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Discussion in 'Saudi Arabia' started by al ittihady, Apr 13, 2009.
some nasrawis are saying we will be seeing saad al harthi in the field today
Actually, he didn't!
He played with Amir Akrout and Raja Rafah in the first half. After Raja proved how useless he was and Amir couldn't do anything with a weak midfield they were both subbed in the second half for Ahmed Al-Mousa and some other guy I forgot his name.
Nah, it'll take him at least two more months to get ready.
He hasnt fully healed and his fitness sucks.
Hilal-Nasr half time 0-0
Exciting game evn without goals! Hilal seem to have the edge but only slightly so. Both teams are hungry for goals. Tariq Al-Tayeb is the one who's putting Hilal's nose in front and he almost scored from a corner kick!
Full time 0-0 Hilal advance on away goals.
What an exciting match! Best nil all draw I've seen!
You're kidding right?
What a shameful game by Al-Hilal. By the end, Al-Hilal was playing with FOUR defensive midfielders against a very weak team.
I hope we don't reach the final because it's going to be embarrassing.
dont u think its a burden on ittihad and hilal...what are they fighting for ---the money or next to next years acl spotit will be tough for hilal with shabab.ittihad too will not have a easy job against hazm.they could have been the first team to beat itti in league and now they are enjoyin services of waleed jizani..btw since how many games or years nassr has not beaten hilal ..
It was fun. I thought Tariq Al Tayeb was great out there and both teams had some nice chances in front of goal.
Hasan Rabei3 has now finished the most nightmarish of nightmare seasons. Not a single goal all season!
Al-Nasr's weakness continues to be domestic players. The only decent Saudi players are Khalid Rathee,Ahmed Bahri and maybe Rayan Bilal. If they sign some good saudi players and two new foreigners (they only have 3 now right?) they should be in the top 4 next season.
Nasr beat Hilal last year in the Prince Faisal cup final.
Now its time to watch Shabab as they whoop Hilal's ass.
That was against the "olympic team." The goalkeeper was Badr Al-Deayea! With the first team it's been around 5 years.
Wallah min el mhaya6 It's been 8 matches since you've beaten Al-Hilal.
but they have been more tougher than nassr..the riyadh derby is now just one sided affair not like jeddah one..
sayf remember u lost drawingly in league match...it will be repeat of last years final..
both team holding eachother nil nil in both matches and shabab beating hilal on pelanties..
Ittihad are most likely to win the King's Cup. Shabab-Hilal should be close.
ahli jeddah has thrown all its foriegn staff after worst season....
btw was der any fight between elton and hossam ghaly in hilal and nassr match..if so wat was the reason...
yes there was a fight between the two because ghaly's of madness!!!
Wait, wasn't it between Elton and Edair?
No, it was ghaly when he passed a wrong ball and then started screaming at elton's face and they started fightin'
You can watch it on youtube, here is the video: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZjcAcgZyfA"]YouTube - ghaly elton fight[/ame]
am wondering in which language did they fought..1 is brazilian and other is egyptiann..
i want ittihad to crush or get crushed today...same with shabab..i want them to beat hilal atleast in one leg .i dont bother if they donot make up for final..
At least I ahay6 and it happened, 3-0 my favorite Shabab-Hilal scoreline.
6ayeb mabrook la t9ijjina ... why doesn't your team play like this until the end of the season? You have enough good players (at least on the attacking side) to be challenging for the league title.
Hilal needs a coach with a strong personality. I hope the news about Eric Gerets turns out to be true.
^ ^ ^ Another match, another casualty. Mirel Radoii will be out for the rest of the season with a broken nose after an elbow by Nasser Al-Shamrani.
Because of the media attacks in the beginning of the season, it caused many problems.
Media and Shabab! You are joking right?
Shabab hardly has any fans so why would the media care about them. Besides, shabab is the Switzerland of the Saudi league.
On a side note, I was impressed with Al-Saaran. He deserves the NT more than Al-Shamrani.
^ ^ ^ It wasn't the media. There were some internal problems and also they had a different coach (they even lost 4-1 at home to Al-Raed). But in general, Shabab always seem to raise their game in the latter part of the season. I hope they take this form and confidence with them to the Azadi in a couple of weeks time.