one goal in six games, he was also in goal when Iraq won the Asian Games in 1982. Raad started his career in 1972 when he joined 2nd division club Koliya Al-Shourta, a club which later merged with Shourta Al-Najda and then Aliyat Al-Shourta to form Al Shourta. Raad has played in the Olympics and 1986 World Cup in Mexico, where he played 2 games against Paraguay and Belgium. In 1999, Raad was placed by the German based Federation of Football History & Statistics as Iraq's 4th best player of the century behind the likes of Ahmad Radhi, Hussein Saeed and Habib Jafar.

Name: Radhi Swadi Shnishel
Birthdate: 1965
Still Active: Yes
Club: Al-Sadd(QA)
Position: Libero/Defender
Ex-club(s): Al-Tayaran(Now Al-Qowa Al-Jawia), Al-Zawraa, Al-Ittihad(QA), Sharjah SC(U.A.E)
Info: Radhi Shnishel was born and brought up in Saddam City in Baghdad. He started his footballing career with Al-Tayaran club in Baghdad as a youth player.The intelligent defender once captained an Iraqi Under 20's team and helped them to top their group which included Spain, Norway and Argentina, who they beat 1-0 with Shnishel scoring the winner from a penalty against a side featuring Diego Simeone and Roberto Bonano in the World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia in 1989. Captained Al-Qowa Al-Jawia to the double in season 1996/97, the next season he moved abroad and joined Al-Ittihad of Qatar. In the summer of 1999, he retired from international football after the Pan-Arab Games final loss against hosts Jordan on penalties, he scored Iraq's only penalty in a 3-1 shoot-out loss, but also scored an own-goal during the 90 minutes in a game which ended 4-4. The Iraqi libero was voted into the Asian Cup XI of U.A.E'96 with team-mate Laith Hussein after helping Iraq to the quarter-finals.

Name: Abdul-Rahim Hamed Aufi
Birthdate: 23.5.63
Still Active: No
Club: Al-Jaich
Position: Forward
Ex-club(s): Talaba
Info: Rahim Hamed was a prolific goalscorer who was leading goalscorer in the Iraqi league for three consecutive seasons from 1985 to 1987. He started his career at Talaba before joining Al-Jaich where he gained a reputation as a fantastic goalscorer, cementing himself a place in the Iraqi national squad. Rahim participated in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, playing in the 4-2 defeat by Yugoslavia, he was also part of the Iraqi team that won both the Pan-Arab Games in Morocco and the Arab Championship in Saudi Arabia in 1985. After becoming joint leading scorer with 9 goals alongside Ahmad Radhi and Hussein Saeed in a shortened Iraqi league due to the World Cup qualifiers and other competitions, the Al Jaich forward was called into Iraq’s World Cup squad by Brazilian coach Evaristo de Macedo. In Mexico, Rahim made 3 substitute appearances during the World Cup finals. In 1988 in Amman, Jordan, Rahim helped Iraq to a record 4th Arab Championship after beating Syria on penalties.

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