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Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by DemmahoM, Dec 14, 2005.
Final score Al Hilal 2-1 Valencia (with their full squad).
Match videos later on..
Ittihad and Hilal really showed what Saudi clubs are made of.
Al-Jamaan's goal great crowd as well.
Great come back by Al-Jamaan after all his troubles, hope we can see him in the NT squad with Noor and Dokhi,
I hope all these great results will reflect on the NT, we will suprise the world inshallah in 2006.
Hopefully..I think our players are getting some great experience in these matches..
I saw the entire game...
Hilal was fantastic.Both goals were very beautiful and it was nice to see Aimar & cia. running up aginast 2 gols at King Fahd Stadium
Yea Al Hilal could have made it 3-0 or even more!!
good result guys
man Al Hilal and Jeddah United are great representations of Asia..
Funny how in an interview with Canizares, he thought Al-Jamaan was a Brazilian player.
omg i saw the goals, vs canizares wow!
good to see king fahd stadium full again
let see if saudi can do the same vs spain lol
If we get passed Tunisia, we'll make it.
Ukraine is very shady,
Spain are huge underachievers in the WC
Let's see what happens.
I finally got some highlights of the match,
Now, let's try to do the same against Spain in WC.
Al-Hilal vs. Valencia, Match Highlights
Before WC2002 Saudi had an amazing preformance in the Gulf Cup, especially Jam3aan, I thought 5alas Saudi is gonna do some damage and look what happened. InshaaAllah Saudi shock the world. Btw any one care to clear up Jam3aans problems?? I heard that he wanted a pro contract and was refused and ran away or sumthin.
The problem that year is, we had lots of stars, but they only played well for a few months and then disappeared. Obaid AlDosari, Abdullah Sheehan, Abdullah Jamaan, Hasan AlYami, these were all forwards and big, one was the top goalscorer in the WCQs and etc, they were as big as Sami AlJaber etc at that time, now, one is playing in a Saudi 3rd division league, another is a reserve and only plays 10 minutes every 2 months, another doesn't even play and just trains with his club, another has completely disappeared.
Yea but whats the reason??? Is it cuz they stoped playing well?? And now that you have mentioned it I havent heard of Al-Yami since the WC.
Many reasons, Jamaan had problems with the Hilal adminstration, they banned him and turned him into an amatuer player, they soon raised it and didn't let him play games for awhile, his case is rather confusing.
Thx for the clear up man, and he is back playing regularly now right?? And what are his chances of going to Germany.
His chances of playing in germany is only 5%, he has a 10% of being in the squad, hes really nothing, we have way more better forwards, Yaser AlQahtani, Sami AlJaber, Saed AlHarthi, Mohammed anbar, maybe Talal Meshal.
Its nice to see that Saudi Clubs are making such an impact on the world stage. However, the Saudi National Team should also make such an impact like their clubs in form of Al Ittihad and Al Hilal, recently. Moreover, if we look at Korea and Japan then we would come to know that they gave much preference to their national teams alongside clubs by playing friendly matches every now and then. I think that Saudis should also follow the same principle and must play 2 or 3 friendly matches a month, if not at national level then at least at club level, but most out of their home soil. This way they will become more stronger and un beatable.
DOUBLE WOW WISH THE NATIONAL TEAM HAD THAT KIND OF CONFIDENCE...................
way to go shloub................... he doesnt play like that during international games and i liked the part when yasser al qahtani missed and he was laughing
the links arent working
Can anybody who has these goals re-upload them please?