19 players in the new list of the "Futsal" team

From a previous meeting with Khor Fakkan.

From the source

The Futsal Executive Committee announced, in a press release, yesterday that 19 players will be summoned in the new list of the national team, in preparation for the upcoming entitlements.

The new list includes the players: Taher Nasser, Mohammed Fadak, Talib Al-Fazari, Rashid Al Hinai and Ali Al Hammadi from Al Dhafra, Hassan Al Hantoubi, Abdullah Al Shambili, Saud Khaled Al Ali, Omar Al Naqbi from Khorfakkan, Ali Al Khumri, Omar Al Fahim, Rashid Obaid, Abdullah Al Falasi and Abdullah Lakhamri From Shabab Al-Ahly.

It also includes Dibba Al-Hisn players Ali Khamis and Abdullah Al Hosani, Muhammad Al-Raisi from Al-Bataih, Muhammad Ubaid from Al-Nasr, and Hamad Hassan from Al-Ittihad Kalba, and the national team is led by the national coach, Abdul Raouf Omar Al-Marzouki, and the coach is assisted by the citizen Adnan Al-Houli.

On the other hand, regarding the Emirates Futsal Cup, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Khorfakkan Club, Salem Al-Naqbi, said that his team learned from the mistakes of the previous matches in the Federation Cup, and that it would be better prepared for the next competition, and he explained, “The Futsal team will be better prepared to compete in the Cup. Emirates, early November », and he said that the players need to recover after the great effort they were subjected to at the end of last season, and that they played a large number of matches in a short period of time.

Khorfakkan had finally regained the tone of victories after a series of defeats, as he won the last match of the Federation Cup against Al Dhafra 5-4, despite his bid farewell to the competition.

Al Naqbi added to "Emirates Today": "The team regained its victories with a moral victory that will be important for the next stage. We have high confidence in the team in investing the completeness of its numbers and its readiness, to be a strong party in the upcoming benefits."

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