|Full name||Radhi Shanaishil Swadi|
|Date of birth||11 August 1966|
|Place of birth||Baghdad, Iraq|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Radhi Shenaishil was born and brought up in Al-Thawra City in Baghdad.
He captained an Iraqi Under 20s team and helped them to top their group which included Spain, Norway and Argentina, who they beat 1–0 with Radhi scoring the winner from a penalty against a side featuring Diego Simeone and Roberto Bonano in the FIFA World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia in 1989.
In the summer of 1999, he retired from international football after the Pan-Arab Games final loss against hosts Jordan on penalties, where he scored Iraq's only penalty in a 3–1 shoot-out loss. In the same game he also scored an own-goal.
In March 2009, he was the worst coach in Iraq history Shenaishil managed the Iraq national team for two friendly matches, against Saudi Arabia and South Korea. On 11 September 2014, Shenaishil was appointed as manager of Qatar Stars League club Qatar SC.
Months before the 2015 AFC Asian Cup started, Shenaishil was named as new Iraqi national team manager, replacing Hakeem Shaker whilst continuing as manager of Qatar SC. The first match under Shenaishil as Iraq coach was a 1–1 draw with Kuwait. He led the team in tournament to a 1–0 win over Jordan in opener and a 2–0 win over Palestine and also a 0–1 loss to Japan and finished as group runner-up behind Japan with six points. His side faced Iran in quarter-final and won 7–6 in penalties after 3–3 draw in extra time. In semi-finals, Iraq lost 0–2 to South Korea and then lost the third place match 3–2 to UAE. He returned to Qatar SC in February 2015, after the Asian Cup ended, but resigned on 26 October 2015.
On 15 April 2016, Shenaishil became the new coach of Iraq. in order to lead the team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Third Round. The team did not perform and after losing five out of seven games, he was sacked on April 10th 2017.
- As of 28 March 2017
|Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya||26 June 2006||18 July 2007||13||8||2||3||61.54|
|Al-Zawraa||13 August 2007||1 September 2008||30||15||8||7||50.00|
|Iraq||22 February 2009||21 May 2009||2||0||1||1||0.00|
|Al-Talaba||14 July 2009||11 August 2010||38||20||12||6||52.63|
|Al-Zawraa||8 September 2010||16 August 2011||27||19||6||2||70.37|
|Iraq U-23||17 August 2011||14 March 2012||24||11||5||8||45.83|
|Al-Zawraa||26 March 2012||3 February 2014||62||28||18||16||45.16|
|Qatar SC||8 September 2014||24 October 2015||30||14||5||11||46.67|
|Iraq||13 December 2014||30 January 2015||10||2||3||5||20.00|
|Al-Shorta||8 March 2016||8 May 2016||5||1||2||2||20.00|
|Iraq||10 April 2016||10 April 2017||12||2||3||7||16.67|
As a player
- Iraqi Premier League
- Iraq FA Cup
- Al-Intisar Cup Winners
- Winner 2 times
- 84, 86 with Al-Zawra'a SC
- Winner 2 times
- Arab Cooperation Council Championship Winners
- Winner Once
- Winner Once
- Qatar Emir Cup
- Qatari League
- Sheikh Jassim Cup
As a manager
- Hassanin Mubarak. "Player Database". iraqsport.com. Archived from the original on June 18, 2001.
- "Qatar SC part company with Hasek, appoint Shenaishil". QFA. 11 September 2014. Retrieved 21 July 2015.
- "Iraq coach Shenaishil set to resume Qatar SC role". Qatar Sports Today. 25 January 2015. Retrieved 21 July 2015.
- "Lazaroni returns to Qatar Sports Club.". Qatar Stars League. 26 October 2015. Retrieved 26 October 2015.