Kaid Mohamed signed for Cheltenham Town FC ahead of the 2011-12 npower League Two season.
The striker, who enjoyed promotion with AFC Wimbledon in 2011, opted to join the Robins ahead of the new campaign and signed a two year contract with the club. The quick winger spent the early years of his career with Welsh Premier League clubs such as Cwmbran Town, Llanelli and Carmarthen before joining Swindon Town back in 2007.
Mohamed moved to Forest Green in 2008 after spending a period on loan with Torquay United and a handful of appearances at Swindon. Another loan switch to Newport County followed before Kaid linked up with Bath City and last season proved to be his most prolific season yet.
Kaid scored the goal that took Bath City into the BlueSquare Premier and, in total, he netted 26 goals in 65 outings for the club. He left Bath to join AFC Wimbledon in March because he had the ambition of playing in the Football League and his impact was well felt with the Dons. He scored five goals in ten outings for the club including a hat trick in the playoff semi final victory over Fleetwood Town.
Mo scored eleven goals in his first season with Cheltenham and became a much loved figure behind the scenes.