|Full name||Mohamed Latif|
|Date of birth||23 October 1909|
|Place of birth||Egypt|
|Date of death||17 March 1990(aged 80)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Mohamed Latif (Arabic: ;محمد لطيف 23 October 1909 – 17 March 1990) was an Egyptian professional footballer. He played for the clubs Al-Zamalek of Egypt and Rangers F.C. of Scotland, as well as for the Egyptian national team.
Latif helped the Egyptian national team qualify for the 1934 World Cup, scoring three goals against British mandate football team during the qualification rounds. He also played at the finals tournament in Egypt's only match, against Hungary.
After the World Cup, Latif came to Glasgow, as did goalkeeper Mustafa Mansour, possibly at the suggestion of Egypt's national coach, Scotsman James McRea. He played his only Scottish League match for Rangers in the 1935/36 season, against Hibs.
He then worked as Zamalek coach in the 1950s and later. He is most well known for his role as a sports announcer for decades prior to his retirement and subsequent departure.
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