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Rahim Ayew


Ibrahim Ayew also known as Rahim Ayew (born 16 April 1988 in Tamale) is a Ghanaian footballer, currently playing as an attacking midfielder from the right or left, for El Zamalek in the Egyptian Leagu

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Created: 9th Jun 2010
Modified: 9th Jun 2010
Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Ghana Football Association
Professional footballer

Biographical Information
Rahim Ayew
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Apr/16/1988
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Ghana


Ayew began to play football at Adisadel College, later started his profi career with his father's team Nania F.C. and was in January 2009 transferred to Eleven Wise. He agreed to sign for German club TSG Hoffenheim, signing on a three and a half year contract, but the deal never materialized.

On 17 June 2009, after much speculation, the 21-year-old Ghanaian national player joined from Sekondi Wise Fighters to Egyptian giants El Zamalek FC, where he signed a five-year contract.

International career

Ayew has played for Ghana at the U-17, U-20,U-23 and the Senior Team levels. He was also called up for the Friendly game from the Ghana national football team against Mali national football team and plays the game alongside his younger brother André Ayew. He also played in the just ended African cup of nations in Angola and placed 2nd in the 2010 tournament.

He also featured in the CAF African Nations Cup Tournament (CHAN) and placed 2nd again in that tournament with Rahim voted twice as Man of the match in 2009.

Source: Wikipedia

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