Goddess – Tomorrow – The Football Association has finalized plans to prepare the national team to complete the second round of joint qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Asian Finals.
The NASHAMA team will start the new year 2021, an intense training camp in the Emirates of Dubai, combined with several friendly competitions, as the meeting will start on January 20th and continue until next February 25th.
The training camp takes place in Dubai, where His Highness Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince, oversees his establishment, as part of his Highness’ interest in the national team, in the light of his Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein’s support for youth and sports, and for all successes, Jordanian at different levels.
For his part, his High Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, the head of the federation’s executive committee, praised his high-profile permanent crown prince’s support for the national team.
His Highness Prince Ali called on Qatar to support the national team’s march, provide the necessary attention and ensure its desired appearance in qualifying matches, in order to achieve the desired goal of reaching the 2022 World Cup.
The Dubai camp is approaching international maturity, setting a date for the Kuwait clash at the end of next March, within a qualified second group, the camp is limited to the participation of local players, in the absence of professionals abroad, in light of the meeting taking place outside the approved FIFA periods, and before the start of the new season. Improves the level of physical and technical readiness.
The players are expected to return to their clubs with the end of the camp in late February, before Nashama enters second phase arrangements in mid-March next year, while a new training camp will be held in Muscat, while the Omani team will face 19 men in the same month, before leaving for Dubai to meet Lebanon 24 again, and then qualifying. Departs Kuwait to play in the tournament.
The plan to prepare Nashama includes setting up a training camp in June ahead of the clashes between Nepal and Australia next May and trying to ensure that the decisive role is overcome with the conclusion of the second round qualifiers.
It is noteworthy that the national team is currently in second place in its group with the same team (10 points) Kuwait, Australia first (12), Nepal fourth (3), and finally Chinese Taipei without any points.
Eight team champions and four top-ranked teams have qualified for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup, qualifying for the decisive round of qualifying rounds starting next September.
The remaining disqualified teams are in the final qualifiers.