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Wissam Rizk monitors the Iraqi classico from Al-Shaab Stadium


Confirm the presence of the Qatari coach Wessam RizkIn the capital, Baghdad, after arriving there yesterday, in preparation for negotiations with the Air Force administration. He is also expected to follow the Iraqi Clasico today.

Rizk is scheduled to complete his negotiations with air Force Iraqi, in preparation for training the Falcons football team starting next season.

Rizq is currently in the capital, Baghdad, coinciding with the Iraqi Clasico match today between Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya and Al-Zawraa in the semi-finals at Al-Shaab International Stadium.

It is also scheduled that Rizk will watch the classic match between Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya and Al-Zawraa from the stands of Al-Shaab International Stadium, in order to be close to the atmosphere of the game and the Iraqi fans.

The Air Force management invited the coach to attend the match in order to know the task that awaits him in terms of the crowd’s momentum and the great love for the Falcons, especially since the classic matches between the Falcons and the Seagulls are usually characterised by a large crowd presence.

Wissam Rizk is heading towards agreeing to coach Al-Suqoor next season, to be the second Qatari coach to work in Iraq after his compatriot Talal Al-Balushi, coach of Zakho of Iraq.

Iraq Classico, Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya’s gateway to winning the cup

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya team hopes to regain its glory and return to the path of coronation in the Iraqi Premier League after the police team dominated the title for three consecutive seasons, as it seeks to contract with Rizk to return to the path of coronation and victories.

Despite losing the competition for the Iraqi Premier League title, Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya team still aspires to win the cup title, starting with the Iraqi Clasico, to compensate its fans for the failures this season, specifically losing the lead in the Premier League.

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya includes a large group of players from the Iraqi national and Olympic teams, such as: Ayman Hussein, Saad Natiq, Ibrahim Bayesh, Ali Jassim, and Mustafa Saadoun.

Wissam Rizk, former coach of Al Sadd SC

The Air Force team will lose a number of its players next season, most notably striker Ayman Hussein, who has agreed to move to Al-Khor in Qatar, as well as player Ali Jassim, whose loan to the Air Force team has ended after coming from the Electricity team.

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya will represent Iraq in the AFC Champions League 2 next season, as it finished second in the Iraqi Premier League, while the leader, Al-Shorta, will represent Iraq in the AFC Champions League for the elite.



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