2009–10 Al Wasl FC season

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Al Wasl FC
2009–10 season
Manager Costa Rica Alexandre Guimarães
Stadium Zabeel Stadium
UAE League 5th
UAE President Cup Round of 16
Etisalat Emirates Cup Group Stage
Gulf Club Champions Cup 2010 Winners
Top goalscorer League:
Saeed Al Kass (9)
All:
Saeed Al Kass (15)
Home colours
Away colours

Squad[edit]

Al Wasl FC Squad in the UAE League 2009–10 Season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United Arab Emirates GK Rashid AlSuwaidi
3 United Arab Emirates DF Omran Abdul Rahman
4 United Arab Emirates DF Isam Darweesh
5 United Arab Emirates DF Sami Rubaiya
6 United Arab Emirates DF Waheed Ismail
7 United Arab Emirates MF Eissa Ali
8 United Arab Emirates DF Ali Mahmoud
9 United Arab Emirates DF Tariq Hassan
10 United Arab Emirates MF Khalid Darwish (captain)
11 Brazil MF Élton
13 United Arab Emirates DF Darweesh Ahmad
14 United Arab Emirates DF Khalaf Ismail
17 Brazil FW Alexander Oliveira
20 United Arab Emirates MF Fadel Ahmad
21 United Arab Emirates FW Saeed Al Kass
No. Position Player
22 United Arab Emirates GK Salah Hussein
23 United Arab Emirates MF Mohammed Jamal
24 United Arab Emirates FW Rashid Eissa
25 Oman DF Mohammed Al Balushi
26 United Arab Emirates MF Humaid bin Lahej
29 United Arab Emirates DF Yasser Salem
33 United Arab Emirates MF Saud Suhail
55 United Arab Emirates GK Majed Nasser
70 United Arab Emirates FW Mahir Jasem
77 United Arab Emirates FW Waleed Murad
80 United Arab Emirates MF Yousuf Abdul Aziz
85 Morocco FW Soufiane Alloudi
99 United Arab Emirates MF Nabil Ibrahim

Staff[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Name Nat Moving from Fee
Coach Alexandre Guimarães Costa Rica PanamaPanama national football team Undisclosed [1]
Khalid Darwish United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shabab (UAE) End of Loan [2]
Khalaf Esmail United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shabab (UAE) End of Loan [2]
Isam Darweesh United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Nasr Sports Club Free [3]
Fadhel Ahmad United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC Undisclosed [4]
Ahmad Khalfan United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC Loan [5]
Blas Pérez Panama MexicoUANL Tigers Undisclosed [6]
Mohammed Al Balushi Oman QatarAl-Arabi Sports Club Loan [7]
Darweesh Ahmed United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC Undisclosed [8]
Douglas dos Santos Brazil BrazilClub Corinthians R$11M [9][10][11]
Nabil Ibrahim United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shaab (UAE) Loan [12]
Soufiane Alloudi Morocco United Arab EmiratesAl Ain Club Loan [13]
Élton Brazil United Arab EmiratesDubai Club Loan [14]

Out[edit]

Name Nat Moving To Fee
Fabio Firmani Italy ItalyS.S. Lazio End of Loan [15]
Eman Mobali Iran United Arab EmiratesAl-Nasr Sports Club Free [16]
Habib AlFardan United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Nasr Sports Club Free [17]
Juma Abdulla United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC End of Loan [18]
Ali Msarri United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC End of Loan
Tareq Darwish United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAjman Club Free [19]
Rogério Miranda Silva Brazil BrazilFortaleza Esporte Clube Loan [20]
Abdulla Eissa United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shaab (UAE) Free
Ahmad Salim (footballer) United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shaab (UAE) Free
Blas Pérez Panama MexicoSan Luis F.C. Loan [21]
Douglas dos Santos Brazil BrazilGrêmio $6.5M [22][23]
Yousif Hassan United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Shaab (UAE) Loan [12]
Faisal Ahmed United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Khaleej Club (Sharjah) Loan [24]
Faisal Salem United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesMasafi Club Loan [24]
Radwan Saleh United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl-Ahli Club (Fujairah) Loan [24]
Ahmad Khalfan United Arab Emirates United Arab EmiratesAl Ain FC End of Loan [25]

