Good news for Arab clubs.. “Stubborn” withdrew from the Club World...

Good news for Arab clubs.. “Stubborn” withdrew from the Club World...
Good news for Arab clubs.. “Stubborn” withdrew from the Club World...
New Zealand’s Auckland City, the champions of Oceania, announced their withdrawal from the Club World Cup, which will be held in the country. UAE Next February, due to the restrictions imposed by his country on travel after the outbreak of Corona and the high incidence of mutant cases Omicron.

The Oceania Football Confederation has nominated a small Tahiti club, AS Perai, to take part in Auckland’s place.

Auckland had also withdrawn from the 2020 edition of the tournament, in Qatar, for the same reason.

Good news for Arab clubs

The news of Auckland’s withdrawal represents a good boost for some Arab clubs participating in the tournament, most notably a representative UAE club The island.

The island will avoid facing “stubborn” Auckland at the opening of the tournament, and will instead face a club from Tahiti, who will facilitate his task by crossing.

The qualifiers from Al-Jazira club and the Tahitian club will play the Saudi club, Al-Hilal, the Asian champion, whose task will also be facilitated by avoiding the physically strong Auckland.

It is noteworthy that the FIFA Club World Cup is scheduled to be held in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, from February 3 to 12.

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