Al-Wasl F.C.

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Al-Wasl
Logo
Full name Al-Wasl Football Club
Nickname(s) fouhoud (Arabic: الفهود‎)(The Cheetahs),
Embrator (Arabic: الإمبراطور‎)(The Emperor)
Founded 1 May 1974
Ground Zabeel Stadium
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ground Capacity 8,411
Owner Ahmed Bin Rashed[1]
Chairman Rashid Bin Ghaid
Manager Gabriel Calderón
League UAE Pro League
2013–14 UAE Arabian Gulf League, 12th
Website Club home page
Current season

Al Wasl Football Club (Arabic: نادي الوصل لكرة القدم‎) is a United Arab Emirates Football League club based in Dubai. It is a part of the multi-sports club Al Wasl Sports Club. Al Wasl is one of the most successful clubs in the UAE in all sports, therefore it has one of the largest fan bases in the Arabian Peninsula. For that Al Wasl has formed the first Ultras group in the UAE, Ultras Junoon. Former Argentine national team player and manager Diego Maradona was the manager of the club, with an annual salary of 3.5 million euros plus a private jet at his disposal until he was sacked in July 2012.[2]

Honours[edit]

  • The Club of the 20th Century in the UAE: Due to Al Wasl's impressive performance in the Continental Tournaments last century (5 wins and one loss), the IFFHS has decided to name Al Wasl as the UAE's Club of the 20th Century.[3]
1981–82, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1987–88, 1991–92, 1996–97, 2006–07
1986–87, 2006–07
1992–93
2009–10



Players[edit]

As of UAE Arabian Gulf League:

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Rashed Ali      United Arab Emirates
2 Defender Ali Hassan Joher      United Arab Emirates
3 Defender Abdulla Saleh      United Arab Emirates
4 Defender Ibrahim Jumaa      United Arab Emirates
5 Midfielder Ali Salmeen      United Arab Emirates
6 Defender Waheed Ismail (Captain)     United Arab Emirates
7 Forward Éderson      Brazil
8 Defender Ismael Al-Jasmi      United Arab Emirates
10 Midfielder Fábio Lima      Uzbekistan
11 Forward Khalifa Lahej      United Arab Emirates
12 Goalkeeper Yousif Al Zaabi      United Arab Emirates
15 Defender Abdulla Nasser      United Arab Emirates
16 Midfielder Abdulaziz Fayez      United Arab Emirates
17 Forward Abdulla Wahdani      United Arab Emirates
22 Goalkeeper Ismail Rabee      United Arab Emirates
23 Midfielder Mohammed Jamal      United Arab Emirates
24 Defender Thamer Mohammed      United Arab Emirates
25 Midfielder Ahmed Al Shamsi      United Arab Emirates
26 Defender Salem Masoud      United Arab Emirates
27 Midfielder Salem Abdullah      United Arab Emirates
28 Midfielder Mohammed Khalvan      United Arab Emirates
29 Defender Yasser Salem      United Arab Emirates
30 Goalkeeper Nasser Redha      United Arab Emirates
33 Defender Mohammed Salem      United Arab Emirates
45 Midfielder Hugo Viana      Portugal
50 Goalkeeper Jamal Jassem      United Arab Emirates
55 Defender Hassan Zahran      United Arab Emirates
66 Midfielder Adnan Hussain      United Arab Emirates
77 Defender Hazza Salem      United Arab Emirates
90 Forward Caio      Brazil
92 Midfielder Khalifa Abdulla      United Arab Emirates
-- Defender Hassan Ameen      United Arab Emirates

Managers[edit]

See also Category:Al Wasl FC managers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Rashid Al Maktoum; www.alwaslsc.ae
  2. ^ "Maradona's annual salary" (in Italian). 31 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "IFFHS – Asia's Club of the Century". 
  4. ^ http://old.dotmsr.com/ar/401/1/126445
  5. ^ Arthur Bernardes Profile; SambaFoot.com[dead link]
  6. ^ "Guimaraes, willing to lead Honduras". DIEZ.HN (in Spanish). 5 July 2010. 
  7. ^ "Khalifa takes the reins for Al Wasl against Kalba". TheNational.ae. 24 April 2011. 
  8. ^ Dispensing services French coach Guy Lacombe; www.alwaslsc.ae
  9. ^ باروت يقود اول تمرين له مع الفهود; www.alwaslsc.ae
  10. ^ Gary Meenaghan (21 October 2013). "Laurent Banide dismissed as Al Wasl coach". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. Retrieved 31 March 2015. 
  11. ^ Ahmed Rizvi (2014). "Al Wasl part ways with Hector Cuper after brief, disappointing tenure". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. Retrieved 31 March 2015. 

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