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Ahmed Yasin was born on 22 April, 1991 in Baghdad, Iraq, is an Iraqi footballer. At 30 years old, Ahmed Yasin height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Occupation Player
Ahmed Yasin Age 31 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 22 April 1991
Birthday 22 April
Birthplace Baghdad, Iraq
Nationality Iraq

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Ahmed Yasin worth at the age of 31 years old? Ahmed Yasin’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Iraq. We have estimated Ahmed Yasin's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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On 29 January 2019 it was confirmed, that Yasin had re-joined BK Häcken on a one-year contract.


In January 2018, Yasin returned to AIK, on first appearance helped in win team, scored goal against Syrianska in Svenska Cupen.


Ahmed joined Qatari club Muaither on a 4-month loan following the end of the Swedish league. Ahmed expressed his wish to maintain his fitness and to move to an area with a warmer weather. Ahmed made his debut on 4 January against Lekhwiya. He scored his first and second goal for his club on 10 February as he helped Muaither come back from 2-0 down to draw 2–2 against Al-Khor. Ahmed Yasin scored four goals and provided a further 6 assists in 13 QSL games for the club, but it was not enough as Muaither finished second to last with 20 points and were relegated from the Qatar Stars League. Yasin confirmed on 24 April 2017, that his time at Qatar was done 5 weeks before his contract expired and he turned back to AIK. he was forced to wait until the registration window in 15 July.


In the winter 2016, Ahmed returned to the Swedish Allsvenskan, Yasin scored two goal and a five assist in 23 games for AIK in league and Cup. and the club finished second place in the league.


In the summer of 2015, Ahmed joined Aarhus Gymnastikforening In the Danish Superliga. Ahmed failed to adopt quickly enough in Denmark, scoring only once and two assist in 17 league appearances, he returned to Sweden mid-season, this time with AIK.


He played 29 games out of 30 in the Allsvenskan for Örebro SK in the 2014 season, scoring two goals and assisting for five goals, and in the 2015 season had started each of Örebro's 13 league games, a major reason why the Swedish club were keen to keep hold of him for next season. But with only six months left on his contract, Ahmed left for Denmark.


Ahmed Yasin Ghani Mousa is the youngest of four footballing brothers. He had been playing football from the age of five, looking up to his brothers – Salar, Araz and Zeid – who, like their younger sibling, had all played for Örebro SK, where Ahmed started playing his youth football. He first learnt football from his brother Salar, who was a football player and a coach.


Ahmed scored his first goal for Örebro in the Svenska Cupen, he scored the equalizer in the 12th minute against Ljungskile SK. He also played more than 15 friendly matches, scoring more than 5 unofficial goals.


In 2010, at age of 19, Ahmed signed a 4-year contract with Örebro SK. He made his official debut in the first team on 6 May 2011, against Kalmar FF in the Allsvenskan.


Ahmed was the captain of the futsal team of BK Forward. Under his direction, BK Forward won the Mariedal Cup in 2010. Ahmed was one of the best players of the tournament, scoring many goals, including two in the final.


In 2008, Ahmed was selected to be part of the Swedish Under-17 national football team, but he did not participate in any matches with the team.


Ahmed started his career in football by joining BK Forward in 2007 at the age of sixteen, where his eldest brother Salar was a coach for one of their youth teams. BK Forward in 2007, a Swedish club in the city of Örebro which plays in the Swedish third tier. He started in the youth teams at the club, and after a year he made his debut with the first team. He broke into the first team in 2009 and made a total of 42 appearances scoring seven goals for the club and even captained the club's futsal team to the 2010 Mariedal Cup, where he netted two goals in the final. After the 2009 season, he was close to signing with Halmstad, and clubs from Portugal.


Ahmed Yasin Ghani Mousa (Arabic: أحمد ياسين غني ‎, [ˈjaːsiːn] ; born 22 April 1991), known as Ahmed Yasin (sometimes romanized as Yaseen), is an Iraqi footballer who plays for Turkish club Denizlispor and the Iraq national team. He joined the Iraqi national team for first time in 2012, after having played for the Iraq U23 team.


The Yasin family had lived on the famous Falastin Street in the Iraqi capital, but had first left Baghdad for Sweden in 1987 at the near end of the Iraq-Iran War. A year after the war ended, the Yasin family returned to their home on Palestine Street believing that their future lay in Iraq but less than 18 months later Iraq was dragged into another war with the US and its allies after Saddam ordered the invasion of Kuwait and the following year the Yasin family left Iraq for the final time.