It is City's seventh Premier League title since they were bought by His Highness Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Court, in 2008 and they are now just two wins away from completing a treble only previously achieved by Manchester United in 1999.
During the meeting, Sheikh Mansour congratulated the team and the federation’s administrative and technical personnel for the results they achieved in recent tournaments, lauding the distinguished performances of the team’s competitors and wishing them further successes.
Guardiola met the City owner after the club clinched their fourth English Premier League title in five years after a thrilling finish on the last day of the tournament.
This came during a ceremony held at Qasr Al Watan, which began with the raising of the UAE flag by Sheikh Mansour with the national anthem playing in the background.
Shabab Al Ahli’s 3-2 win against Al Nasr saw them pip Sharjah to third spot in the table and claim the 2022 AFC Champions League qualifying spot. Sharjah finished fourth after a 1-0 defeat to Kalba.
The move is in line with the UAE’s position as an incubator for talents and skills.
The "UAE Jobs Bank" is an E-government platform that allows UAE nationals to apply directly to jobs offered by government entities and the private sector.
Participants discussed the numerous ways in which the UAE is closely coordinating with its international partners to identify, disrupt, and punish criminals and illicit financial networks.
President Erdogan prayed to the Almighty Allah that these appointments would contribute to the country’s development and progress, wishing the UAE and its people continued progress and prosperity.