Nour Al-Ameed is back – Saudi News

“Okaz” learned from its own sources that the former captain of the Al Ittihad team, Mohamed Nour, whose suspension due to doping ends on (Wednesday) 28 October, will start preparing for his honoring festival by holding a match with one of the international teams in the year 2021.The same sources indicated that the star Mohamed Nour opened communication lines with an international office in order to choose the international club that will be located in his upcoming honoring festival.

He had two professional experiences in his football career with Al-Ittihad and Al-Nasr clubs, and he retired from playing football at a press conference held at the Al-Ittihad club headquarters in mid-2016, before receiving a five-year suspension due to doping, which ends on October 28, that is, before facing the derby that came His former team, Al-Ittihad, will meet Al-Ahly on (Saturday) the 31st of this month at Al-Jawhara Stadium in Jeddah, in the third round matches of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League.

It is noteworthy that Muhammad Nour won with Al-Ittihad 20 local, Gulf, Arab and continental championships, and participated in the 2005 World Cup in Japan, and achieved with Al-Nasr Club the two championships of the Professional League and the Crown Prince Cup, and with the Saudi national team won the Gulf Cup (twice) and the Arab Cup once, and participated in World Cup 2002 and 2006 World Cups.

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