Today, Monday, the Syrian Football Association page announced the list of the Syrian national team for players chosen by, Tita Valerio, Romanian coach, to participate in the UAE and South Korea matches in the Asian qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar.
The list included two expatriate players called for the first time, while the list bore the name of goalkeeper Khaled Hajji Othman, who reversed his decision to retire from international football.
The list included in the goalkeeper position: Ibrahim Alama, Khalj Al-Haji Othman and Shaher Al-Shaker.
In defense: Omar Maidani, Youssef Muhammad, Muayyad Al-Khouli, Thaer Karuma, Al-Layth Ali, Abdullah Al-Shami, Omar Janyat and Muhammad Sehyoni.
In the middle: Muhammad Al-Anz, Kamel Hamisheh, Tamer Haj Al-Mohammed, Hussam Ayesh, Muhammad Rihaniya, Mahmoud Al-Mawas, Mulham Baboli, Oliver Caskaw, Ayaz Othman, Mustafa Junaid, Fahd Al-Youssef and Ward Al-Salama.
In the attack: Mahmoud Al-Bahr, Omar Khribin and Omar Al-Soma.
And for the first time in the Syrian national team, a professional in the Canadian league, Mulham Baboli, and also for the first time, the player in the Swedish league, Hossam Al-Ayesh, was absent from the list, Muhammad Othman, after he terminated his contract with his Dutch club, in addition to Ahmed Al-Saleh, Saad Ahmed, Moayad Al-Ajjan, Khaled Al-Kardaghli, Muhammad Marmour and Ali Bashmani. Taha Moussa, Faris Arnaout, Muhammad Al-Hallaq and Kamel Kawaya.
The Syrian team will face the UAE and South Korea in the UAE in the Asian qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar.
The Syrian team is the last of its group with only two points after 4 defeats and two draws.
“Nissour Qasioun” needs at least 3 wins out of 4 remaining matches in the qualifiers to enter the qualification accounts from the group for the Asian playoff seat.
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