The Ajman Football Club team returned yesterday to the country, after the conclusion of the external camp in Serbia, which it has established since last July 28, and lasted 20 days, under the supervision of the Serbian coach, Goran Tovegdzic. The camp is the second stage of the team’s preparation for the new football season, which begins at the beginning of next September, after “Orange” launched the first stage on July 17 with medical examinations and physical measurements, in addition to training at Ajman Club Stadium.
The Ajman delegation to the Serbia camp included 28 players, including foreign professionals, Moroccan Walid Azzaro, Tunisian Firas Belarabi, Slovenian defender Miral Samardjic, and Bahrain international Ali Mudon.
Ajman performed during the Serbia camp five friendly experiences, which he started on July 31, by beating the Serbian “Kabil Novi” with a clean goal, and followed them on the third of this month by defeating the Serbian “Radnica Ceramska Mitrovica” with two goals without a response, before the “orange” received a loss against Shabab Al-Ahly scored (1-2) in its third friendly experience that took place on the sixth of this month, and then it was satisfied on the 10th of August with a positive draw (2-2) against the Serbian “Novi Beograd” in the fourth friendly match, before the curtain came down on His five friendly experiences lost last Saturday against the Emirates team, with a score of 2-3.
It is expected that the technical staff will give the players a short rest before resuming the third phase of preparations in Ajman, which includes daily exercises on the team’s stadium, in addition to performing two friendly experiences, the first on the 21st of this month against the Bahraini Riffa team, followed by the 26th of the same month in a final friendly that has not yet been determined. The identity of the team that will meet him in the “orange”.
• Ajman players get a short rest before resuming training and playing two friendly matches.
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