Positive Feedback for Al Ain Club’s Humanitarian Initiative

Community, Press

Doctor (MD) Anwar Al Zaabi: Al Ain Is Not a Mere Football Club

Yousef’s Mother to the Boss Stars: May Allah Keep You Happy as You Made My Son Happy

Khaled AL Ketbi’s Father: Thanks Al Ain for the Exceptional Initiative

A massive positive feedback received for the humanitarian initiative held at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium ahead of the kickoff whistle of matchweek 4 of ADNOC Pro League between Al Ain and Ittihad Kalba ended 3-0 in favor of Al Ain Team.

The joy and happiness feelings dominated the scene and smiles were put on the faces of the families of Yousef Al Blooshi, 5 years, and Khaled Al Ketbi, 10 years, and the family of Tawam Hospital – Cardiology Department.

The generous invitations extended by Khaled Eisa and Togo’s Laba Kodjo were highly appreciated by the media agencies covering the match live ahead of the beginning of the match.

In an exclusive statement published by the Al Ain Club official website, Yousef’s mother extended her heartfelt appreciation saying that: “Appreciation words are not enough compared to the unlimited joy and happiness feelings that my son experienced during yesterday’ match. I pray that Allah Almighty guide you all to the right patch and wish the Boss squad all the best of luck and be happy as they made my son, Yousef, happy.”

For his part, Saleh Saeed Al Ketbi, Khaled’s father, expressed his deep gratitude and appreciation to the management of Al Ain Club and the stars of the first team for the exceptional and unsurprising initiative of a club with the value of Al Ain.

He stated: “We appreciate their efforts for hosting my son at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium on the sidelines of the fourth round match of the ADNOC Pro League. This initiative turned to be a continuation of the World Heart Day.”

In turn, Dr. Anwar Al Zaabi, Consultant Cardiovascular Diseases at Tawam Hospital, confirmed that the initiative of Al Ain Club and the first team players were not unusual.

He added: “It is a fact that no one could deny that Al Ain is not just a football club, but rather works with a professional mentality based on a comprehensive institutional work that is not only limited to sports aspects, but covers providing community service.”

Dr. Anwar Al Zaabi went on to say: “I would like to congratulate them on the wonderful initiative that embodies the true concepts of the meaning of humanity by hosting the two children Khaled and Youssef. They brought joy and happiness to their souls and all members of their families.

He concluded his statement saying: “The Club significantly contributed in instilling the positive energy in all who were watching the generous hospitality. Indeed, this boosts disease prevention. We hope that all sports and non-sporting institutions will take Al Ain as a role model in consolidating the comprehensive club concept that seeks to provide the best services to the community.”