The Rising Star Of English Football
Nourdine Hmaimou is a football player of British origin who plays for Hendon Football Club as a Centre Attacking Midfielder or Right Winger and is also the captain of the team. He started playing football at the age of 10 years, with West HAM Development Club. He was signed for Wealdstone u17/u18 whilst playing for Sunday League Team Aberfeldy.
Nourdine was born in Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, East London, United Kingdom, to Moroccan parents. He went to Culloden Primary School and did his secondary school at Langdon Park. He started his early career while playing with West HAM Development Club, at the age of 10. He was signed to play for Sporting Bengal Academy, which was then managed by an ex-football player, Anwar Uddin. He captained the Langdon Park 6th form college football team during his two years tenure at the school.
University College London debate finalist.
Top goal scorer in year 8 secondary school team.
Player of the year at West Hams development at the age of 11.
Claimed 3rd spot with Sporting Bengal in a tournament in Bedfordshire against Arsenal FC.
Won top goal scorer award.
10 Football League Titles
210 Career Goals
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