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On February 26, 1998, Ghaddar began his youth at Nejmeh. He made his first-team debut two years ago and was a member of the 1999–00 season, the club's first Lebanese Premier League title in over 20 years, after graduating from the youth academy. Ghaddar went on to win another four league titles and two consecutive league top-scoring awards, while establishing his reputation as one of Lebanon's finest strikers over the course of the decade.
Ghaddar joined Bahraini Premier League team Al-Shabab for the 2009–10 season in December 2009. In a 3–1 victory over Muharraq, Ghaddar scored his first goal for Al-Shabab on March 18, 2010. In a 3–1 away victory on 2 April, he scored a brace against Busaiteen in a 3–1 victory. In a 2–1 victory over Malkiya on May 15, Ghaddar scored his second league brace in his second league appearance. The club's five goals in six games at the end of the season helped the club avoid relegation to the second division.
Ghaddar has signed with Egypt's Al Ahly for four years, making him the first Lebanese player to sign for the Egyptian team. Ghaddar debuted for Al Ahly on August 6, 2010 in a 0–0 draw with Ittihad El-Shorta, where he was brought to the field for Mohamed Talaat after 76 minutes. He appeared on the 2010 CAF Champions League team stage in a 2–1 victory over Nigerian side Heartland on September 12, 2010, where he was recalled into the field for Mohamed Fadl in the 76th minute. Ghaddar was released by the club after just six months of his few appearances.
Ghaddar joined Tishreen for the 2010-11 season, but he later joined Al-Jaish the same year.
Ghaddar signed with Malaysian Super League champions Kelantan FA on November 8, 2011 – the club's second-year player. He joined Kelantan on December 29, 2011, scoring a 90th-minute goal in his first appearance in a 3–1 victory over Perak during a pre-season friendly match.
He started scoring three goals but was suspended from Kelantan's Super League squad in February and replaced by Onyekachi Nwoha. He was re-registered to the league squad in April after his stellar debut in the 2012 AFC Cup, scoring six times in four appearances. In a 2–1 win on April 17, 2012, he scored on his return to the Super League against PBDKT T-Team by a penalty.
Ghaddar was a contributor to Kelantan's winning the Malaysia FA Cup for the first time in the final on May 19, 2012. He scored the only goal in the final by converting a penalty in the 58th minute.
After Ghaddar decided not to renew his contract with Kelantan, he signed a one-year deal with FELDA United. On his debut, he scored a goal, which resulted in his team's 1–1 draw against Terengganu in the first round. Ghaddar sustained a back injury in March 2013 and was unable to play for his team; FELDA decided to cut him and sign a new foreigner player during the April transfer window;
After signing a two-year deal with his former club, Kelantan, Ghaddar returned to Malaysia Super League. In his return against Selangor in the first day of the 2014 season, Kelantan defeated Selangor 2–1. Kelantan terminated his employment on April 23rd.
After being announced as one of Kelantan's top import players on January 15, 2017, Ghaddar resigned for the third time. During his 2017 season debut against PKNS, he scored two goals. In 11 games for Kelantan, Ghaddar scored 18 goals.
On May 16, 2017, Johor Darul Ta'zim reported that they had signed an agreement for the transfer of Ghaddar for an undisclosed fee. Ghaddar had been reported to be paid from RM 170,000 to RM 5,000,000 per month, making him Malaysia's highest wage receiver. In a 1-0 victory over PKNS, Ghaddar made his debut for Johor Darul Ta'zim, providing the support for the match's winning goal on May 24.
In a 2–0 home win over Penang on July 1, 2017, Ghaddar scored his first goal for Johor Darul Ta'zim. As his team defeated Sarawak 3-1 on Saturday, Ghaddar scored two goals in five games. He scored two more goals against T-Team on July 22, 2017 and against Perak on July 26, 2017. Ghaddar's season came to an end with five goals in ten league appearances for Johor Darul Ta'zim.
Melaka United expressed an interest in a season-long transfer for Ghaddar in November 2017. Ghaddar turned down Melaka United's bid on November 22, 2017. He was released from the team after the 2017 season.
Ghaddar returned to Kelantan for the fourth time on February 12th, after the transfer window closed on February 11, replacing Morgaro Gomis, who was reportedly wounded. In a 3–2 victory over Perak on February 24, 2018, Ghaddar made his debut in 3–2 victory over Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium. His employment was terminated by mutual consent on May after suffering from ACL injuries and a lack of form.
In 2–1 victory over Sabah on February 2, 2019, Ghaddar made his debut for Malaysian Premier League side Johor Darul Ta'zim II, the reserve team of Johor Darul Ta'zim, scoring a header to equalize the game. In 15 league games, Ghaddar scored seven goals.
Ghaddar returned to Nejmeh in Lebanon on September 7, 2020. He retired in June 2022, at the conclusion of the 20 breaches of the 2021–22 season, aged 38.
Ali El Atat and Ramez Dayoub, two national teammates, accompanied Ghaddar for Lebanon's national under-20 football team.
Ghaddar was part of the Lebanese under-23 team that advanced to the final round of the Asian qualifiers during qualification for the 2004 Summer Olympics.
In a 2–2 draw, Ghaddar scored a goal against the Brazil Olympic team on September 8, 2014, a 2–2 draw.
Ghaddar refused to call up to the national team for a match against Malaysia, where he was playing his club football. He did not appear for the national team for the first time.