It’s guaranteed that we will see new names in the squad for the camp in UAE this November. Majed Osman, the midfielder at Al Ramtha, has been called up for the first time to the national team, according to Kooora.com.
Osman, 26, played in England and USA before moving to Safa and then moving to Ramtha after the cancellation of the Lebanese Premier League. So far, he has 10 appearances for the Jordanian team and 1 goal to his name.
In an interview with FA Lebanon in March, Osman stated: “Being able to represent your country in any regard is a great honour and, as a footballer, it has always been a dream of mine to play for the national team. I hope I can use my time at Ramtha to show what I’m capable of to hopefully be considered. If the opportunity comes, I would be honoured and try to make the most of it.”