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Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Humaid Al Nuaim, chairman of Grupo Ajman Holding, owner of Quattro Sports Center, held a joint meeting with the management of Quattro Sports Center and the Argentine Football Academy, which operates in association with Quattro Sports Center. in Ajman, after the start of the academy’s second season.
The meeting was attended by the director of the Quattro sports center, Abdulaziz Abdullah, the administrative head of the Argentine academy, Mohamed Al-Najjar, and the technical head, Marcelo Lamas. The photographer of the deceased, Jorge Luengo, was also present at the meeting. Argentine legend Diego Armando Maradona.
After hearing the due explanations from both parties, he calmed down the work of the academy and sports center, and urged the academy staff to make more efforts and constantly seek to develop and improve the players’ skills so that they are tributary to the clubs. and the national team. The teams expressed good wishes for the future and good luck to the academy in its second season, following the academy’s great success last season, which saw a huge influx of players aged 5-18 and many sports programs and tournaments. Among the local academies in the country, through the Sheikh Humaid bin Abdulaziz League, which was held in its fourth edition with the participation of 24 teams divided into three age groups under-10, under-12 and under-14, in addition to the stage. Player Academy, which took place last July in the Republic of Serbia.
He praised the great success of the fifth edition of the Gulf Academies Quattro Championship, which featured 12 teams from the Arab Gulf countries and the United Arab Emirates in the under-12 and under-14 age groups, and thanked the organizing committees and supporting institutions. that contributed to the success of the event.

Source: Al Ittihad

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