Haidar Abdul-Razzaq Hassan (9 June 1982 – 5 June 2022) was an Iraqi footballer who represented Sulaymaniya FC and the Iraq national team as a defender.
Haidar Abdul-Razzaq was a gifted defensive player who could fill in a variety of positions.
He started his playing career with the Talaba youth squad in 1995, after which he switched to defense after playing goalkeeper for the Al-Shura youth team.
He was one of five players called up by coach Nazar Ashraf to the Talaba first team in 1996, and Adnan Hamad called him up to the Iraqi Under-17s two years later.
He also played for the Iraqi Under-19s under the same coach, helping them to a stunning AFC Youth Championship final victory over Japan.
Milan Zivadinovic called up Haidar for Iraq’s World Cup qualifiers in 2002, and he made his international debut against Lebanon in Beirut on January 31, 2000, in a 0-0 draw.
While Iraq was coached by Croatian Rudolf Belin, he had three more appearances in World Cup qualifiers in 2002 against Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Iran.
In 2002, he joined Al-Ansar in Lebanon, but once the conflict ended, he returned to Talaba and established his spot on the Olympic team’s right-side defense.
Haidar Abdul-Razzaq Wiki, Real Age, Parents, Children, Wife, Career, Net Worth, Cause Of Death
|Cause of Death||Unknown|
|Real Age||39 years|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|