Al Shabab (Dubai)

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Al-Shabab
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Full name Al Shabab Al Arabi Club
Founded 1958
Ground Maktoum bin Rashid Stadium,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman HH Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum
Manager Fred Rutten
League UAE Pro League
2013–14 UAE Pro League, 4th

Al Shabab Al Arabi Club is a football and basketball[1] club based in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, that plays in the UAE Arabian Gulf League. The club was founded in 1958.[2]

Achievements[edit]

15 official championships.

Winners: 1981–82, 1984–85, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1994–95, 2002–03, 2007–08
Winners: 1980–81, 1989–90, 1993–94, 1996-97
Runners-up: 1976–77, 1984–85, 1987–88, 1998–99, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2012–13
Winners: 2010–11
Winners: 1992, 2011, 2015

Players[edit]

As of UAE Arabian Gulf League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Abdullah Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
17 Goalkeeper Hassan Hamza  United Arab Emirates
18 Goalkeeper Salem Abdulla  United Arab Emirates
55 Goalkeeper Nader Rajab  United Arab Emirates

2 Defender Eisa Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
3 Defender Mohammed Ali Ayed  United Arab Emirates
4 Defender Mohammed Marzooq  United Arab Emirates
5 Defender Sultan Sebil  United Arab Emirates
12 Defender Ismael Khaled  United Arab Emirates
13 Defender Khalil Lashkari  United Arab Emirates
19 Defender Adel Sebil  United Arab Emirates
25 Defender Mahmoud Qassem  United Arab Emirates
44 Defender Khaled Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
66 Defender Abdulaziz Ghanem  United Arab Emirates

6 Midfielder Mohammed Jumaa  United Arab Emirates
7 Midfielder Azizbek Haydarov  Uzbekistan
10 Midfielder Tomás De Vincenti  Argentina
20 Midfielder Nasser Masoud  United Arab Emirates
22 Midfielder Manea Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
24 Midfielder Jassem Salem  United Arab Emirates
26 Midfielder Hassan Ibrahim Saqer  United Arab Emirates
28 Midfielder Fahad Khalvan  United Arab Emirates
32 Midfielder Majed Ahmed  United Arab Emirates
33 Midfielder Marwan Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
92 Midfielder Khalifa Abdullah  United Arab Emirates

11 Forward Henrique Luvannor  Moldova
21 Forward Muhannad Aziz  United Arab Emirates
23 Forward Saad Khamis  United Arab Emirates
30 Forward Nana Poku  Ghana
77 Forward Rashed Hassan  United Arab Emirates
99 Forward Mohammed Ibrahim  United Arab Emirates

-- Midfielder Rashed Eisa  United Arab Emirates

Current Staff[edit]

[citation needed]

Position Name
Manager Netherlands Fred Rutten
Assistant Manager 1 -
Assistant Manager 2 -
Fitness and Conditioning Coach Netherlands Terry
Goalkeeping Coach Netherlands Arnold
Doctor Tunisia Mourad Ghrairi
Physiotherapist Syria Sari Shaikh Alnajjarin
Physiotherapist India Naveen Ram
Masseurs Brazil Angelo
Support France Felip
Al Shabab supporters at Al Jazira Club.

Managerial history[edit]

[citation needed]

Dates Name
1974–79 Egypt Rifaat Rajab Rieo
1979–82 Brazil Danilo Alves
1983 Brazil Flávio Teixeira
1983–84 Scotland Dave Mackay
1985 France Claude Le Roy
1985–86 Brazil Marcos Falopa
1988–89 Brazil Marcos Paquetá
1989–90 Poland Tony Bchinnk
1991 Iraq Khalaf Kareem
1992 Tunisia Murad Mahjoub
1994–96 Romania Ilie Balaci
1996 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Popović
1998 Poland Tony Bchinnk
1998 United Arab Emirates Abdullah Saqer Al Marri
1999–2000 Netherlands Rinus Israël
Dates Name
2000 Brazil Emerlado
2000–2001 Slovakia Dušan Radolský
2002 Algeria Rabah Saâdane
2002–2003 Romania Grigore Sichitiu
2003 United Arab Emirates Hassan Ali
2003–2004 Germany Reiner Hollmann
2004–2006 Bosnia and Herzegovina Džemal Hadžiabdić
2006 Brazil Renê Weber
2006–2007 Romania Ilie Balaci
2007 United Arab Emirates Abdullah Saqer Al Marri
2008–2009 Brazil Toninho Cerezo
2009 Iraq Abdul Wahab Abdul Qader
2009-2012 Brazil Paulo Bonamigo
2012–2014 Brazil Marcos Paquetá
2014–2016 Brazil Caio Júnior
Dates Name
2016– Netherlands Fred Rutten

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AL SHABAB DUBAI basketball team". Asia-basket.com. Asia-Basket.com. Retrieved 19 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "Al Shabab (Dubai)". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 28 September 2014. 

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