Somali National Football team captain Mohamed Ali has completed his signing for the English club Southport FC.
Mohamed joins Southport after two seasons in the Vanarama National League North with Curzon Ashton, establishing himself as an accomplished performer at this level.
The club manager said he is excited about his new talented defender.
“I’m really pleased to add Mo to our squad, he’s a versatile defender who has really come into his own at this level during his time at Curzon.
“For someone who is still young he has got plenty of experience and I’m sure there’s still plenty to come from him as a player. His performances have consistently been assured, he’s got an excellent reading of the game and he will be a big player for us next season. “he club manager.
Born in Zeist, the Netherlands, the 25-year-old has been capped seven times at his national team, being named man of the match in the nation’s first-ever World Cup qualifying win against Zimbabwe in September last year.
He moved to the UK in 2013, having learned his trade at Alphense Boys, making his first-team debut in the third level of Dutch football at 18, whilst also representing ADO Den Haag