Jehad Al Baour
Jehad Al Baour is a Syrian professional footballer debuted from Al-Jaish who currently plays for Al-Ramtha and Syria national football team as a defender.
Early Life and Career
A native of Damascus, Syria, Jehad Al Baour was born on 27th of June 1987. Regarding his nationality, Al Baour is Syrian.
Al Baour started his football career professionally with Al-Jaish, signing his first ever professional contract. He played for the club during 2005-2013. After he was offered from Tripoli, he joined the team. For Tripoli, he played 20 leagues and scored one goal.
In 2014, Al Baour joined Jordanian football club Al-Faislay, where he made ten appearances. In the following year, he played for the Al-Jazeera.
After that he moved to Al-Wehda, signing a contract in 2015. For the Al-Wehda team, he made 36 leagues appearances scoring two goals until mid-2017.
Currently, Al Baour signed with Al-Ramtha, where he plays defender. From hiring to this date, he has made eight appearances and scored a single goal for the club.
He was selected to Valeriu Tita’s 23-man final team for the “2011 AFC Asian Cup” in Qatar; however, Al Baour didn’t make an appearance in any of the three Syrian group games.
Thirty years Syrian footballer Al Baour may be dating someone; however, he keeps his personal matters undisclosed. He has never mentioned as his girlfriend yet. Even he is not active on social networking media sites like Instagram and Twitter. It seems that he doesn't want any media attention in his private life.
As of now, Al Baour’s market value is £180K. The player is pretty good on his financial status, as his current net worth is around $2 million; the estimation has made according to his social media profile and web popularity.