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Kaid MOHAMED

A striker signed on a year's contract in August 2007 after a short trial spell, having seemingly being set to join Wrexham, Mohamed joined from Welsh Premier side Carmarthen Town, who he quit to pursue a career in professional football. He made his debut for the Town as a late substitute on the opening day of the 2007/08 season at Northampton, but didn't make his full debut for another two months, starting up front in a 3-1 home defeat by Cheltenham in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

It was another two months before Mohamed would feature in the first team again - when caretaker managers Dave Byrne and Ady Williams experimented in using him on the right side of a midfield five at Southend. The three starts he made in December from this position proved to be his last - new boss Maurice Malpas allowing Mohamed to join Torquay on a two month loan in January. Upon his return, Mohamed made just two more substitute appearances, and though he made it clear that he wanted to stay at the County Ground, Malpas did not renew his contract come the end of the season, and he signed for Conference outfit Forest Green Rovers in July 2008.

PLAYING RECORD:

Season LEAGUE FA CUP LEAGUE CUP OTHER TOTAL
Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls
'07/'08 3 (+8) - (+1) - - - 1 (+1) - 4 (+10) -
TOTAL 3 (+8) - (+1) - - - 1 (+1) - 4 (+10) -


TRANSFER INFORMATION:

DATE IN/OUT TRANSFER DETAIL
1 AUG 2007 IN Carmarthen Town
(unattached)
25 JAN 2008 OUT Torquay United
(loan)
27 MAR 2008 IN Torquay United
(loan return)
30 JUN 2008 OUT (released)
Forest Green Rovers


full name

Kaid Yusef Mohamed


 WALES

date of birth
23 July 1984


           
           
             
             
             
             

usual positions
right-sided attacking midfield

other positions
centre forward

youth career
Ely Rangers 

senior career
Cwmbran Town 
Llanelli 
Carmarthen Town 
Cwmbran Town 
Llanelli 
Carmarthen Town 
SWINDON TOWN
Torquay United (loan)
Forest Green Rovers
Newport County (loan) 
Bath City
AFC Wimbledon
Cheltenham Town
Port Vale
AFC Wimbledon (loan)
Bristol Rovers (loan)
Northampton Town (loan)
Port Talbot Town 
Accrington Stanley
Bath City
Eastleigh
Tamworth (loan)
Kettering Town
Weston-super-Mare