Habib Mohamed

Habib M. Mohamed ( born December 10, 1983 in Tamale ) is a Ghanaian football player.

Mohamed is a young defender who already drew attention to himself with nearly 20 years. In 2006 he got his big break. By 2006, the defender played at right-back in the Ghanaian top club King Faisal Babes from Kumasi including in the African Confederations Cup, where he was the best player in the semifinal game, even though he retired with his team.

Without being preempted in the youth selections or the World Cup qualifiers used, Habib Mohamed was included in the World Cup squad of Ghana for the Football World Cup 2006 in Germany, where he twice over 90 minutes for the Ghanaian national team in action, before it failed due to an injury.

From 2006 he also tried to move abroad and after moving to Israel and Germany not came about, he finally got the Norwegian first division side Molde FK a three-year contract.

For the season 2007/ 08 he moved to Turkey to MKE Ankaragucu.



  • King Faisal Babes (until 2006)
  • Molde FK (since 2006)

Inserts (as of 4 October 2006)

  • 4 inserts for the Ghanaian national team

Title / successes

  • Best defender of the 2004 season in Ghana