Iraqi footballer Ahmed Radhi dies from coronavirus

The renowned former Iraqi national team star, Ahmed Radhi, died from coronavirus infection on Sunday.


A source close to the family of Ahmed Radhi said that the star of the national team died today, in a hospital in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, after his deteriorating health condition as a result of infection with coronavirus.


Ahmed Radhi was born on April 21, 1964, his talents emerged at an early age with the Al-Zawraa club, where his brilliance was witnessed, after starring in the Palestine Youth Cup, which was the beginning of his Arab fame, which was held in Morocco in 1983, and after that he played with the national team and continued to shine with the first team, where he had a role in bringing Iraq to the 1986 World Cup, and he won the ...
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