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Monday, May 13, 2019

A tough Asian test for Kuwait in front of the island






Kuwait will face a difficult task on Tuesday in the sixth round of the AFC Cup Group Stage when they face Jordan's Al-Jazira counterpart.

Al-Jazira leads the standings with 13 points, while Kuwait are in the standings with 10 points. Bahrain is third with 4 points.

Kuwait needs to reap the points in order to secure their rise, while Jordan's Al Jazira looks forward to asserting its lead and winning the first card.

Kuwait has succeeded in correcting its situation in the group, winning three consecutive games against the Bahraini star in the face of the return and the Syrian Federation.

Kuwait, facing the island, is rife with the title of the Premier League for the third season in a row, while Al-Jazeera's efforts to achieve the same thing, as he was limited to the Jordanian league, for Al-Faisali who won the title.

Kuwait did not rest in the wake of their national league title and went into intensive preparations to face Al-Jazira in the hope of winning and finishing this season with a qualification to the second round.

Al-Abid has no significant absence except Talal Al-Fadhel, along with Meshary Ghannam and Hamza Lahmar, due to lack of registration in the Asian team.

The technical staff of Kuwait, led by Mohammed Abdullah, is based on Hamid Al-Qallaf in the goalkeeper, in the defense Sami Al-Saneh, Hussein Al-Hakim, Fahd Al-Hajri, Hamid Mido, Issam Al-Adwa, Shuraida Al-Sharida, Faisal Zayed and Abdullah Al-Breiki.

On the other hand, Al-Jazira coach Shahab Al-Laili chose 19 players to face Kuwait, including Ahmed Abdul Sattar, Noor Ben Attia, Fadi Al Natour, Fares Shalabaya, Omar Manasra, Nour Al Rawabdeh, Mahmoud Mardi and Mahmoud Za'tara.

Former German cyclist Danilo Hundo admitted in a media interview last night that during his career he had undergone a doping program by injecting blood with oxygen.

Hundo said in an interview with German television Er Ard that he was taking injectable doping with the help of German doctor Mark S, who was recently convicted of involvement in helping many athletes around the world to take doping in different ways.

Hondo explained that he went through a moment of weakness made him involved in the treatment of doping, stressing that he will guide himself throughout his life Q: Why weakened?

The former German cyclist noted that Mark S. had succeeded in persuading him very easily to take doping. "Then I made the biggest mistake in my life and confirmed his story."

Hondo's confessions have sparked widespread reactions, including the decision by the Swiss Cycling Federation to dismiss the former cyclist as coach of the national cycling team.

Hondo, who has been living in Switzerland for several years, was the coach of the Swiss national cycling team after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, two years after finishing his 18-year career.

Hondo, who was a member of the German football team Girolstener, was suspended for two years in 2005 after being convicted of doping, but the charge was categorically rejected by the German rider, despite the discovery of Carvidone in his urine sample.

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