For Last Season's Transfers List Please visit List of AlWasl football transfers 2008 2009

Players on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
- United Arab Emirates DF Adel Mohammad (at Al Shabab Club)
- United Arab Emirates MF Talal Fahad (at Al Shabab Club)
- United Arab Emirates MF Jassim Mobarak (at Al Shabab Club)
11 Brazil MF Rogerinho (at Fortaleza Esporte Clube)

Tournaments[edit]

Match won Match drawn Match lost Biggest win Biggest loss

Gulf Club Champions Cup 2009[edit]

The draw for the group stage of the Gulf Club Champions Cup 2009 was made on July 18, 2009 in Bahrain. AlWasl were drawn into Group D with the Kuwaiti team Kuwait SC, and the Bahraini side Riffa.[26]

During the second leg match again Al-Nassr club of Saudi Arabia, few fans were provoked by Al Nassr's team doctor to break into the field and assault him. This incident has put Al Wasl's deserved qualification into the finals into jeopardy.[27]

In the Final, Al Wasl played against Qatar SC and won the tournament based on the Away goals rule after drawing 2-2 in Qatar, then drawing 1-1 in Dubai.

Al Wasl FC Striker Saeed Al Kass won the Top Scorer title with 6 goals, and the Left Winger Fadel Ahmad won the Best Player title.[28]

Group D Standing[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
United Arab Emirates Al Wasl FC 4 2 2 0 5 3 +2 8
Bahrain Riffa 4 1 2 1 4 4 0 5
Kuwait Kuwait SC 4 0 2 2 2 4 −2 2

Results[edit]

Kick Off Opponents V Result Scorers Referee Stage
2009-09-22 20:45 Kuwait Kuwait SC A 2 – 1 Saeed Al Kass 53', Douglas dos Santos 88' Qatar Abdullah AlBolooshi Groups Stage
2009-09-29 19:00 Bahrain Riffa Club H 2 – 2 Blas Pérez 10' (pen), Saeed Al Kass 83' Oman Abdullah AlHelali Groups Stage
2009-11-20 19:00 Bahrain Riffa Club A 1 – 0 Douglas dos Santos 64' Saudi Arabia Dhafer AlShehri Groups Stage
2009-12-16 16:45 Kuwait Kuwait SC H 0 – 0 Oman Abdullah AlHilali Groups Stage
2010-03-25 21:30 Saudi Arabia Al-Nassr A 1 – 3 Saeed Al Kass 30' Qatar Abdullah AlBolooshi Semi Finals - 1st Leg
2010-03-30 20:30 Saudi Arabia Al-Nassr H 3 – 1,
1-1 (AET),
4-3 (P)
Saeed Al Kass 26', Soufiane Alloudi 49', Soufiane Alloudi 88',
Saeed Al Kass 113',
Eissa Ali (P), Mohammed Al Balushi (P), Soufiane Alloudi(P), Élton(P)
Oman Abdullah AlHilali Semi Finals - 2nd Leg
2010-04-13 19:30 Qatar Qatar SC A 2 – 2 Fadel Ahmad 5', Élton 56' Kuwait Ali Mahmoud Shaban Final - 1st Leg
2010-04-27 20:30 Qatar Qatar SC H 1 – 1 Saeed Al Kass 57' Kuwait Yousef Al Thowaini Final - 2nd Leg

Top scorers[edit]

Player Goals
United Arab Emirates Saeed Al Kass 6
Brazil Douglas dos Santos 2
Morocco Soufiane Alloudi 2
Panama Blas Pérez 1
United Arab Emirates Fadel Ahmad 1
Brazil Élton 1

UAE League 2009–10[edit]

AlWasl started the League season with high hopes after the successful signings it made during summer. But the team's star, the Goalkeeper Majed Nasser risked the team's chances by getting suspension in the team's second match of the season against Al Shabab, forcing the team to play 5 matches without his very essential services. In the Winter transfer period, Al Wasl ended the contracts of his two new foreign players Blas Pérez and Douglas dos Santos due to their failure to secure a place in the team's squad. It signed the Moroccan player Soufiane Alloudi on a loan contract.

