The youth team announces its list to Syria

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The coaching staff of the national football team under the age of 20, led by coach Islam Dhibat, announced today, Monday, the list of players to face Syria twice in a friendly in Amman, in preparation for the continental finals in early March in Uzbekistan.
The list included 23 players, and they are: Murad Al-Faluji, Abdul Rahman Muhammad, Mahmoud Al-Maharma, Zaid Al-Asfar, Hashim Al-Mubaideen, Bakr Kalbouna, Asim Abu Al-Tin, Saif Al-Din Darwish, Youssef Hassan, Sultan Al-Shayyab, Ali Al-Azayza, Qusai Al-Mansouri, Amin Al-Shanaina, Alaa Dayyah. , Muhannad Abu Taha, Muhammad Raed, Omar Salah, Muhammad Abu Hazeem, Ahmed Ayman, Moaz Al-Aleimat, Arafat Al-Hajj, Abdel-Rahman Al-Zaben, Ali Hijabi.

The national team will hold an internal camp in a hotel in Amman, starting from next Saturday until the end of the month, during which it will face Syria on Monday 26 and Thursday 29.

Coach Thiabat confirmed that the selection of the current list came in light of the follow-up to the first and second week of the elite league under the age of 19, accompanied by the auxiliary technical staff, indicating that the doors of the team are open to any names that prove their eligibility to be present according to what they present during the remaining stages of the tournament, prior to announcing the list. The final of the Asian competitions.
In addition to Thiabat, the technical staff of the national team includes coach Bashar Bani Yassin, guards coach Muhammad al-Khalayleh, fitness coach Muhammad Jataker.

The draw for the continental competitions put the team in Group C, where it opens its campaign against Tajikistan on Thursday, March 2, and meets South Korea on Sunday, March 5, and concludes the first round against Oman on Wednesday, March 8.

The national team qualified for the Asian finals after winning its group, which included Syria, Chinese Taipei, Turkmenistan and the Northern Mariana Islands.

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