Amman: Al Faisaly goalkeeper Zapen Al Khawaldeh passed away in a road accident on Monday after helping his side thrash Kufer Soom 5-0 to reach the Jordan FA Shield final. The 23-year-old Al Khawaldeh’s car met with an accident after he left the stadium. He died on the spot. Al Khawaldeh represented Al Faisaly in
AMMAN – The 30th Jordan Football Association (JFA) Shield semifinals today will determine the finalists of this year’s first of four major tournaments on the local agenda. Wihdat face Shabab Urdun while Faisali meet Kufrsoum with the winners advancing to the final match on July 29. The top two teams from each group moved to
HRH Prince Ali, the Regent said the Jordan Football Association will work on finding grassroot solutions to the issue of football stadiums facing the Kingdom’s clubs, of which Manshia Bani Hasan club suffers from. During his inspection tour to the Manshia and Balama clubs, Prince Ali praised Manshia’s progress in the various local football tournaments.
Amman: Korea Republic qualified for the third round of the 2012 London Olympics Asian qualifiers with a 4-2 aggregate win over Jordan following their 1-1 draw in the second leg on Thursday. Korea Republic, who had won the first leg 3-1, were trailing three minutes before the half time when Hamza Al Dardour found the
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
Doha: Jordan coach Adnan Hamad feels his players can hold their heads high despite seeing their AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 run come to an end with a 2-1 quarter-final defeat to Uzbekistan at Khalifa Stadium. Ulugbek Bakaevs double immediately after the interval saw Uzbekistan through to the last four for the first time in