Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed, Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Hamdan Bin Zayed and Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber stand for a photograph with the Arabian Gulf League Cup at Al Shati Palace on Thursday. WAM.
This came as Sheikh Mohamed received at Qasr Al Shati on Thursday Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, who is the Chairman of Al Jazira Cultural and Sports Club, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Club's board member, and Dr Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Club's Deputy Board Chairman, who dedicated the win to the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince in recognition of his support of the sports sector across the nation.
Sheikh Mohamed congratulated the club's officials and fans on the win, expressing appreciation of all the participating teams for their sportsmanship and teamwork spirit.
Star striker Ali Mabkhout’s injury scare added to the Al Jazira’s woes as the capital club is already battling with fitness issues to some of their biggest stars.
The 33-year-old has been with Al Jazira since 2004 and has made 431 appearances for the club in the local competitions, and won the UAE President Cup 3 times, the Arabian Gulf League 2 times, the UAE Confederation Cup and the Arabian Gulf Cup.
The new calendar was designed, keeping in view the World Cup qualifiers and AFC Champions League matches.
An array of talented stars will descend in Dubai during the course of this week in preparation for the 26th Al Habtoor Tennis Challenge (AHTC) that is scheduled to take place at the Habtoor Grand Resort in Dubai Marina.
The UAE Polo Federation has high hopes of being chosen as the host country for the 2026 Polo World Cup.
Considered as one of the largest chess events in the Arab world and Middle East, organized by Alef Group in cooperation with the Sharjah Cultural & Chess Club, began with the participation of more than 1,000 players from 25 countries and will continue till Dec.18.