Winger makes move on season long loan from Port Vale
Northampton Town signed winger Kaid Mohamed on a season long loan from Port Vale.
The 29 year old Cardiff born Mohamed, who plays on either flank and can also operate up front, spent the early part of his career in Welsh football before being handed a professional contract by Swindon Town in June 2007.
From Swindon he was loaned out to Torquay United, before joining Forest Green Rovers. He moved to Bath City and helped them to win promotion at the end of the 2009–10 season, scoring the only goal of the play-off final.
He left Bath for AFC Wimbledon in March 2011, and played for the Dons in their Conference play-off final victory.
He signed with Cheltenham Town in June 2011, and played in two League Two play-off campaigns as he scored 18 goals in almost 100 games for the Robins before transferring to Port Vale in June 2013. He was loaned back to Wimbledon in November 2013, making 5 appearances, and then to Bristol Rovers in January 2014, scoring four times in 21 games.
Mohamed is known for his pace, power and trickery.