Sharjah Sports Council announced the signing of an agreement with the Spanish football club Deportivo Leganes, which plays in the Spanish first division "Laliga", to professionalize Sharjah Club goalkeeper Majid Mohsen Musabeh "born in 1996" year and striker Kalba Union Ahmed Amer Al Naqbi "born in 1998".
The council said that it will hold a press conference tomorrow morning to officially announce the details of the agreement, in which the Secretary General of the Sharjah Sports Council, Issa Hilal Al-Hazami, the Chairman of Sharjah Football Club Mohsen Musabah, the Chairman of the Kalba Football Federation, Ali Hassan Al-Loghani and the presence of players Majid Mohsen Musabbeh and Ahmed Al-Naqbi.
The council said that there will be a press conference to present the players with their new clubs in Spain next Saturday between the legs of the game of Leganes and Barcelona in the 14th round of the La Liga, which will be held at the stadium of Leganes "de Botrac" in the southern suburb of the Spanish capital Madrid.
Hilal said in a press statement that the Sharjah Sports Council's quest to launch a project to professional players from the emirate Basim in European patrols in line with the directives and vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah sponsor of sports and sports.
He pointed out that the success of the Council in this initiative came thanks to the good reputation of the UAE and the international status enjoyed by His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, and this touched everyone after the successful visit of His Highness by any measure to Spain last month.
“The Sharjah Sports Council, chaired by Sheikh Saqr bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, seeks to adopt an integrated project to develop the professional system through ideas outside the box and disciplined mechanisms to help our players and clubs and encourage them to experience external professionalism in European leagues at an early age, which will reflect positively on UAE football ".
In addition, the success of the UAE player abroad will add a reputation and added value to our players in their professional clubs, and thus will be ambassadors of the game abroad to attract more national players, and the professional player will return with the experiences and friction that will be transferred to his teammates and future generations, whether he becomes a coach or Turn to administrative work experience external professional useful by all standards at the level of teams and national teams, provided that it is a real and successful experience, and this is our goal at the Sharjah Sports Council.
The Secretary General of the Sharjah Sports Council said that the agreement will be announced in detail at the press conference. "It is well known that Spain is one of the most advanced countries in football, and has succeeded in recent years in the development of professionalism, especially the interest of young people and the establishment of academies with international specifications attractive to talent from all over the world."
"Spain and many European countries have been able to achieve this great boom through the enactment of flexible laws and legislation of sport in its professional base, making it an attractive environment for investment in the field of sports and opened the door for partnerships to exchange experiences, and this is what we are trying to take advantage of it with a promising club such as Deportivo Leganes An attractive sporting environment, with its high professionalism, transparency and clarity in the work system within the club, in addition to their warm welcome to build relations and ties between us serve the interests of both parties.
"Therefore, we are very interested in launching a platform that represents a breakthrough for further cooperation in the field of academies and others through which we establish Sharjah's leading role in the sports field, as in many areas where our precious emirates are superior.