Gregory: I'm proud of what the players have done since I took up the job

Al-Wahda's foreigners are "digitally" superior to citizens... and "The Beginning and the End" failed "Al Annabi"

Brazilian Unity star Pedro during the victory meeting the day before yesterday.

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The current season witnessed a mixed appearance for Al-Wahda in the ADNOC Professional League, as it finished the season in third place with 53 points, after drawing in the last round 26 against Al-Nasr 2-2, recording 15 wins and eight draws, compared to only three defeats, which is the highest number of points he has scored since 10 seasons.

Annabi was affected by his humble beginnings, when he achieved one victory out of seven matches he played in the competition under the leadership of his former coach Tin Kat, whose contract was terminated by mutual consent in late October, to improve the team’s performance and results strongly until round 21, which witnessed a decline in results that kept him out of the competition. , when he lost from Al Ain and Sharjah and tied with Ajman and Al Nasr.

In 26 matches, Al Wahda scored 51 goals at a rate of 1.97 per game, including six goals from penalty kicks, 31 goals with the right foot, five goals with the left foot, and 14 goals with the head, while conceding 25 goals at a rate of 0.96 per game.

Al Annabi's possession rate was 57% per game, with an average of 11,571 passes.

Al Wahda players committed 344 errors, during which they received 62 yellow cards and three red cards, while they received 327 errors.

The numbers of Syrian Omar Khribin and Brazilian Joao Pedro emerged as the best players in the ranks of Al Wahda this season.

Al-Wahda national players were left out of the list of the best in terms of numbers, which came in the interest of foreigners, as Pedro topped the list of the most participating in the league, with 2296 minutes, despite the criticism he was subjected to in many times of the season, and Khribin came behind him with 2201.

Khribin topped the team's top scorer list with 15 goals, one ahead of Pedro (14), to occupy the second and third place in the league's top scorer list, behind Togolese Al Ain player Laba Kodjo. When the Portuguese Adrian da Silva came first with 804 passes.

Al Wahda coach, French Gregory, said in a press statement after the end of the victory match: “I am proud of what the players have provided since I took over the task.

He added, "We deserved more than what we got out of this season, but we also gained many positive things that we can build on for the future, and that we have a strong and integrated team that can be present on all occasions."

And about the victory match, he said: “We gave a great performance and missed many opportunities, and the team showed a high combativeness in returning to the meeting twice, and we hoped that the victories would continue, but we missed many opportunities in this meeting, which witnessed an advantage that was clear to us.

Of course, I am sad about the result because our players deserved to win, but overall I am happy and proud of what we have done as a group in this match and since I took over.”

Syrian Omar Khribin topped the team's top scorer list with 15 goals, a goal difference from Pedro.

Numbers from Unity Season:

He finished the season in third place with 53 points.

In 26 matches, Al Wahda scored 51 goals at an average of 1.97 per game, recording 15 wins and eight draws, compared to only three defeats.

He conceded 25 goals at a rate of 0.96 per game.

He made 344 fouls, received 62 yellow cards and three red cards.

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