Shabab Al Ahli Dubai coach Cosmin Olaroiu has said that he hasn't received any offer to take over as the coach of UAE football team but revealed that there was another offer from another National team on the table. The Romanian, the most successful coach in UAE club football, has been mooted as a prime candidate for the second time, following Argentine Edgardo Bauza's departure to coach Saudi Arabia.
For 30 young athletes in Dubai, a recent trip to India was truly memorable. Students of Indian High School (IHS) junior branch, as part of the 'Young Bud Exchange Program', visited India to play basketball and football. There were 17 boys and 13 girls. The girls were on the basketball team. The boys played both football and basketball. Never before had the school taken students so young on a trip. All 30 were in the age group of six to nine years.
Former champions Al Ain clawed up to third in the Arabian Gulf League standings, albeit temporarily, after working off a fine victory over Al Sharjah. Saudi Arabian striker Nasser Al Shamrani, AFC Player of the Year in 2014, scored a brace, both penalties, while Danilo Asprilla and substitute Mohamed Khalfan scored one apiece as 'The Boss' tamed 'The King' 4-2 to turn the heat on fellow top-three contenders Al Ahli and Al Wasl on a hot and sweltering Wednesday night.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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