Al Khoyol FC

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Al Khoyol FC
Al_Khoyol_Logo
Full name Al Khoyol FC
Nickname(s) The Stallions
Horses
Founded 2009
Ground Safa stadium
Beirut, Lebanon
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Maytham Komati
Coach Osama Al Saqr
League Lebanese Second Division

Al Khoyol FC (Arabic: نادي الخيول‎‎) is a Lebanese football (soccer) club based in Beirut which competes in the Lebanese Second Division. The club was formerly known as Al Jihad Hay Al Sullom and the lincense was changed in 2009 to Al Khoyol FC. The club's traditional kit color is Orange.

Current squad[edit]

As of January 25, 2010:
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Lebanon GK Bilal Hashem
2 Lebanon DF Ali Al Dayqa
3 Lebanon DF Adel Rizik
5 Lebanon MF Ali Hadi Rammal
6 Lebanon DF Hussain Daher
7 Lebanon FW Ali Ayash
8 Lebanon MF Ali Fardous
9 State of Palestine FW Ibrahim Manasri
10 State of Palestine MF Rami Asaad
11 Lebanon MF Fadl Al Sayed
13 Lebanon MF Ahmad Younes
14 Lebanon MF Ali Mezher
No. Position Player
16 Lebanon FW Basel Saleh
18 Lebanon MF Hassan Fardous
19 Lebanon DF Ali Bazzi (Mouki)
20 Lebanon MF Ahmad Daher
22 Lebanon GK Hussain Al Zain
23 Lebanon GK Ali Bazzi
24 Lebanon MF Jaafar Fneish
25 Lebanon MF Hamza Mahmoud
26 Lebanon GK Ali Rashed Laila
27 Lebanon DF Mohamad Awada
30 Lebanon DF Ali Ayoub
33 Lebanon MF Fouad Hijazi
90 Lebanon FW Maytham Komaty

Coach: Osama Al Saqr

Transfers: Winter '10[edit]

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

No. Position Player
28 Lebanon FW Hamid Basma (to Australia Heidelberg United)

Administration[edit]

President: Maytham Komaty
Vice-President: Ali Ayash
Vice-President: Jamal Al Haj
Treasurer: Khodr Komaty
Public Relations: Ahmad Shokeir
Club director: Rawad Mezher
Team manager: Samir Rizik
Media officer: Mohamad Shokeir

Notable former players[edit]

  • Lebanon Hamid Basma

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