12 Facts About Adnan Ahmed


Adnan Farooq Ahmed is a former footballer who played as a midfielder.


Adnan Ahmed had an 11-year career in football, including a six-year international career in which he scored four goals and won 27 caps.


Adnan Ahmed returned to England, and in October 2011 joined Bradford Park Avenue.


Adnan Ahmed switched to Nelson in May 2012 and returned to Nelson after a brief spell with Droylsden in 2013.


Adnan Ahmed has the unfortunate distinction of being the very first player to be sent off at the Keepmoat Stadium, the new home of Doncaster Rovers.


In January 2007, Adnan Ahmed went to Lincoln City, who had shown an interest in him, on a one-week trial with Huddersfield manager Peter Jackson saying "It will be a good experience for him and will hopefully make him appreciate what he's got here".


Adnan Ahmed was released from the club in May 2007.

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On 25 May 2007, it was announced that Adnan Ahmed had joined Tranmere Rovers side on a free transfer, becoming manager Ronnie Moore's first summer signing of 2007.


Adnan Ahmed went on loan to Vale on 21 January 2009.


However, at the start of 2011, Adnan Ahmed left the side and headed back to England as a free agent after playing just five games for Aboomoslem.


Adnan Ahmed signed with Northern Premier League Premier Division club Bradford Park Avenue in October 2011.


In November 2013, Adnan Ahmed rejoined Nelson after a short spell playing for Conference North side Droylsden.