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						Rashid Mahazi

Rashid Mahazi

Date of Birth April 20, 1992
Age 30 years, 7 months, 27 days
Place of Birth Melbourne
Country Australia
Profession Association Football Player
Horoscope Taurus

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Rashid Mahazi is a famous Association Football Player, born on April 20, 1992 in Australia. As of December 2022, Rashid Mahazi’s net worth is $5 Million. Mahazi signed his first professional senior contract with home town giants Melbourne Victory on 4 October 2013 on a two-year contract, being the fifth signing, following Pablo Contreras, James Troisi, Kosta Barbarouses & Mitch Nichols. Mahazi made his debut at professional level on 12 October 2013 against local rivals Melbourne Heart in a 0–0 draw. He started in the right central midfield role and was given a yellow card at the 41st minute of the match following a challenge, logging 79 minutes before being substituted for injury returning Guilherme Finkler. Mahazi would have to wait four rounds until he could make his second appearance in round six, whilst being on the bench three of those four times. His first away appearance for Melbourne and second start, turned out to be Mahazi’s first full ninety-minute appearance against the Western Sydney Wanderers in a 0–1 loss at Pirtek Stadium, on 16 November 2013. His performance awarded him a first full appearance in front of his home supporters on 23 November, in a 3–0 win over Adelaide United at Etihad Stadium. Mahazi was to make another eleven A-League appearances for Melbourne, bringing the season total to fourteen, logging a total of 1,046 minutes and twelve starts.

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Rashid Mahazi Biography

Rashid Mahazi was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on 20 April 1992 to an Australian mother and Kenyan. Mahazi began his soccer playing for Monash City as a child, where his father was the coach. His father passed away during the 2016–17 A-League season, and this was considered be a factor when Mahazi decided at the season’s conclusion to take a hiatus from the sport. Rashid Mahazi is a Kenyan-Australian football (soccer) player who plays as a Midfielder for Incheon United FC. A natural defensive minded player, Mahazi also played as a right back or as a defensive midfielder as he primarily did in the 2014–15 A-League season, under coach Kevin Muscat in Melbourne Victory’s premiership and grand final victories..

Whilst with Independiente, Mahazi first received public attention in Melbourne after local Herald Sun journalist Matt Windley wrote an article on about Australian footballers playing overseas on 7 January 2013. Upon being released and returning home to Australia, Mahazi signed for Victorian Premier League club Northcote City, where he would make fifteen appearances. At the conclusion of the 2013 season, Mahazi signed his first professional contract with hometown club Melbourne Victory in the A-League, then under Ange Postecoglou weeks before his departure to the Socceroos.

With the offseason departure of Mark Milligan, and with captain Carl Valeri ruled out for the majority of the season due to medical reasons, Mahazi featured in 23 of the Victory’s 28 A-League matches, starting 16 times. Mahazi featured in the 2015 FFA Cup Final victory against Perth Glory, being substituted on at the 84th minute for Guilherme Finkler. In total, Mahazi made 780 passes, won 78 duels, and 110 recoveries throughout the season, and was named as one of the Herald Sun’s top 5 unsung heroes of the A-League season.

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Mahazi featured in both matches as a substitute of the Victory’s 2015 final series campaign. Mahazi was substituted on for Mathieu Delpierre in the 89th minute of the semi final derby against Melbourne City on 8 May 2015. Mahazi’s grand final debut came the week later on 17 May 2015 against Sydney FC, being substituted on for Gui Finkler at the 87th minute.

Rashid Mahazi Net Worth

Rashid Mahazi is one of the richest Association Football Player & listed on most popular Association Football Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Rashid Mahazi's net worth $5 Million.

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Mahazi was selected by coach Kevin Muscat to be part of the victory’s thirty man squad. He was on the bench for play off match against Muangthong United, but featured in all six group stage games, making his Asian and continental debut against Guangzhou Evergrande coming on as a substitute in the 67th minute with the game finishing in a 2–4 loss. He logged a total of 384 minutes, and started in four of these six games, with three being full ninety-minute appearances.

Mahazi featured in both matches as a substitute of the Victory’s 2015 final series campaign. Mahazi was substituted on for Mathieu Delpierre in the 89th minute of the semi final derby against Melbourne City on 8 May 2015. Mahazi’s grand final debut came the week later on 17 May 2015 against Sydney FC, being substituted on for Gui Finkler at the 87th minute.

On 23 July 2016, Mahazi made his unofficial first appearance for the 2016–17 campaign, starting for Melbourne in the club’s inaugural International Champions Cup match against Juventus in the 2016 tournament, in what finished in a 4–3 victory on penalties at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. On 3 August 2016, Mahazi officially commenced the season in the round of 32 of the 2016 FFA Cup, starting for Melbourne against Newcastle Jets winning 3–1. Following the departure of marquee Oliver Bozanic, Mahazi became a regular fixture in midfield to the dismay of supporters, who were critical of his first touch and passing skills. In the regular season’s conclusion, Mahazi made thirteen appearances including five starts.

In the final series, Mahazi was an unused substitute in both the semi and grand final matches, but was awarded runners up medal. It is believed in the grand final that Kevin Muscat planned to have Mahazi be substituted on for captain Carl Valeri but was averted following the contraction of a migraine in the pre game warm up. Days after the club’s loss in the grand final, it was reported that Mahazi was planning to take hiatus from the sport for personal reasons, reportedly turning down a renewal offer from Melbourne as well as two other offers from unnamed clubs. On 12 May 2017, Melbourne confirmed that Mahazi was to depart the football club, having made a total of ninety-four appearances in four separate competitions.

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Rashid Mahazi Height

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Height 5 ft 10 in
Weight 168  lbs
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Ranked on the list of most popular Association Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Rashid Mahazi celebrates birthday on April 20 of every year.

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