UAE Handball Super Cup tempts Sharjah and Al Jazeera

The two hand teams in Sharjah and Al-Jazira clubs, at seven in the evening Thursday, will be guests at Al-Nasr Hall, in a meeting in which the two teams aspire to grab the first championships of the new season, and win the “Emirati Super Cup”, which gives its owner the representation of the state in the fourth edition of the “Emirati Super” Bahraini” scheduled to be held at the end of this month, and brings together the champions of the “Super” competition in both countries.

Sharjah and Al Jazeera booked their seats for the "UAE Super Cup 2021" by grabbing the "king" title of the general league championship last season, before the regulations of the Competitions Committee granted the "Pride of Abu Dhabi" to qualify for its second place in the "President's Cup" competition, especially since Sharjah is the same crowned champion.

Sharjah, the champion of the “Emirati-Bahraini Super” in its latest version, aspires to record its fourth consecutive presence in the tournament, after it succeeded in crowning the “Emirati Super” titles in 2017, 2018 and 2019, while Al Jazeera requests to restore the cup absent from the club’s coffers, since winning the title The Super in its first edition 2016.

The technical director of Sharjah, the Egyptian coach Hani Al-Fakhrani, is counting on the new contracts in the ranks of the “King”, led by the Tunisian professional Misbah Al-Sanei, and the Algerian international Zuhair Naim in the resident player category, and behind them a constellation of national elements that represent the nucleus of the national team the


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