Heldon scored a brace to help Al-Taawoun sweep Al-Faisaly 4-1

Heldon scored a brace to help Al-Taawoun sweep Al-Faisaly 4-1 Al-Taawoun got the three points after a 4-0 home win over Al Faisaly at the King Salman Sports City Stadium on Friday evening in the sixth round of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professional League. Heldon Scored two goals at (15-57). Tawamba doubled the lead at the 21st minute before Rabea Al-Sofiani ended the Carnaval with the fourth goal at the 68th minute. Ruggedo scored for Al-Faisaly at the 19th minute. With this result, Al-Taawoun reached the 9th point, while Al…

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SAFF reshapes the Disciplinary Committee

The Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF) announced on their official page on Twitter the new composition of the Ethics and Disciplinary Committee under Australin James Kitching’s chairmanship. They decided on the reshaping of the committee to comprise James Kitching (President), Dr. Bader Ben Mohamed Al-Moajal (Vice-President), Dr. Ayman Ben Mohamed Al-Refaay, Dr. Abdul Aziz ben Suailem and Abdul Majeed Ben Abdallah Al-Batty (members) The decision is under the article (4/35) of the Saudi Arabian Federation’s statute according to which the Governing Council of the federation should appoint Judicial committee’s chairmen,…

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Bauza sacked as Saudi Arabia coach

Edgardo Bauza coached Saudi Arabia in five friendlies The team won two matches and lost three under his leadership He replaced Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk on 14 September 2017   After just five matches in charge of the Saudi Arabian national team, the Saudi Arabia Football Federation announced that they have sacked head coach Edgardo Bauza. The Argentinian replaced Bert van Marwijk just over two months ago, but the country’s Member Association have decided to go in a different direction, having undergone a period of evaluation on Bauza’s time…

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The Saudi Football Federation denies Bein Sport’s false allegations

The Saudi Arabian Football Federation published a statement to clarify the fact the no media reporter has been excluded from covering the match between Saudi and Japanese teams which has taken place at the king Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Sports city staduim in Jeddah And that whatever claims have been published about banning Bein’s reporter were nothing but untruthful allegations. The truth was that the reporter himself intentionally showed up in places he was not allowed to be in, and, even though he was given a warning, the media reporter…

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