Saudi 360 – Some clubs in the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professionals Cup League rejected the Al-Nasr club’s proposal to raise the number of players in the team list to 35 instead of 30.
The Saudi Al-Riyadiah newspaper indicated that the victory proposal had been approved by Al-Wehda and Abha clubs during the meeting held with Yasser Al-Mashal, president of the Saudi Football Association.
Clubs reject the victory proposal:
The Saudi newspaper stated that Al-Hilal and Al-Shabab were at the forefront of the clubs that rejected the victory proposal, so that the President of the Football Association put it up for discussion before voting, so that the rejecting votes were more likely.
The same source confirmed that Al-Nasr’s proposal to increase the number of players in the list of teams was rejected due to avoiding accumulation in the club lists and because it does not serve all clubs.
Most of the clubs voted to keep the number of players in the lists at 30, with the possibility of using either youth or Olympic players without the condition that he be a professional, which was approved by the Football Association and the League.
The matches of the first round of the new season of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professionals Cup League will start on Saturday, October 17th, according to the schedule announced by the Competitions Committee of the Saudi Football Association.
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