And on 18 February 2010, The Team signed Brazilian playmaker Élton.

Standing[edit]

Team Rnk Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
United Arab Emirates Al Wasl FC 5 22 8 5 9 41 40 +1 29

Results[edit]

R Kick Off Opponents V Result Scorers Referee
1 2009-09-26 20:15 Bani Yas H 3 – 3 Saeed Al Kass 6', Blas Pérez 22' (pen), Eissa Ali 71' United Arab Emirates Mohammad AlJunaibi
2 2009-10-04 20:00 Al Shabab A 3 – 4 Abdullah Darwish 24' (o.g.), Blas Pérez 77' (pen), Blas Pérez 90' United Arab Emirates Mohammad Omar
3 2009-10-17 20:00 Sharjah FC A 2 – 4 Eissa Ali 13' (pen), Eissa Ali 63' (pen) United Arab Emirates Ali Hamad
4 2009-10-22 17:00 Al Dhafra H 2 – 0 Alexander Oliveira 50', Alexander Oliveira 59', United Arab Emirates Fahad AlKassar
5 2009-10-30 20:00 Al-Nasr SC A 1 – 3 Blas Pérez 39', United Arab Emirates Ali AlMulla
6 2009-11-08 20:00 Al-Wahda FC H 1 – 0 Alexander Oliveira 68', United Arab Emirates Ali Hamad
7 2009-11-29 20:00 Ahli Dubai A 1 – 1 Alexander Oliveira 13', United Arab Emirates Hamad AlShaikh
8 2009-12-06 20:00 Al Ain Club A 3 – 1 Isam Darweesh 46', Alexander Oliveira 69', Isam Darweesh 84 United Arab Emirates Mohammad Omar
9 2009-12-21 20:00 Ajman Club H 2 – 1 Alexander Oliveira 37', Douglas dos Santos 50' United Arab Emirates Farid Ali
10 2010-01-11 17:05 Emirates Club H 5 – 0 Saeed Al Kass 30', Alexander Oliveira 35', Saeed Al Kass 62', Saeed Al Kass 71', Waleed Murad 85' (pen) United Arab Emirates Mohammad Omar
11 2010-01-15 20:00 Al-Jazira Club A 1 – 2 Alexander Oliveira 47', United Arab Emirates Ali Hamad
12 2010-01-30 17:15 Bani Yas A 1 – 2 Khalid Darwish 55', United Arab Emirates Ali AlMulla
13 2010-02-05 20:00 Al Shabab H 2 – 0 Eissa Ali 51', Eissa Ali 74', United Arab Emirates Mohammad Abdullah Hassan
14 2010-02-11 20:00 Sharjah FC H 0 – 2 United Arab Emirates Farid Ali
15 2010-02-20 17:40 Al Dhafra A 3 – 2 Saeed Al Kass 34', Saeed Al Kass 75', Élton '87 United Arab Emirates Mohammad AlJunaibi
16 2010-03-13 20:30 Al-Nasr SC H 0 – 0 United Arab Emirates Mohammad Omar
17 2010-03-20 20:30 Al-Wahda FC A 0 – 2 United Arab Emirates Farid Ali
18 2010-04-08 17:55 Ahli Dubai H 0 – 0 United Arab Emirates AbdulWahid Khater
19 2010-04-22 18:00 Al Ain Club H 1 – 3 Tariq Hassan '58 United Arab Emirates Ammar AlJonaibi
20 2010-05-02 19:30 Ajman Club A 3 – 4 Soufiane Alloudi 4', Saeed Al Kass 33', Tariq Hassan '64 United Arab Emirates Sultan AlMarzouqi
21 2010-05-07 19:40 Emirates Club A 5 – 4 Soufiane Alloudi 18', Saeed Al Kass 45', Soufiane Alloudi 51', Soufiane Alloudi 57', Saeed Al Kass 69' United Arab Emirates Hamad AlShaikh
22 2010-05-14 19:40 Al-Jazira Club H 2 – 2 Mohammed Al Balushi 29', Mahir Jasem 80', United Arab Emirates Mohammad Abdullah Hassan

