Received a Warm Welcome by His New Teammates Dzsudzsák Attends His First Training Session Wearing Al Ain Jersey


Joining Al Ain Squad is the Dream of AGL Players

The Hungarian Balázs Dzsudzsák kicked off his new journey with the Boss as of today when he joined the team’s training session held this evening at Khalifa Bin Zayed Stadium.

Pedro Emmanuel, head coach of Al Ain, decided to hold a training session for the team under the theme “No Time to Chill out” in less than 24hrs following the team’s recent match against Al Sharjah of matchweek 16 of the Arabian Gulf League (AGL).

Noteworthy, Al Ain has officially announced via its official website and official accounts in social media platforms that all procedures have been completed to sign the Hungarian Balázs Dzsudzsák “33 years old” to give a boost to the teeth of the squad.

On his part, the newly arrived player expressed his pleasure by joining the Boss squad and defending the team’s badge. “It is the dream of the AGL players to join the Boss squad for the team’s high potentials and quality, besides the motivating atmosphere to play genuine football. It is enough said that it has the biggest grassroots. I promise everybody I would spare no effort to defend Al Ain’s badge along with my teammates.”

Dzsudzsák also expressed his sincere thanks to the Portuguese Pedro Emmanuel and Board of Al Ain Club for their highly appreciated trust and interest in offering him the chance to join the squad and represent one of the best teams in Asia in the upcoming matches.

“I would also like to thank the Ainawi fans for their warm welcome and appropriate greetings they extend even before I am done with the official documents and even when they are completed,” Dzsudzsák said.

The professional Hungarian player emphasized that he knows what he is meant to do to excel with the team in the upcoming days and wished to meet the desired expectations and aspirations.

Dzsudzsák was born on 23rd December 1986. He began his career at his hometown club Debreceni VSC, winning consecutive league titles in each of his three seasons before departing to PSV of the Netherlands in January 2008, ending the season with the Eredivisie title. He joined Dynamo Moscow in 2012 after a brief spell at Anzhi Makhachkala, before joining Turkish side Bursaspor in 2015 and Emirati club Al Wahda FC a year later. He played for Al Wahda until 2018, and then he joined Ittihad Kalba, and in February 2020, he joined Al Ain FC.

Dzsudzsák made his full international debut for Hungary in 2007 and has since earned 108 caps. He captained the side at UEFA Euro 2016