Maccabi Haifa 2010/11 home - Mohammad Ghadir #16 (Israeli Premier League)

Match worn/issued Maccabi Haifa 2010/11 long sleeve home shirt, issued to or worn by Druze-Israeli striker Mohammad Ghadir #16 in an Israeli Premier League match during the 2010/11 season. He scored 6 goals in 22 league matches (primarily off the bench) as Maccabi won it's last league championship to date.

In the previous season (2009/10), as an 18-year old, he made history by being the first Druze player to ever play in the Champions League, and crucially helped Maccabi to qualify to the Champions League group stage for the second time in its history by scoring goals in both home and away legs of the playoff round against Red Bull Salzburg. He played in all 12 of Maccabi's Champions League matches that season, scoring 3 goals in 6 qualification matches (the other goal against Glentoran in the first qualifying round) and none in 6 group stage matches, having started in 9 of those 12 matches.

However, his performance declined in the following seasons; he would go out on several loan spells before finally leaving the club permanently in 2015. A Maccabi Haifa youth team product, he scored a total of 24 goals in 133 appearances for Maccabi Haifa in all competitions.

Mohammad Ghadir in action during the 2010/11 season

Mohammad Ghadir in action during the 2010/11 season