Athletes: the emergence of a new generation of gold to support the team «weak»
Athletes ruled out the emergence of new stars of the national players in the next season will be a real extension of the golden generation, which approached most of the players from entering the decade of age 3. They said it is not expected the emergence of the talents of a citizen able to reproduce the experience that benefited from football
Athletes have ruled out the emergence of new stars from next season's national players who are a true backer of the golden generation, most of whose players are close to entering the third decade.
They said it was not expected the emergence of the talents of a citizen capable of replicating the experience that benefited UAE football by building a strong team.
At the same time, they demanded more administrative and technical attention in clubs and teams in order to ensure the continued appearance of talent.
They said to «Emirates Today» that «re-review the list of participation of resident players exploited by clubs to contract with foreign players from outside the state, and restricted them in the statements as residents», stressing that this will have a clear impact in the absence of stars citizens, because each team Will depend on four foreign players and resident players, which will reduce the number of citizens on the pitch to five, and that each coach will rely on experienced players instead of giving the opportunity to players up.
The sports street still awaits the emergence of new stars in order to follow the footsteps of the "Golden Generation" team that has provided its players. For example, goalkeeper Ali Khaseef, 32, goalkeeper Khaled Issa, 29, midfielder Mohammed Abdulrahman, 30, 30, and defender Fares Juma has reached the age of 30, while Ismail Matar is the largest player of the Golden Generation by the age of 36.
"The emergence of a new generation of national players in the new season can compensate the golden generation, some of whose players have reached the age of three," said sports analyst Mohammed Matar Gharab. "At the same time, Raising the number of foreign players to six to five citizens on the pitch. "It is difficult to show the stars of new citizens in the new season. The space for participation for citizens will be less for the benefit of foreign players and residents. The big clubs have a large number of national players but do not give them the chance to participate in matches," he said. As it is, the national team will be affected by the absence of new stars ».
He called on the sports analyst Union Football to review the list of participation of resident players, expressing concern about the recruitment of foreign players clubs and give them residence and pay them the next day of registration as resident players, and said: "In order not to be affected is the team and clubs that participate in the AFC Champions League, The list of players residing extensively is reviewed. "
Sultan Gharib, a former Al Wasl board member who has pointed out the difficulty of new stars in the next season, can be used to build a new and reliable team to continue the golden age of the 2013 Gulf Cup and reach the semi-finals of the Asian Cup 2015 in Australia and 2019 in the UAE.
"There needs to be more administrative and technical attention to building the new system, because at the moment we are still in a state of constant confusion, and in my estimation the golden generation has appeared by accident, but with So continuity in its construction will be new generations ».
Al-Ain former player and sports analyst Juma Khater went in the same direction, asserting that the new season will not provide new players who can be relied upon in the coming years to be a true supporter of the first team. He said that the emergence of national players will be difficult and he believes that the new season will continue Players such as Al-Jazira striker Ali Mabkhout, team mate Khalfan Mubarak and goalkeeper Khaled Issa. "We must hope that new talent will emerge despite the difficulty," he said.