Nabil Aslam

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Nabil Aslam
Personal information
Full name Mohammad Nabil Aslam
Date of birth (1984-08-03) August 3, 1984 (age 33)
Place of birth Kongens Lyngby, Denmark[1]
Height 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current team
Værebro BK 1968
Youth career
2004–2005 Brøndby IF
2005–2007 BK Frem
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2003–2008 BK Frem 73 (1)
2003–2004 Hvidovre IF (loan) 12 (0)
2008–2015 AC Horsens 98 (2)
2014–2015 AB København (loan) 8 (0)
2015 Svebølle B&I
2015 Kalundborg GB
2016–2017 Glostrup FK
2017– Værebro BK 1968
National team
2015 Pakistan 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 February 2015
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 12 March 2015

Mohammad Nabil Aslam (Urdu: محمد نبيل اسلم‎; born 3 August 1984[1]) is a Pakistani footballer who plays as a defender for Værebro Boldklub 1968. A versatile defender, Aslam primarily is a centre back, although he is a capable full back on either side. Physically strong and composed, he garnered a reputation as a tough-tackling, versatile defender.

Club career[edit]

BK Frem[edit]

Aslam started his career at Brøndby IF before moving to BK Frem where he developed from the youth ranks to the main team. After spending a few seasons at Frem he left the club.

Loan to Hvidovre IF[edit]

Aslam was loaned out to Hvidovre IF in February 2004 together with his teammate Ali Sheihi. His season at Hvidovre was so good, that Frem wanted to get him back and playing him on the second team.[2]

Back to BK Frem[edit]

After he went back from his loan stay, he established himself as an important player for the first team squad and was rewarded with a contract until 2007.[3] Be became a very important player for the club and extend his contract once again, when it expired in 2007. Despite his young age, he 100 matches for the club, before leaving it in the summer 2008.

AC Horsens[edit]

He joined AC Horsens in July 2008[4] and established himself as an integral part of the team reaching the final of 2011–12 Danish Cup, later helping Horsens reach the Europa League play-off round in the 2012-13 season.

After only 2 days at the club, he suffered from an injury in his back.[5] After 10 league matches in his first season, he extended his contract in the summer 2009 until 2012.[6] AC Horsens was relegated to the Danish 1st Division in after his first season.

Aslam had a good 2009/10 season until October, where he unfortunately slammed his shoulder out of joint and was out for the rest of the year.[7] He went back from the injury in February 2011. AC Horsens was promoted back to the Danish Superliga after this season.

But the new season in the Danish Superliga didn't start well for Aslam. In August 2011, he suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury[8] He was out for two months. In January 2012, he extended his contract once again, this time until 2015.[9] In the 2012/13 season, Aslam suffered many injuries.

After Johnny Mølby was appointed as the manager for the 2013/14 season, Aslam revealed that he wanted to leave the club because he didn't expect to play.[10] He remained at the club but got injured once again. After only 7 games for the club in the Danish 1st Division, his contract was terminated by AC Horsens in May 2014 Horsens ophæver med Aslam]‚, 22 May 2014 He played 116 games in the yellow shirt.

In February 2015, he was called by Pakistan national team to play for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Yemen.[11] He made his debut for Pakistan in a 3–1 defeat against Yemen in the first-leg of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.[12]


Aslam signed for AB in August 2014 on a free transfer.[13] In December 2014, AB announced that Aslam wouldn't continue at the club for the rest of the season, but instead would be playing for at Thailand club. However, they didn't confirm which club he was going to play for.[14]

Svebølle B&I[edit]

Three months after he left AB, he signed for Danish 2nd Division club Svebølle B&I.[15]

In October 2015, Aslam together with Ken Fagerberg was invited to play a friendly match for Jönköpings Södra IF.[16]

Kalundborg GB[edit]

Aslam joined Denmark Series club Kalundborg GB in July 2015.[17]

Glostrup FK[edit]

He joined Glostrup FK for the 2016/17 season[18]

Værebro BK 1968[edit]

Aslam joined Værebro Boldklub 1968 for the 2017/18 season.[19]

Violence episode[edit]

In June 2010, the AC Horsens players were out celebrating their promotion to the Danish Superliga for the 2010/11 season. Their happened some things at the nightclub and Aslam was arrested together with his teammate Martin Spelmann. He was later sentenced 30 days in prison and 30 hours of community service. AC Horsens chose not to punish him.[20]

Aslam recognized, that he that night punched a man in the face but that it was to defend himself. Anyway, he was charged.

After the episode, Aslam said “Of course I regret my action and I am ready to take my Punishment.”



AC Horsens[21]


  1. ^ a b Nabil Aslam at
  2. ^ Frem tjekker op på egen spiller‚, 4 May 2005
  3. ^ Forsvarstalent forlænger med Frem‚, 8 December 2004
  4. ^ Nabil Aslam skifter til Horsens,, 27 May 2008
  5. ^ Aslam blev skadet på anden dag i Horsens‚, 2 July 2008
  6. ^ Horsens forlænger med forsvarer‚, 1 July 2009
  7. ^ Aslam i smertehelvede‚, 31 October 2010
  8. ^ Lang pause til AC Horsens-profil‚, 11 August 2011
  9. ^ AC Horsens forlænger med forsvarsprofil,, 2 January 2012
  10. ^ Horsens-spiller vil væk,, 16 July 2013
  11. ^ Malaysian club refuses to release Zesh for Pakistan's World Cup qualifier Retrieved on 14 August 2015.
  12. ^ 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Individual mistakes cost Pakistan the win, says Bashir Retrieved on 14 August 2015.
  13. ^ Nabil Aslam signs for Danish 1st Division side AB‚, 30 August 2014
  14. ^ AB-forsvarer tager til Thailand,, 23 December 2014
  15. ^ Nabil Aslam rykker til Svebølle,, 23 March 2015
  16. ^ Aslam og Fagerberg nærmer sig svensk klub,, 28 October 2015
  17. ^ Kalundborg sikrer sig Aslam,, 9 July 2015
  18. ^ Pulje 1 / 184203‚, 13 August 2016
  19. ^ 1 Senior‚
  20. ^ [1]‚, 17 September 2010
  21. ^ "Nabil Aslam". Soccerway. Retrieved 24 March 2015. 

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