The Palestinian Jabal Mukaber’s withdrawal from the AFC Cup mixes the cards for the Lebanese League The Palestinian Jabal Mukaber’s withdrawal from the AFC Cup mixes the cards for the Lebanese League

The Palestinian Jabal Mukaber’s withdrawal from the AFC Cup mixes the cards for the Lebanese League

The Palestinian Jabal Mukaber’s withdrawal from the AFC Cup mixes the cards for the Lebanese League

The Lebanese Football Association announced that there has been a change in the date of the first division matches in the remaining weeks, after the Palestinian Jabal Mukaber club withdrew from the AFC Cup tournament.

Jabal Al Mukaber Club, which was playing in one group with the Lebanese Al Ahed Club in the AFC Cup, was forced to withdraw from the competition, due to the difficult conditions experienced by the Palestinian people, especially after the war on the Gaza Strip.

In turn, this step prompted the Lebanese Football Association to reschedule the matches of the remaining weeks of the General League Championship for first-class clubs.

The Lebanese Football Association said, through its platforms on the social networking site, in a statement that said: “After Jabal Al-Mukaber Club withdraws from the AFC Cup, the remaining weeks of the General League Championship for First Division Clubs will be completed starting next week on 1 and 2.” And December 3, 2023, with the final program for the remaining weeks being issued on Monday, November 27, 2023.”

After Jabal Al Mukaber Club withdraws from the AFC Cup, the remaining weeks of the General League Championship for First Division Clubs will be completed starting next week on December 1, 2 and 3, 2023, with the final program for the remaining weeks being issued on Monday 11/27/2023. 

Jabal Al Mukaber Club occupies second place in the First Group (A) standings with three points gained from two matches, 6 points behind the leaders, the Omani Al Nahda team, who played four matches.

Al-Ahed Club also scored three points from two matches, and ranked fourth last on goal difference behind the Syrian Al-Fatwa Club, which played four matches.



African Champions League, Al-Ahly honors the Medeama team with a hat-trick


The Egyptian Al-Ahly club began its defense of the African Champions League title in the group stage with a huge victory over its guest, Medeama of Ghana (3-0), in the match that brought them together on Saturday evening.

The Egyptian team's hat-trick was signed by striker Mahmoud Kahraba, midfielder Hussein El-Shahat, and striker Salah Mohsen, in the 66th, 75th, and 88th minutes, respectively, of the match that took place at Cairo International Stadium.

Al-Ahly club thus won the three points in the match and shares the top spot in Group A with the Algerian youth team Belouizdad, which in turn defeated its guest, Young Africans of Tanzania, with the same score (3-0) in the match that brought them together on Friday evening.
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