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Arab players will never succeed outside of the middle-east unless they are willing to accept a professional lifestyle.

Sorry. To me, it's useless unless we see these guys come to Europe or the Middle-East makes a mark in Asia and the World Cup.
 

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Nice, raw talent. I really hope for his sake that he gets a good agent and he takes his shot somewhere away from the Gulf.

I agree M.C.F.L., we've seen that many times before where some of these kids settle for a lot cash somewhere in a shitty club in the Gulf instead of willing to head to Europe and maybe struggle early on but at least they're learning and improving. Most of these guys are superstars in the Gulf and I'm sure they enjoy the cash and fame there but it's so sad that they don't have any heart to be willing to sacrifice anything just to live up to their potential. I've seen it happen many times with a few Iraqi players [since I'm Iraqi and aware of that] and I was hoping they would accept contracts away from the Gulf, even if it's not a top European league but sadly they go for the cash. So far only Nashat Akram, who's currently with FC Twente in Holland, have gotten my respect because he broke off his mill plus contract with Al-Gharafa in Qatar just to head to Europe and improve his niche, and he's probably not getting a lot of playing times and struggling with the language but at least he's showing the will to compete for a shot.
 

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We have two players coming out of Jordan and already playing in Europe. Ouday Saify 22 years with Xanthi - Greece and Abdullah Deeb 21 years with Metchllen - Belgium, both teams play premier leagues in their countries.

We have noticed a whole lot different level from Ouday in his games with the NT, the dude has become a train and Abdullah Deeb has more tactical awareness than before.

The one I believe will move to big club is Anas Bani Yaseem, 19 years playing right now with Najran club in Saudi Arabia but he will become big because he has the mindset for it. I hope he goes to a better club next year in order to be noticed by the northern continent.

About Ahmed Abdel Haleem, I heard he might move to Turkey, which would be a real good move.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGu8E9SLKqY
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Khalid Waleed Faisal Al-Dardoor. 14 years old, playing currently with his city's club, Al-Ramtha (north of Jordan), massive talent and die hard fan for Barca. Raised by his uncle (Khalid Al-Aqoori) former Ramtha player and best goal scorer and becoming his newphew's agent.

Him and Tamer Sowair from Jordan who is also a die hard Barca fan will come also to trail in La Masia this summer. Tamer is 16 years old, Jordan's best goal scorer in his category, great athletic and good shot and header.

Khalid Dardoor already signed for his club to play in the first team!!! I think it is dangerous because he will be stamped on by the big boys since he is a forward!

Anyway, hope they make us Jordanians proud.
 

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I will keep this thread for Jordanian youngsters, U-18 only.

I will keep you posted, this new generation that are coming out of the "prospects centres" around the country are something different than the current grown up players.

I am seeing the best for Jordan inshallah.
 

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