Syria's junior football team will kick off its AFC Asian Cup 2020 qualifiers by meeting Saudi Arabia at 9:30 pm today in Khobar, Saudi Arabia, for Group D, which also includes Oman and Pakistan.
Coach Mohamed Aqeel said that our team is seeking to provide a positive performance and results in his matches in these qualifiers despite the difficulty of his group, which he described as iron, but that will not diminish our determination to grab the qualifying card, which he considered an initial goal that will build a lot in the future.
During the press conference of the coaches of the four teams in Group D, which was held in the city of Khobar, Saudi Arabia, Aqeel said that he and his assistant technical team have full confidence in the players of the team despite the difficulty of the schedule, which requires the team to play three games in five days.
The organizing committee of Group D matches held a coordination conference in the presence of representatives of the four teams during which they reviewed the tournament system in detail and clarified some organizational, logistical and medical matters, training dates for the four teams and determine the colors of the clothes for each team where our team will play its three games in full red.
Our team will play its second match against the Omani team on Friday at 6:30, and will conclude its matches in the qualifiers against Pakistan on Sunday at the same time.
Our team includes Talal Barakat as the manager of the national team, Argentine Juan Marcos Troia as technical supervisor, Mohamed Akil as coach, Hisham Kordoghli as assistant coach, Mohamed Beyrouthi as the goalkeeper, Abdul Wakeel Al Masri as manager, Mohsen Al Awad therapist, Anwar Al Bakr as media coordinator, Shadi Hussein in charge of the equipment and 23 players, Hassan Mahmoud and Mahmoud Al Naif. Qasim, Abdul-Nafi Al-Shiribati, Mohammed Othman, Mohammed Sarakbi, Miqdad Ahmed, Ali Al-Rayneh, Mohammad Shahrour, Ahmad Kalo, Ammar Hadid, Omar Jbara, Mahmoud Qala Ji, Hassan Al-Zayaz, Zakaria Ramadan, Mohammed Suleiman Al-Haj, Nawar Al-Halabi, Khalid Al-Hajja and Abdul Rah N Shahin preached Shihabi and harmful Khatib, Mohammed Hassouni and Ahmed Haj Omar.
It is worth mentioning that the Asian Cup qualifiers are held with the participation of 47 teams were distributed to the geographical areas of West, West Asia, South and Central with the participation of 25 teams and East Asia and ASEAN with the participation of 22 teams and qualify to the finals, the first place in each group in addition to the best four teams get second place and join The host country team gets the direct qualification card In the case of the host country get one of the direct qualification cards for the tournament, the team who finished fifth among the second groups gets the card to qualify for the finals.
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