Al-Mesaimeer Sports Club

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Al-Mesaimeer S.C.
Mesaimeer.jpg
Full name Al-Mesaimeer Sports Club
Founded 1998; 16 years ago (1998)
Chairman Abdulrahman bin Saad Shathri
Manager Jorge Paixão[1]
League Qatari 2nd Division
2011–12 5th
Website Club home page

Al-Mesaimeer Sports Club (Arabic: مسيمير‎) is a Qatari multi-sports club based in Mesaimeer. Its football department plays in the Qatari 2nd Division. It has never been promoted to the first league. It was previously known as Al-Nahda Sports Club, then Al-Shoala, and finally, today it is known as Mesaimeer Sports Club.

History[edit]

The club was unofficially formed in 1996 (under the name "Al-Nahda Sports Club"), located in Doha due to administrative and financial dependence of the Qatar Football Association.

In 1998 His Highness the former Heir Apparent Sheikh Jasim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, along with the Qatar National Olympic Committee, officially founded the club followed by the formation of a constituent general assembly and the election of a Board of Directors. In light of that period the club's name was changed to Al-Shoala.

In 2000, the construction of the club's official headquarters in the Mesaimeer area was completed under the supervision of National Olympic Committee, consisting of an administrative building, clothes changing rooms and a football field.

The Board of Directors' plans were re-examined to attract the local community to the club and form a base of players in all age groups starting from the juniors to the first team and provided facilities and services ranging from sports equipment and accessories to trainers, educators and advice from professional players.

The club began its participation in sporting events and the first team was runner-up in the second league numerous times. After a period of time, junior and youth players were playing against big teams and beating them, prompting the Board of Directors to show diligence and attention towards the younger players and acknowledge that they are the backbone of the club and its future. They shifted their resources towards them and trained them well and provided them with attention outside the club, assisting them in their school studies, in addition to support within the club, in hope that they will one day represent the first team. In the year 2004, due to the desire of the members of the club's founders and employees, the club changed its name from Al-Shoala to Al-Mesaimeer Sports Club, in accordance to the region of where the club and its headquarters are situated.

Name history[edit]

  • 1996 : Founded as Al-Nahda Sports Club
  • 1998 : The club renamed to Al-Shoala Sports Club
  • 2004 : The club renamed to Al-Mesaimeer Sports Club

Current squad[edit]

Updated: 15 February 2014 [2]

First team[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Qatar FW Fahad Al Shammari
2 Qatar FW Mohammed Al Mansouri
3 Qatar FW Hossam Ahmed
4 Qatar DF Abdulrahman Al Alawi
6 Qatar FW Abdulrahman Al Omari
7 Peru FW Donny Neyra
8 Qatar DF Ahmed Nader
9 East Timor FW Pedro Henrique
10 Brazil MF David Lazari
11 Brazil FW Djavan de Lima Araujo
12 Qatar DF Hamad Darwish
13 Qatar MF Adel Rashidi
14 Ivory Coast MF Herman Kaku
15 Egypt MF Haitham Fathi
16 Qatar MF Mohammed Salimi
No. Position Player
17 Qatar MF Mehdi Abbas
18 Cameroon MF Jeremy Ngog
19 Qatar MF Sanad Rahman
20 Qatar MF Abdulrahman Al Jabri
21 Qatar MF Mubarak Ali Karbi
22 Cameroon GK Stephan Tadja
23 Qatar GK Hussain Ali
24 Qatar GK Mohammed Anwar
-- Qatar DF Shami Hassan
-- Qatar DF Sultan Khalaf
-- Qatar DF Ahmed Abdoh
-- Qatar DF Khalifa Al-Abdulla

Management[edit]

Technical staff[edit]

Updated 18 June 2014.[3]

Name Role Nationality
Raad Abdul-Latif Head coach Iraq Iraqi
Filipe Silvério Assistant Manager Portugal Portuguese
Vitor Pereira Goalkeeping Coach Portugal Portuguese
Raúl Oliveira Fitness Coach Portugal Portuguese
Louay Battah U–19 Coach Iraq Iraqi
Abdulsalam Farid U–17 Coach Egypt Egyptian
Mohammed Hammam U–15 Coach Egypt Egyptian
Taha Hussein U–14 Coach Egypt Egyptian
Saleh Murad U–19 / U–17 Gk Coach Egypt Egyptian
Khaled Ali U–15 / U–14 Gk Coach Egypt Egyptian

Medical staff[edit]

Updated 18 June 2014.[4]

Name Role Nationality
Ramos Caesarlona First Team Doctor Philippines Filipino
Richard Sardiona Youth Teams Doctor Philippines Filipino
Mohammed Tawoos Physiotherapist Iraq Iraqi
Eleni Makri Nurse Greece Greek

Board of directors[edit]

Position Staff
President Qatar Abdulrahman Shathri
Vice-president Qatar Yusuf Al-Mana
Assistant Secretary Qatar Abdulrahman Al-Qahtani
General Secretary Qatar Ibrahim Al-Mana
Board Member Qatar Abdulrahman Al-Mana
Board Member Qatar Ahmed Taleb
Treasurer Qatar Mohammad Saeed
Board Member Qatar Abdulkader Al-Sheikh
Board Member Qatar Abdulrahman A. Al-Mana

Last updated: 20 October 2011
Source: Mesaimeer

Achievements[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jorge Paixão vence na Taça do Qatar (Portuguese)
  2. ^ "Player list". superkoora.com. Retrieved 15 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Technical staff" (in Arabic). mesaimeerclub.com. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  4. ^ "Technical staff" (in Arabic). mesaimeerclub.com. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "نادي مسيمير يحتفي بقطاع الفئات السنية لكرة القدم" (in Arabic). alarab.qa. 27 May 2012. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 

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