Ajman midfielder Mohammed Al Shehhi confirmed that the orange players pledged with the management and the technical staff on the first day of the team's gathering to start preparations for the launch of the new league, by providing an exceptional season to erase the unsatisfactory image that the team appeared in the canceled season.

Ajman players had been involved in training last Saturday evening, at the start of preparing for the new season, in the presence of a full-fledged citizen players, with the exception of Ghanaian William Oso, who is still in his country.

Al-Shehhi told «Emirates Today»: “We promise the Ajman fans to watch a different season for the orange, especially after the strong reinforcements that the club has made at the level of national players, and we expect the club to bring foreign players at a high level as happens in every season. The club has the ingredients that make Ajman able to achieve its goals in all the new season, most notably the administrative and technical stability, and the team maintains the basic structure of the citizen players in particular.

On the technical impact that could happen to the orange after the big changes in its formation that are witnessed in the coming season, he said: «There is great confidence on the part of the club’s management in the Egyptian coach, Ayman Al Ramadi, and this confidence gave the technical staff that the adjustments he deems appropriate to serve the team, The changes are the year of football, it is possible for players to stay and leave for others, but in the end there are goals that the club plans to achieve the results it aspires to in every season. Ajman dispensed with a number of its national players, most notably defender Waheed Ismail, whose contract expired and was not renewed, and Muhammad Sabeel, who moved to the Union Club Kalba in a free transfer, Ali Khamis, Abdullah Al-Jamhi, Abdullah Malallah and Muhammad Yaqoub.

And on how Ajman players received training in the shadow of the Corona pandemic, he stressed: “There was a state of anxiety that affected the players before the start of the training and this is normal because the players do not fear themselves from the Corona virus, as much as they are concerned with ensuring the safety of their families and their families, but after that We arrived at Rashid Bin Saeed Stadium, fears dissipated in light of the strict “health protocol” issued by the Football Association and implemented by Ajman Club very professionally, through sterilization, taking into account the spacing, and other measures that maintain the safety of the players, and I imagine that with the passage of days it will become normal For all players in the Professional League clubs.

Mohamed Al-Shehhi stressed that all the players went out very tired after the first training session due to the long period in which they moved away from training, and I imagine that the technical staff starting the preparation period early was imperative to restore the players physical and technical readiness.

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