Ramadi: Hatta is a very important match for Ajman after failing in the first two rounds

Ajman Egyptian coach Ayman al-Ramadi considered the Hatta match, which will take place on Friday in the third round of the Gulf Arab Football League, as a "bottleneck" for his team not to engage in the competition for survival between the professionals.

Ramadi said during the press conference for the match today: "The three points of the Hatta match are very important to us, after we failed in the previous two matches to get any point, I am confident in the players' abilities to return and achieve the required in this confrontation."

He added: "The match will be an opportunity to translate the work we have done during this week. We have made a great effort to correct the mistakes that the team suffered in front of both Al Dhafra and Ittihad Kalba. We were missing the registration, and we did our utmost to have the team have an offensive effectiveness in front of Hatta goal.

And Ayman al-Ramadi sought an excuse for his Gambian striker, Abu Bakr Trawally, for not being able to score, especially in front of the Ittihad Kalba match.

He explained, "Trauli joined late and only participated in the Kalba match, and he is now better than he was before."

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