Top scorers[edit]

Player Goals
United Arab Emirates Saeed Al Kass 9
Brazil Alexander Oliveira 8
United Arab Emirates Eissa Ali 5
Panama Blas Pérez 4
Morocco Soufiane Alloudi 4
United Arab Emirates Isam Darweesh 2
United Arab Emirates Tariq Hassan 2
Brazil Douglas dos Santos 1
United Arab Emirates Waleed Murad 1
United Arab Emirates Khalid Darwish 1
Brazil Élton 1
Oman Mohammed Al Balushi 1
United Arab Emirates Mahir Jasem 1
An own goal has also been scored for AlWasl by Al Shabab Club's player Abdullah Darwish

2009–10 UAE President's Cup[edit]

AlWasl qualified directly to the Round of 16 of the UAE President's Cup. It played against Emirates Club in Khor Fakkan in a match that looked to be an easy task but proved otherwise. Emirates Club was able to beat AlWasl 2-1 in Extra time. The main cause of the early exit from the tournament was Al Wasl's recent triumph after topping their group in the Gulf Club Champions Cup 2009 and also due to the Red Card received by defender Sami Rubaiya.

Results[edit]

Kick Off Opponents H / A Result Scorers Referee Stage
2009-11-24 19:45 Emirates Club N 1 – 2 (a.e.t.) Blas Pérez 80'(pen) United Arab Emirates AbdulWahid Khater Round of 16

Etisalat Cup 2009-10[edit]

The Etisalat Cup is a gap-filler between the official tournaments. It does not involve the International Players.

Standing[edit]

Team Rnk Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
United Arab Emirates Al Wasl FC 4 6 1 2 3 8 9 -1 5

Results[edit]

Kick Off Opponents H / A Result Scorers Referee Stage
2009-10-09 17:15 Al-Nasr H 2 – 2 Khalaf Esmail 43', Douglas dos Santos 58', United Arab Emirates Farid Ali Groups Stage
2009-11-12 17:00 Emirates Club H 2 – 0 Alexander Oliveira 48', Alexander Oliveira 69', United Arab Emirates Abdullah Karam Groups Stage
2009-12-10 20:00 Al-Jazira Club H 0 – 1 United Arab Emirates Mohammad AlJunaibi Groups Stage
2009-12-31 20:00 Al-Jazira Club A 1 – 2 Mohammed Jamal (UAE footballer) 46' United Arab Emirates AbdulWahid Khater Groups Stage
2010-01-05 20:00 Al-Nasr A 2 – 2 Mahir Jasem 30', Douglas dos Santos '34, United Arab Emirates Yaqoub AlHammadi Groups Stage
2010-02-27 17:35 Emirates Club H 1 – 2 Tariq Hassan '47, United Arab Emirates Ibrahim Mohammad AlMuhairi Groups Stage
Al Wasl FC played twice at Home against Emirates Club as per the opponent's request due to the construction works in the Emirates Club Stadium during the first round of the competition.

Top scorers[edit]

Player Goals
Brazil Douglas dos Santos 2
Brazil Alexander Oliveira 2
United Arab Emirates Khalaf Esmail 1
United Arab Emirates Mohammed Jamal 1
United Arab Emirates Mahir Jasem 1
United Arab Emirates Tariq Hassan 1

Facts and controversies[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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