Extended His Sincerest Ramadan Greetings to Everyone.. Sultan Rashid Hails PLC Decision and Stresses that the Society’s Safety is a Top Priority

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Sultan Rashid, Supervisor of Al Ain First Football Team, extended his sincerest Ramadan greetings to everyone while praying for “the blessing of well-being and goodness in this country and all Arab and Islamic countries.”

In an exclusive press statement published by the official website of Al Ain Club, Sultan Rashid stated that the decision of the UAE Pro League Committee (PLC) to resume the activities of the Arabian Gulf League on August 2020 as a provisional date while following up the situation continuously is “one of the best decisions taken ever which is based on maintaining the best interest of all parties and that the safety of the society is a top priority.”

“Considering that the suspension period took longer time exactly since mid-March 2020 and that resuming the league competitions need special and completely different arrangements compared to training sessions and meetings held online,” he added.

The Boss Supervisor pointed out that the provisional programs in preparation to resume that football competitions need proper time to give all clubs the adequate time and space to round back into form. “This is to avoid any fatigue or injuries. We all hope that by the end of the current circumstances all empty standings will spring to bountiful life. It is a fact that fans are the beating heart of all matches in all competitions.”

He also highlighted the vital role that clubs play in the football system in UAE as supporters of the UAE Football Association (UAEFA). He stated: “Due to the current situations, we got adequate time and space to prepare ourselves for a long and tight schedule in all home and away competitions. Also, foreign players would have the chance to travel back home to stay with their families once flights are available.”

Sultan Rashid concluded his statement by provoking fo Allah Al Mighty to bless all efforts made to fight the coronavirus pandemic and guide us through these trials and times of uncertainty.