Name: Kaid Mohamed
Date of Birth: 23/07/1984
Club: Cheltenham Town
Previous Clubs: Cwmbran Town, Llanelli, Carmarthen Town, Swindon Town, Torquay United (loan), Forest Green Rovers, Newport County (loan), Bath City, AFC Wimbledon.
What do you remember about your first ever match?
I started out at youth level in Wales then went straight into the Welsh Premier League. All I can remember about my first game is that it was very physical.
Who was your childhood hero?
Ian Wright. He is my favourite striker; I always wanted to be like him.
When did you realise you had a chance to progress in the game?
I always believed in myself but I never turned professional until I was 23 - I went the long way around. It was tough but I love playing football. I enjoy it so much and I can't wait for Saturday to come around for some game time. As soon as the game is finished I'm gutted and can't wait until the next one.
Which coach has had the biggest influence on your career?
I would probably say my gaffer now, to be honest, Mark Yates. Last season was probably my best to date and he believed in me and played me in my best position.
What did you spend your first wage packet on?
I think it was some nice wheels for my car.
Does your squad number have a special meaning to you?
Yes, I have always had number 23 wherever I've been - I was born on the 23rd and I just love the number 23.
Who did you last swap shirts with?
I think the last time I swapped shirts was at Tottenham Hotspur, I got Aaron Lennon's.
How has the game changed for the better since you became a pro?
I honestly think there are just a lot of better players out there now. Everyone's more intelligent on the pitch, with a better touch, and players are a lot stronger.
If you could have coached yourself when you were a teenager, what advice would you have passed on?
Never give up. Like I said, I didn't turn pro until I was 23 so just keep believing in yourself.
If you stay in the game at the end of your career, what will you do? a) Manager b) Coach c) Scout d) Physio e) Pundit?
I wouldn't mind doing my coaching badges, I was thinking about doing them this season.
What do you want to be best remembered for at the end of your career?
An exciting player with pace and power and someone who made things happen on the pitch.
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