Five of the main pillars of the Al Dhafra team enter the last six months in their contracts at the end of this December, which is a new suffering for the team, which currently occupies the last place in the ADNOC Professional Football League table with only four points, after 12 rounds passed as one of the worst results. Of the points collected by “Faris Al Dhafra” during his career in the professional era after 12 rounds.
The contract of midfielder Khaled Al Darmaki, Sultan Al Ghafri, Khaled Butti, Muhammad Ismail Al Junaibi and Muhammad Saif expires at the end of the current season, which may put them in the circle of interest of other clubs, especially with the level they are presenting with their team at the present time, which plays good football but lacks results, the last of which was the loss to The hand of the island 2-3, as the administration fears that cast a shadow over the collective psychological state of the team that struggles to escape from the dangerous area.
A source told «Emirates Today» that the club’s football company is making strenuous efforts to restore the team’s ranks during the winter transfer period to correct the team’s path, especially since the summer deals did not bear fruit and that the team was required to reconsider the deals, but the source did not comment on the fate of the players. who have entered the last six months of their contracts.
Over the course of five years, specifically from the 2016-2017 season when the team finished the tournament in seventh place with 35 points, Al Dhafra continued to struggle to ensure survival among professional clubs despite qualifying for the final of the President’s Cup competition twice, which was repeated in the last season, which was The most difficult among the other seasons, as he waited until the last round to achieve his survival.
Al Dhafra had obtained a golden opportunity to implement the new project to restore “Al Dhafra Knight” and transform it 180 degrees from a club struggling to survive into a team competing for titles, after the team avoided relegation to the first division, but the team faced difficulties in implementing the project to throw that Overshadowed by the results of harvesting only four points out of 36 so far.
During the summer transfer market, he made drastic changes by dispensing with all his foreign players and some citizens, and in return he strengthened his ranks with entirely new deals, but this caused the squad to lack the harmony factor, while the newcomers did not have experience playing in the Arab Gulf League.
• Al Dhafra ranks last in the ADNOC Professional League with 4 points from 12 rounds.
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