Somalia | Mukhtar Ali

Somalia | Mukhtar Ali

First name Mukhtar
Last name Ali
Nationality Saudi Arabia
Date of birth 30 October 1997
Age 22
Country of birth Somalia
Place of birth Muqdisho
Position Midfielder
Height 185 cm
Weight 75 kg
Foot Right
Abdisalam Ibrahim

Abdisalam Ibrahim

Name Abdisalam Ibrahim
Profession Soccer Player
Date of Birth 1970-01-01
Place of Birth Mogadishu,
Somalia
Age
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Birth Sign Taurus

About Abdisalam Ibrahim

Midfielder who joined Olympiacos in 2014 after spending seven seasons with Manchester City. He became a member of the Norwegian national team in 2014.

Early Life of Abdisalam Ibrahim

He spent 2002 through 2007 playing in the youth systems of various Somalian teams before joining Manchester City’s youth system.

Trivia

He was honored at the FA Youth Cup: 1 while playing for Manchester City.

Family Life

He was born in Mogadishu, Somalia.

Associated With

He played alongside Mario Balotelli on Manchester City.

Ayub Daud

Ayub Daud

Name Ayub Daud
Profession Soccer Player
Date of Birth 1990-02-24
Place of Birth Somalia
Age
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Birth Sign Pisces

About Ayub Daud

Somali striker who won Supercoppa Primavera and Torneo di Viareggio titles during his time with Juventus. He later won the Coppa Italia Lega Pro with Lumezzane.

Early Life of Ayub Daud

He moved to Italy at age five and joined the Juventus youth squad in 2000.

Trivia

He won the Golden Boot at the Viareggio Cup World Football Tournament Coppa Carnevale in 2009.

Family Life

His father is Daud Hussein, who played soccer for the Somali national team.

Associated With

He made his Juventus debut replacing Italy’s Sebastian Giovinco during a match in March 2009.

George Alagiah

George Alagiah

Name George Alagiah
Profession TV Show Host
Date of Birth 1955-11-22
Place of Birth Colombo,
Sri Lanka
Age
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Birth Sign Sagittarius

About George Alagiah

British television journalist known for presenting on BBC News at Six, BBC World News, and BBC News at Ten. Since 2010 he has been the host and presenter on GMT.

Early Life of George Alagiah

He spent his childhood in Ghana and moved to England to complete his secondary education at Durham University. He worked at South Magazine and then became the Developing World correspondent at the BBC.

Trivia

As a foreign correspondent, he covered events like the Rwandan Genocide and the civil wars in Somalia and Sierra Leone.

Family Life

He married Frances Robathan in 1984 and they had two children.

Associated With

Among his many interviews was one with President Nelson Mandela of South Africa.