The players of the Bani Yas team returned to the group training after the rest granted by the technical staff in preparation for one of the most difficult matches that awaits Al-Samawi when he comes out to be hosted by Sharjah, the title holder of the last version of the Arab Gulf Football League, a match that will largely determine the team’s ability to achieve the competition title for the first time In his history in the era of professionalism.
The leader, who is coached by Romanian coach Daniel Isela, will regain the efforts of the Brazilian striker, Joao Pedro, the team’s top scorer in the competition with “16 goals”, after the player had missed the last round in front of Hatta due to suspension due to the accumulation of yellow cards. The offensive performance of the team that scored a difficult victory with a clean goal.
The return of the Brazilian striker reinforced the strength of the “Samawi” attack, as most of the player’s goals were decisive and played a prominent role in the victories of his team. Joao Pedro, who moved to the ranks of Bani Yas at the beginning of the current season, did not need much time in order to adapt to the team and put his mark, and helped him in This is his ability to position himself inside the penalty area and score goals with the head and both feet, including 12 goals from inside the penalty area and four from outside the area.
Al-Samawi will be satisfied with performing evening training sessions in the current period with intensifying treatment for some players who suffer light bruises, and focusing on raising the fitness rate with exercises in the gym, in addition to providing motivational doses to keep the flame of enthusiasm burning in the hearts of the players to continue achieving victories with four rounds remaining. Only for the end of the season.
For his part, sports analyst Muhammad Matar Gharab told “Emirates Today” that the current suspension period must be dealt with in a motivational way in order to keep the great motives in the hearts of the players in order to continue the bid by achieving successive victories, pointing out that some clubs find it difficult to deal. With players during breaks.
He added that the pauses for the teams that are in a state of continuity in achieving victories are a double-edged sword, and that it is important to focus on creating incentives for the players, especially since the period is long and the team does not play a match, and added: “Training is not like official matches, therefore. We must talk with the players to intensify their efforts in the training sessions until the time for the next match after stopping. ”
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