As part of preparations for the 2018-19 season, Al Sailiya will play four friendlies during their camp in Tabarka, Tunisia, from July 1-23. The team management has reposed its faith in Tunisian coach Sami Trabelsi, who will start finalising the players for the new season in which they hope to put up a better performance than they did this time. Al Sailiya stayed in the fourth position for long, behind eventual champions Al Duhail, Al Sadd and Al Rayyan, but could end up only sixth in the QNB Stars League with 28 points. A series of negative results impacted The Peregrines’ downward spiral in the second phase of competition.
QOC’s Ramadan football tourney continues in style
The competitions of the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) Ramadan Football Tournament in its 12th edition continued in style on Monday. Two matches were held as President’s Office defeated Secretariat General 10-0 , while Human Resources and Administrative Services Department edged past Sports Affairs Department. Two more matches will be played today as President’s office will take on Financial Affairs while Secretariat General will shake hands with Sports Affairs Department. The tournament began on Sunday where Human Resources and Administrative Services Department trounced Secretariat General 7-2 while Sports Affairs Department recorded a 2-1 victory over Financial Affairs Department. It’s worth mentioning that Sports Affairs Department were winners of the last four editions of tournament.
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