Ohod Club

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Ohod Club
Full name Ohod Al Madina Al Munawara Club
Founded 1936
Ground Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Stadium
Ground Capacity 24,000
Chairman Saud Al-Harbi
Manager Abdulwahab Al-Harbi
League Saudi First Division
2015–16 Saudi First Division, 9th

Ohod Club is a Saudi Arabian football club based in Medina. The club's home ground is Prince Mohamed Bin Abdulaziz Stadium.

Ohod last played in the Saudi Premier League during the 2004–05 season,[1] as the club finished in last place and were relegated to the Saudi First Division.[2] During the 1994 FIFA World Cup two players from Ohod were selected for the Saudi Arabia national team and Cameroon national team, respectively, Hamzah Idris and Thomas Libiih. Other famous players are Redha Tukar (1995-2001) and Mohammad Khouja (2003-2005).

Players[edit]

As of Saudi First Division:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Hossam Abdulmajeed  Saudi Arabia
16 Goalkeeper Fares Al-Hajori  Saudi Arabia
24 Goalkeeper Abdoh Besisi  Saudi Arabia

2 Defender Osama Aashor  Saudi Arabia
4 Defender Omar Hawsawi  Saudi Arabia
5 Defender Ziyad Al-Hunaiti  Saudi Arabia
6 Defender Ibrahim Al-Subaie  Saudi Arabia
15 Defender Abdulatif Al-Enezi  Saudi Arabia
19 Defender Mousa Assiri  Saudi Arabia
21 Defender Muhannad Al-Shanqeeti  Saudi Arabia
22 Defender Salek Ahmed  Saudi Arabia
23 Defender Hussain Maatouq  Saudi Arabia
25 Defender Mesleh Al-Haydari  Saudi Arabia
26 Defender Ahmed Assiri  Saudi Arabia
52 Defender Sami Kassar (on loan from Al-Faisaly)  Saudi Arabia

3 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Enezi  Saudi Arabia
7 Midfielder Mohammed Harzan  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Mohammed Sayed Al-Dhaw  Sudan
10 Midfielder Dhaifallah Al-Qarni  Saudi Arabia
12 Midfielder Bader Al-Nakhli  Saudi Arabia
17 Midfielder Fahad Abo Jaber  Saudi Arabia
18 Midfielder Nassr Al-Din Ibrahim  Saudi Arabia
20 Midfielder Hatten Baratli  Tunisia
27 Midfielder Faisel Al-Ahmadi  Saudi Arabia
28 Midfielder Mohammed Abo Ayed  Saudi Arabia
32 Midfielder Khaled Al-Muwallad  Saudi Arabia
33 Midfielder Mazen Al-Johani  Saudi Arabia
44 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Khaibari  Saudi Arabia

9 Forward Fares Al-Harbi  Saudi Arabia
11 Forward Rakan Al-Hafdhi  Saudi Arabia
13 Forward Cheikh Mohamed Toure  Mali
14 Forward Abdullah Al-Ahmadi  Saudi Arabia
70 Forward Abdulhaleem Al-Amoudi  Saudi Arabia
77 Forward Mohammed Al-Bladi  Saudi Arabia

Former managers[edit]

  • Romania Petre Gigiu (2010–11)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ahmad, Mahmoud (2004-12-27). "King Fahd Cup Resumes Today". Arab News. Retrieved 2009-04-06. 
  2. ^ "Saudi Arabia 2004/05". RSSSF. Retrieved 2009-04-06.