Zahran: Ajman players will reach harmony in the fastest time ... and the contracts are good

Ajman lost its last friendly meeting in the Sharjah Games against Kalba. Photography: Osama Abu Ghanem

The Ajman team will enter the final stage of its preparations for the new season, which will start with the Fujairah meeting next Thursday as part of the go-to matches for the Arab Gulf Cup for Football. The players rested yesterday after the end of participation in the Sharjah Quadruple Tournament, during which Al-Orange played three matches against Sharjah, Fujairah and Ittihad Kalba.

Ajman defender Hassan Zahran confirmed in a press statement that his team was in dire need of "the Sharjah tournament, which provided us with strong matches that would undoubtedly have a great impact in raising our level of preparation for the new season." He praised Ajman's mandates, saying, "The team's contracts were good at the level of foreigners, as they came from strong patrols, and what we lack is only harmony, which we will reach as soon as possible."

He added, "Certainly, these matches are not enough and the weather conditions do not allow intensifying training and matches. In this tournament, we started gradually with a three-round system at a rate of half an hour for each half." He expressed the players' desire to appear strong this season and avoid the setback that haunted the team at the end of last season.

It is reported that Ajman achieved mixed results in the Sharjah friendly championship, where it beat Sharjah 2-1, then drew with Khorfakkan, before losing to Kalba with a big score of 4-1, as coach Ayman Al-Ramadi aims to reach the required readiness before the start of the season, and test Most of the players.

Ajman achieved mixed results in the friendly quartet tournament organized by Sharjah.

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