Maliha Futsal Team coach, Bader Al Zarooni, confirmed that the current season will witness a qualitative leap in the gains achieved, due to the multiplicity of tournaments first, and because it will witness tournaments in different ages and categories, and said that futsal has developed a lot, and the current season will witness new champions from teams that have never before. Winning previous championships, hoping that his team will be in the forefront.
Al-Zarouni expressed his happiness for the good start of the team, and described the technical return of all teams as distinguished, praising the support and care given by the Executive Committee of the Halls, headed by Abdul Malik Jani.
Al-Zarouni told “Emirates Today”: “The new football season is a candidate to appear very strong, and it is not possible to identify the identity of the teams that will compete for the championship early, after the great development enjoyed by the hall teams, especially since the teams benefited greatly from the inclusion of resident players, who Enhance performance with technical, mental and competitive advantages.”
He continued, “The increase in the number of tournaments and the development of reserve and youth competitions encouraged the advancement of the game.”
Regarding Maliha, Al-Zarouni said: “We were one step away from entering the Emirates Cup final, had it not been for our goal that we conceded a killer goal in the extra time, and we will make up for it in the league and the rest of the tournaments.”
The current season of futsal competitions started with the Super Cup, which was won by Al Dhafra team, while the Emirates Cup was won by the Al Nasr team, and the Elite Cup was won by the Kalba team.
Most teams benefited greatly from the inclusion of resident players.
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