UAE coach Van Marwijk has called up Omar Abdulrahman "Amuri" to the squad that will leave on Wednesday for Kuala Lumpur to face Malaysia in the joint qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Asian Cup.
This will be the first official match for the UAE after his last participation in the finals of the Asian Cup hosted by the state earlier this year, as Amouri missed the tournament and the team for almost a year after a severe injury in the cruciate ligament he suffered while playing with Al Hilal in a match against Al Shabab in the Saudi league early last season.
He recalled coach Marvik, Amouri, in the camp recently held by the team in Bahrain, during which the team played two friendlies first against the Dominican Republic team and ended with the victory of our team four goals scored by Khalil Ibrahim (two goals) and Bandar Ahbabi and Jassim Jacob, while winning the second match against Sri Lanka five goals against The goal came through Ali Mabkhout (3 goals) and Ahmed Berman and Ali Saleh.
`` Amouri's participation is one of the most important gains made during the camp, '' said Ismail Rashid, the national team's first national team manager, adding that the technical team was assured of the player's readiness and ability to participate in the next stage to contribute with his colleagues in leading the White to qualify through joint qualifiers.
Ali Khasif, Salim Rashid, Khalifa Al Hammadi, Khalfan Mubarak, Ali Mabkhout, Omar Abdul Rahman, Mohammed Al Attas, Zayed Al Ameri (Al Jazeera) Mohammed Al Shamsi, Hamdan Al Kamali, Mohammed Barghash, Khalil Al Hammadi (Al Wahda) Khaled Issa, Mohammed Shaker, Ahmed Berman, Bandar Al Ahbabi (Al Ain) Al Hassan Saleh, Majid Sorour (Sharjah) Walid Abbas, Ismail Al Hammadi (Al Ahli Dubai youth) Habib Al Fardan, Tariq Ahmed, Jassim Yacoub (Al Nasr) Ali Saleh, Ali Salmeen (Al Wasl) Hassan Al Muharrami (Bani Yas).