Hatta Club

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Hatta Club
Full name Hatta Sports Club
Nickname(s) Tornado
Founded 1981
Ground Hatta Stadium,
Dubai, UAE
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Saeed Bin Hamdan
Head coach Gjoko Hadzievski
League UAE Arabian Gulf League
Website Club home page

Hatta Club is a Sports club based in Dubai, UAE founded in 1981. It is most widely known for its professional football team, which currently promoted to UAE Pro-League.

Players[edit]

As of UAE Arabian Gulf League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Sultan Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
17 Goalkeeper Saif Rashed (on loan from Al-Jazira)  United Arab Emirates
26 Goalkeeper Darwish Ben Habib  United Arab Emirates
50 Goalkeeper Obaid Raihan  United Arab Emirates

5 Defender Abdullah Al-Dahmani  United Arab Emirates
13 Defender Mousa Hatab  United Arab Emirates
18 Defender Abdullah Hassan Al-Noubi (on loan from Al-Ahli)  United Arab Emirates
20 Defender Khamis Al-Ajmani  United Arab Emirates
23 Defender Sebil Ghazi (on loan from Al-Nasr)  United Arab Emirates
24 Defender Nikolai Topor-Stanley  Australia
32 Defender Mahmoud Hassan  United Arab Emirates
33 Defender Bader Abdulrahman  United Arab Emirates
39 Defender Ali Al-Khajah  United Arab Emirates
55 Defender Mohammed Qassim  United Arab Emirates
67 Defender Mohammed Al-Kaebi (on loan from Dubai)  United Arab Emirates

4 Midfielder Adrian Ropotan  Romania
7 Midfielder Rashed Jalal (on loan from Al-Nasr)  United Arab Emirates
10 Midfielder Nasser Obaid  United Arab Emirates
22 Midfielder Lahej Al-Nofali  United Arab Emirates
40 Midfielder Khaled Al-Bloushi  United Arab Emirates
45 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Mulla  United Arab Emirates
66 Midfielder Adnan Hussain  United Arab Emirates
70 Midfielder Mahir Jasem  United Arab Emirates
77 Midfielder Mohammed Jamal  United Arab Emirates

9 Forward Essa Obaid  United Arab Emirates
11 Forward Rafael Silva (on loan from Cruzeiro)  Brazil
14 Forward Abdullah Morad  United Arab Emirates
19 Forward Samuel Rosa (on loan from Fluminense)  Brazil
21 Forward Younes Ahmad (on loan from Al-Nasr)  United Arab Emirates
71 Forward Mohamed Malallah  United Arab Emirates

Honors[edit]

2015-16

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