AFC CUP Final: Al-Seeb club seeks to achieve a historic achievement for Omani football

Kuala Lumpur: Oman’s Al-Seeb Club is seeking to achieve a historic achievement for Omani football and the first AFC CUP title in its history when it faces Kuala Lumpur City of Malaysia next Saturday in the AFC Cup final at 3 pm Oman time.

Al-Seeb deserved to reach the final of the tournament after a series of positive results from the group stage to the playoffs, where he succeeded in reaching the final representing the West Asian region and beat Bahrain’s Riffa 4-0. Sultanate of Oman.

Al-Seeb Club is conducting its first training session this evening in preparation for the confrontation led by the national coach Rashid Jaber. Al-Ajmi, Eid bin Muhammad Al-Farsi, Abdul-Aziz bin Humaid Al-Muqbali, Mohsen bin Saleh Al-Ghasani, Salah bin Saeed Al-Yahyai, ​​Cosmos Dauda, ​​Muhammad bin Saeed Al-Habsi, Issam bin Khamis Al-Makhzoumi, Ahmed bin Khalfan Al-Siyabi, Youssef bin Nasher Al-Maliki, Marwan bin Ta’ib, children of Wadi and Tamim bin Haitham Al-Balushi and Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Habsi And Irfan bin Abdullah Al-Salmi and Muhammad bin Abdul Hakim Al-Hatmi.

The AFC Cup is the second tournament at the club level in the continent after the AFC Champions League. It was launched in 1990 under the name of the Asian Cup Winners’ Cup or the Asian Cup Winners’ Cup. The competition lasted for 12 consecutive seasons from 1990 to 2002, and the tournament stopped in 2003 after the The Asian Confederation made extensive changes to club competitions, as it suspended the old tournaments and introduced two new tournaments, the AFC Champions League and the AFC Cup.

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