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Albo
14.07.2015, 06:23
http://web-capture.net/picture.php?pic_index=1&presentation_method=inline

Very interesting player , he might do good in mid-table team !


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOkjXIfaaPc

From ScoutNation


Master passer! A phenomenal talent from the UAE who most recently came to light during the 2015 Asian Cup in which he was undoubtedly one of the stars. Liverpool, Man City and Southampton, amongst other clubs have all been keen on signing the biggest emerging player in the Middle East. Arsenal invited the 23-year-old from the United Arab Emirates over for a week’s trial in summer 2013 but his club Al-Ain were only interested in a permanent deal. I know this player has been heavily requested for on this channel for over 2 years, but I wasn't able to get footage. Here is 15 min compilation for you all, showing his astonishing highlights from the year 2014 & 2015 so far. He has 30 assists in just 45 games! Unreal dribbler with amazing vision.

Salvo
14.07.2015, 08:20
Average

adRHCP
14.07.2015, 08:34
What's wrong with those defenses?

He looks skilled tho

Bianconero_Aus
14.07.2015, 08:39
He's like an Arabian Özil. Talented as fuck, but severe lack of grinta (and ambition too tbh) And anyway he rips up a pretty shitty league, would find it much more difficult in top level club football.

Salvo
14.07.2015, 09:07
He's like an Arabian Özil. Talented as fuck, but severe lack of grinta (and ambition too tbh) And anyway he rips up a pretty shitty league, would find it much more difficult in top level club football.

:agree:

icemaη
14.07.2015, 10:28
He can't do it on a hot day in Sydney you mean?

Siamak
14.07.2015, 12:40
he has been played in Asia cup 2015 i watched his play in iran match not bad as young player i doubt he can do what he did in Asia we barely see a fantastic player in Asia football coz slow football less creativity pretty boring and lacklustre halves from arabic teams. any way if he can continue he will turn world class with time, but it's too early to say.

Zacheryah
14.07.2015, 13:40
A decent player for albinoleffe

JuveJay
14.07.2015, 14:24
I jokingly linked him to us recently, lol. He's fun to watch though, I saw him live at the 2012 Olympics, lots of skill and easy technique. Probably end up as another Yasser Al-Qahtani.

Bianconero_Aus
14.07.2015, 14:35
I jokingly linked him to us recently, lol. He's fun to watch though, I saw him live at the 2012 Olympics, lots of skill and easy technique. Probably end up as another Yasser Al-Qahtani.

I've been watching these sort of players for years, ever since Australia joined the AFC

As you say, easy to watch and nice technique, mixed with laziness and horrible gamesmanship too :D (Not Abdulrahman though)...Khalfan Ibrahim is another great one to watch.

Suns
16.07.2015, 02:08
I've been watching these sort of players for years, ever since Australia joined the AFC

As you say, easy to watch and nice technique, mixed with laziness and horrible gamesmanship too :D (Not Abdulrahman though)...Khalfan Ibrahim is another great one to watch.
by these sorts of players, you man a-rabs? :D

Bianconero_Aus
16.07.2015, 12:03
by these sorts of players, you man a-rabs? :D

Sort of yeah :D More "Asian" players in general though.

Nicholas
17.07.2015, 16:38
He's no Harry Kewell.

Bianconero81
19.07.2015, 13:30
Footballer or notorious terrorist? :shifty:

Albo
07.09.2015, 12:51
He had 6 assists against Malaysia .


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efA6jh-3Frk

Fake Melo
07.09.2015, 13:08
I jokingly linked him to us recently, lol. He's fun to watch though, I saw him live at the 2012 Olympics, lots of skill and easy technique. Probably end up as another Yasser Al-Qahtani.

Or Al-Saadi Ghaddafi :D