He called on Al Ain, Al Wasl, Fujairah, Ajman and Bani Yas clubs to join the game
Al Hammadi: I demand the existence of competitions for the age groups in futsal
Futsal football competitions.
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Anwar Al Hammadi: “The presence of a league for the age groups paves the way for the manufacture of a distinguished futsal player.”
The coach of the Khorfakkan futsal team, Anwar Mohammed Al Hammadi, revealed his aspirations for new clubs to join the futsal competitions, especially the clubs of Al Ain, Al Wasl, Fujairah, Ajman and Bani Yas, to invest the current qualitative leap for a strong league, stressing that the current time period in which futsal is experiencing needs support and development To maintain what has been achieved and move the game to a better position, such as increasing the number of participating teams, developing media coverage, and holding tournaments for the age groups, hoping for only one professional player and another on the bench to give young people a greater opportunity to participate in matches and to serve the national team.
Anwar Al Hammadi told "Emirates Today": "The tournaments organized by the Executive Committee are in good technical progress and development, but they need more support by organizing permanent workshops with the game's poles to discuss and highlight the pros and cons, and futsal needs more attention. Media.”
He continued: “The national team remains the goal of any competition, so whenever the league becomes strong, this is reflected on the national teams, which is what calls us to work for, and I hope that there will be a league under 12, 14 and 16 years in order to ensure the continuation of the game and support it with players that are established in a more way. A benefit, because this will pave the way for the manufacture of a distinguished futsal player and bodes well for futsal in the Emirates.”
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