Uzbekistan is friendly at Camp Dubai

The national team is preparing for FIFA days with 29 players ... and Amouri is out of the accounts

The new list sees the absence of a number of players due to injuries and lack of readiness.

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Yesterday, the technical director of the first national football team, Jorge Luis Pinto, announced a new list of 29 players, in preparation for the internal camp in Dubai from the third to the 12th of this month, within the "FIFA Days", and as part of the preparation for the joint qualifiers that qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals and finals. The Asian Cup 2023, which was postponed to next year due to the "Corona" pandemic.

The list saw the return of Al Ain player, Cayo Canedo, who missed the previous camp due to his infection with "Corona".

The list also included Majid Sorour, Adel Al Hosani, Hareb Suhail, Tahnoon Al Zaabi, Khalil Al Hammadi and Muhammad Al Attas, while the team was also absent due to the conditions of injuries and lack of readiness, Omar Abdul Rahman, Abdullah Ramadan, Ali Saleh and Majed Hassan.

The list included 29 players: Ali Khasif, Khaled Issa, Adel Al Hosani, Mohammed Barghash, Abdulaziz Heikal, Khalifa Al Hammadi, Muhammad Marzouq, Ismail Ahmed, Walid Abbas, Faris Jumaa, Youssef Jaber, Salem Rashid, Khamis Ismail, Majed Sorour, Tariq Ahmed Muhammad Al-Attas, Ahmed Berman, Fabio de Lima, Jassim Yaqoub, Bandar Al-Ahbabi, Khalfan Mubarak, Khaled Bawazeer, Tahnoun Al-Zaabi, Khalil Al-Hammadi, Kayo Canedo, Hareb Abdullah Suhail, Ali Mabkhout, Ahmed Khalil and Sebastian Tigali.

During the camp period, the national team will play a friendly international match against the Uzbekistan national team on the 12th of this month, and the national teams committee is making attempts to secure an international friendly match that precedes the confrontation with Uzbekistan on the eighth of this month, after the Kuwaiti national team apologized for the friendly confrontation that was scheduled on the same day. .

The team will begin its gathering tomorrow evening, to perform its daily training at Hamid Al Tayer Stadium in Al Nasr Club, and the camp comes as a continuation of the preparation program, which was launched at the end of last July, with an internal gathering in Al Ain for a period of 12 days, followed by an external camp in the Serbian capital Belgrade for a period of 14 days. During which the technical staff on the physical side, raising the level of physical fitness, and contenting themselves with a lonely friendly experience in front of one of the Serbian clubs.

The Football Association ended all procedures for the camp in accordance with the approved protocol, as all members of the technical and administrative staff and players underwent medical examinations to ensure their safety.

The National Teams Committee is making attempts to secure a friendly pre-match against Uzbekistan, which will be held 

on the eighth of this month.

The national camp starts tomorrow, and continues until January 12.

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