|Full name||Abdisalam Abdulkadir Ibrahim|
|Date of birth||1 May 1991|
|Place of birth||Burao, Somalia|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Playing position||Midfielder , Defender|
|2011||→ Scunthorpe United (loan)||11||(0)|
|2011–2012||→ NEC (loan)||8||(1)|
|2012–2013||→ Strømsgodset (loan)||38||(5)|
|2014||→ Ergotelis (loan)||12||(1)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 11:30, 3 April 2016 (UTC).
Born in the nowadays autonomous region of Somaliland, Ibrahim moved to Norway in 1998. He began his football career as a youth in Norway with Øyer-Tretten before eventually moving to Lørenskog, where he played for Fjellhamar. He got his debut for Fjellhamar's senior team in 2006.
In early 2007, Ibrahim signed a four-year deal with Manchester City's youth academy, effective from 1 July 2007. In the spring of 2008, he was on the winning team in the FA Youth Cup final, as Manchester City beat Chelsea 4–2 on aggregate.
Ibrahim made his senior debut starting on 24 January 2010, in the FA Cup game against Scunthorpe United. He was on the bench in the 3–1 defeat to Manchester United in the League Cup semi-final at Old Trafford, as well as the match against Portsmouth at Eastlands on 31 January. On 21 February 2010, he made his Premier League debut as a substitute for Manchester City in a 0–0 draw against Liverpool. Ibrahim was rewarded with a new contract on 7 April 2010, which tied him to the club until 2014. Ibrahim made his League Cup debut and first starting appearance at West Brom on Wednesday, 22 September 2010.
On 31 July 2011, it was announced that he would join Dutch Eredivisie side NEC on a season-long loan deal. Ibrahim featured in two cup matches and had eight Eredivisie spells scoring one goal before the loan deal was terminated on 22 March on mutual consent because Ibrahim had trouble with his role on the bench for most of the season.
Ibrahim spent the second half of the 2012 season on loan with Strømsgodset, before he again was on six-month loan to Godset in January 2013. In the 2013 season, Ibrahim played 17 matches for Strømsgodset when the team won the Tippeligaen, which was his first title as a pro.
On 24 January 2014, Ibrahim announced that he is joining Greek champions club Olympiacos for the next 3.5 years. Ibrahim made just one appearance for the Greek champions and he immediately joined Superleague club Ergotelis on loan until the end of the season  On the beginning of 2014-15 season he returned to Olympiakos.
After being released on a free transfer from Olympiacos, Ibrahim signed a two-year contract with the Greek club Veria on 24 August 2015.  Ibrahim debuted on 29 August 2015 in an away 0–2 win against Panthrakikos. He was sent off against his former club, Olympiacos on the 31st October 2015.
Back to Norway
At international level, Ibrahim has represented Norway at every age group from Under 15 to Under 21. He is still eligible for both his native country Somalia as well as his adopted country, but has stated a desire to represent the Norwegian national team if called up. On 15 January 2014, he made his debut with the national team in a 2-1 away friendly win against Moldova.
Abdisalam has an older brother, Abdirashid Ibrahim, a semi-professional footballer formerly of FC United of Manchester and Rossendale United. He also has a little brother, Abdijabar Ibrahim, who attends ESSA Academy, and a sister called Farhiya Ibrahim. Ibrahim was an Arsenal fan when growing up and Patrick Vieira was his hero and more recently Yaya Toure. His nickname is Abdi. Within a few weeks in the late spring of 2013, his younger sister died and Ibrahim became a father for the first time.
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- Υπέγραψε για 2 χρόνια ο Ιμπραϊμ
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