Salam Shaker

Soccer Player

Salam Shaker was born on July 31st, 1986 in Baghdad, Baghdad Governorate, Iraq and is the Soccer Player from Iraq. Discover Salam Shaker's biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affair, family, hobbies, education, career updates, and networth at the age of 36 years old.

Date of Birth
July 31, 1986
Nationality
Iraq
Place of Birth
Baghdad, Baghdad Governorate, Iraq
Age
36 years old
Zodiac Sign
Leo
Profession
Association Football Player
Salam Shaker Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 36 years old, Salam Shaker has this physical status:

Height
191cm
Weight
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Salam Shaker Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Salam Shaker Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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About Salam Shaker

Salam Shaker Ali Dad (born 31 July 1986) is an Iraqi former professional footballer of Feyli descent who plays for Al-Talaba.

He played for the Iraq national football team until 2016.

He was part of the Iraqi team that finished fourth in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.

Salam was first called up to the Iraqi B team in the 2007 King's Cup.

He played his first international match against Jordan in a friendly on 24 January 2008.

Personal life

He is the son of Iraqi international defender, Shaker Ali Dad, who played for the national team and Al-Talaba club in the 1970s and the 1980s.

Club career

Salam started his career at Baghdad based club Al-Karkh SC before transferring to Al Shorta SC in 2004

Shakir started all six of Al-Shorta's 2005 AFC Champions League matches, being subbed off in only one of them. He was signed by Iraqi Premier League club Al-Talaba in 2005.

Salam signed for Al Talaba in 2005 for one season, playing 19 times and scoring one goal.

Salam moved to Kurdish club Erbil in 2006. He remained there for two seasons where he won 2 league titles.

In 2008 Salam joined Qatari Club Al Khor. He remained there for over 7 years and played more than a century of matches.

Salam returned briefly to Al Shorta in 2015 and remained for one season where Al Shorta finished 3rd in the league.

Salam signed for Saudi club Al-Fateh FC in 2015. He made his debut against Khaleej FC on 20 August of that year. He scored his first goal for the club in a 1–0 victory over Al-Taawoun FC in April 2016. Al Fateh narrowly avoided relegation in his first season for the club. Salam and Al Fateh mutually agreed to terminate the contract, citing player's personal reasons to do so.

On 4 July 2016, it was announced that Al-Ittihad Kalba SC would sign Salam Shaker on a free transfer. Salam was named captain of the team for the 2016/17 AGL Season. He scored his first goal for the club on 15 April 2017.

International career

Shakir represented the former Iraqi Olympic side that won the silver medal at the 2006 Asian Games at Doha, and he was called into the national B team for the 2007 King's Cup in Thailand. His debut with the senior team came in January 2008, when he played a defensive role in Iraq's 1–1 friendly draw with Jordan.

Shakir made two appearances in Iraq's qualifying campaign for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. He played the entirety of the 1–1 draw against China before starting again in the 1–0 loss to Qatar.

Shakir later became a frequent starter for Iraq. He would be first choice center back with Ali Rhema. Shaker played in all the 2014 World Cup qualification matches.

Salam Shaker was the starting center back for Iraq in the 2015 Asian cup as the team finished fourth. He scored the deciding penalty Vs Iran in the Quarter final of the competition.

On 29 March 2016, hours after captaining Iraq to a 1–0 win over Vietnam in the joint AFC and World cup qualification, Salam Shaker announced his retirement from international football, citing his reason to allow younger players the opportunity to represent the Iraqi national team.

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