The first week of the 2018 Al Manaseer Jordanian Pro League witnessed three wins and three draws, In the opening match of the league that was held on Thursday, 7 September, Shabab Al Aqaba held Al Hussein to a 1-1 draw in the match that was held at the Hassan International Stadium in Irbid. Al
Week 18 saw Al Faisaly split the Al Manaseer Jordanian Pro League forefront with Al Jazeera following their 2-1 win against rivals and defending champions Al Wehdat. Al Faisaly’s win came in the 18th round’s top match between Al Faisaly and Al Wheat, which was held on Saturday, April 8, at the Amman International Stadium.
Amman: Nasaf became the first Uzbekistan side to reach the final of the AFC Cup after Ivan Boskovics second-half goal secured a 1-1 draw with Al Wehdat at the King Abdullah International Stadium that saw them progress 2-1 on aggregate. Down a goal from the first leg, Al Wehdat had levelled the semi-final tie with
Amman: Al Faisaly won the season-opening Jordan Shield by defeating archrivals Shabab Al Ordun 1-0 in the final on Sunday. The win proved to be the perfect tribute to their late goalkeeper Zapen Al Khawaldeh who died in a tragic road mishap last week after helping his side defeat Kufer Soom in the semi-finals en
Amman: Al Wehdat secured top spot in Group D of the AFC Cup despite being held to a goalless by Al Talaba as they kept their unbeaten record in this seasons competition intact. Neither side were able to break the deadlock at King Abdullah Stadium in Jordan and were forced to settle for a point
Kuwait City: Al Faisaly took over leadership of Group C in the AFC Cup as Abdelhadi Al Maharmeh’s second-half goal sealed a 1-0 victory at Al Nasr. Having already seen off the Kuwait side 2-1 in Jordan last time out, Al Faisaly were looking to complete the double at Sabah Al Salem Stadium. Following a
Kuala Lumpur: Two-time AFC Cup champions Al Faisaly of Jordan have lost the services of two pivotal players in the continental tournament after a registration goof-up. Hatem Aqel and Moayad Abukeshek will not be part of Al Faisaly’s AFC Cup 2011 squad after the club failed to sort out their transfers. The Jordanians were without