Badran Al-Shaqran

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Badran Al-Shaqran
Personal information
Full name Badran Mohammad Al-Shaqran
Date of birth (1974-01-19) 19 January 1974 (age 43)
Place of birth Al-Ramtha, Jordan
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
Al-Ramtha SC
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–2008 Al-Ramtha SC
1995–1997 Kamaz Naberezhnye 24 (0)
2005–2006 Al-Muharraq (12)
2008–2009 Al-Wathba (0)
2009 Ittihad Al-Ramtha
National team
1997–2006 Jordan 48 (29)
Teams managed
2010–2011 Jordan U-23 (assistant)
2013– Jordan U-19 (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2009.

Badran Mohammad Al-Shaqran (born 19 January 1974) is currently a retired Jordanian professional football player. He made his professional debut in the Jordan League in 1993 for Al-Ramtha SC. He played 3 games in the UEFA Intertoto Cup 1996 for FC KAMAZ-Chally Naberezhnye Chelny. He currently coaches Jordan U-19.

Career[edit]

He is one of the previous team-captains of his national team until he retired. The mark of his retirement in playing football took place on 13 July 2011 in Amman at the Amman International Stadium before a friendly match between Jordan and Tunisia in preparation for the 2014 WC qualifications. Before he officially retired, Badran played the first 5 minutes of the match. As match referee blew his whistle after the first 5 minutes to stop the match for Badran to leave the field, Badran gave the captain armband to his old international teammate Bashar Bani Yaseen as well as his #20 jersey to his young teammate of Al-Ramtha SC Hamza Al-Dardour.

Honors and Participation in International Tournaments[edit]

In AFC Asian Cups[edit]

In Pan Arab Games[edit]

In Arab Nations Cup[edit]

In WAFF Championships[edit]

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 19 April 1997 Sharjah  Bahrain 4–1 Win 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
2 23 July 1998 Lebanon  Lebanon 2–0 Win 1998 Arab Cup qualifier
3 22 June 1999 Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia 1–2 Loss 1999 Friendly
4 18 July 1999 Amman  Syria 4–0 Win 1999 Friendly (2 Goals)
5 16 August 1999 Amman  Qatar 3–0 Win 1999 Pan Arab Games
6 23 August 1999 Amman  Lebanon 3–1 Loss 1999 Pan Arab Games
7 25 August 1999 Amman  Iraq 2–1 Win 1999 Pan Arab Games
8 29 August 1999 Amman  Palestine 4–1 Win 1999 Pan Arab Games (3 Goals)
9 31 August 1999 Amman  Iraq 4:4 a.e.t. (4:4, 2:0) 3:1 PSO Win 1999 Pan Arab Games (2 Goals)
10 6 April 2000 Doha  Pakistan 5–0 Win 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 23 May 2000 Amman  Kyrgyzstan 2–0 Win 2000 West Asian Football Federation Championship
12 16 January 2001 ?  Hong Kong 2–0 Win ?
13 28 January 2001 Amman  North Korea 1–0 Win Friendly
14 27 April 2001 Tashkent  Uzbekistan 2–2 Draw 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
15 3 May 2001 Amman  Chinese Taipei 6–0 Win 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 13 February 2002 Ta'Qali  Lithuania 3–0 Win Friendly
17 26 September 2003 Amman  Iran 3–2 Win 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
18 12 November 2003 Beirut  Lebanon 2–0 Win 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
19 18 February 2004 Amman  Laos 5–0 Win 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
20 25 June 2004 Tehran  Iraq 3–1 Win 2004 West Asian Football Federation Championship (2 Goals)
21 21 August 2004 Amman  Lebanon 2–2 Draw 2004 Friendly
22 13 October 2004 Vientiane  Laos 3–2 Win 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (2 Goals)
23 22 February 2006 Amman  Pakistan 3–0 Win 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification

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