Emirates Today learned that Al Wasl Football Company sent a letter to the Football Association, requesting that 50 fans of the Khorfakkan Friendly Stadium be allowed tomorrow, at Al Wasl Stadium in Zabeel, in the first games that Al-Asfar agreed to play during the current preparation period.

A source in Al Wasl confirmed that the ball company was keen since the beginning of the preparation period to communicate with the fans of the team, by broadcasting parts of the exercises, via "Instagram", to compensate the public for the inability to attend the training.

He explained: «The stands of Al Wasl Stadium in Zabeel were prepared in a way that is commensurate with the precautions against facing (Corona), sterilizing the seats and adhering to the distance of the social spacing, so Al Wasl addressed the Football Association to agree to the attendance of 50 fans for the Khorfakkan match, so that it is a practical experience and gesture that may contribute to The application of the experience in the friendly matches of other clubs ».

On the other hand, the source denied that Al Wasl had received an offer from Al Ain to sign his top scorer in the last six years, Fabio Lima, on loan, to participate with the "leader" in the Asian Champions, noting that "the panthers" never thought of dispensing with Lima's services.

He said: "The technical staff led by the Romanian Rijekamp adopted the list for the 2020-2021 season, and Lima is among the main names, and the ball company will send the final list to the Football Association in the coming days."

Regarding the readiness of the first team, he said: "Ali Salimin will return to training after two weeks, after the injury, in return, Mohamed Sorour will participate naturally in the training after two weeks as well, while the young defender Abdullah Jassim, and the Brazilian Mendes, will return to participate naturally."

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