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Lebanese Players Abroad: September 2020, Week 4

Rabih Ataya, Bassel Jradi, Hady Ghandour, Hassan Mhanna, Majed Osman and Joan Oumari played with their respective clubs.

Rabih Ataya is the player of the week.

Malaysia Super League, Malaysia (tier 1 – Round 9)

Rabih Ataya – Uitm FC

[Selangor FA 3-3 Uitm FC]

Rabih Ataya shone this week against Selangor Fain Malaysia, as he showed the extent of his talent: a very intelligent assist then a goal with a great technical finesse. What a player!

Uitm FC are now ranked 4th

Armenia First League, Armenia (tier 2 – Round 4)

Hassan Mhanna – FC Sevan

[FC Sevan 4-0 FC Noravank]

Week after week, Hassan Mhanna is showing his potential in Armenia.

His goal is an illustration of his intelligence in the game: a deep ball call then a meticulous strike that leaves no chance for the goalkeeper. Hassan Mhanna breathes football.

FC Sevan is now in a perfect position to take the lead in the Armenian First League.

Europa League Qualification

Bassel Jradi – HNK Hajduk Split

[Galatasaray 2-0 HNK Hajduk Split]

Logical defeat against the Turkish giants. Bassel Jradi played 84 minutes. His level was good and he had a good vision of the game. His team did not make the best out of their opportunities to score.

HNL, Croatia (tier 1 – Round 6)

Bassel Jradi – HNK Hajduk Split

[HNK Hajduk Split 2-0 NK Varazdin]

Bassel Jradi played 60 minutes. Easy game for Hajduk. They are now ranked 3rd!

Jordan League, Jordan (tier 1 – Round 8)

Majed Osman – Ramtha

[Al Hussein Irbid 1-1 Ramtha]

If you want to know what is a fighting spirit, well, watch Ramtha’s game!

Ramtha equalized at the 92nd minute!

Majed Osman was a starter. The state of mind of the team corresponds well with the personality of the Lebanese player. Perfect transfer so far!

Ramtha are ranked 3rd!

J League, Japan (tier 1 – Round 19)

Joan Oumari – FC Tokyo

[Sagan Tosu 3-0 FC Tokyo]

Joan Oumari was a starter. He lost against his former club.
FC Tokyo are ranked 3rd.

England Professional Development, England

Hady Ghandour – Charlton Athletic U23

[Colchester 0-0 Charlton Athletic]

Hady Ghandour started the game. Charlton are now ranked 3rd.

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