jordan pulse -
Othman Al-Hasanat, the former coach of Al-Salt, confirmed that the Iraqi Adnan Hamad, coach of the Jordan national team, was not successful in the decision to summon striker Uday Al-Saifi from the list that was announced a few days ago.
Al-Hasanat said in statements to Jordan Sports Channel: "Al-Saifi is one of the most prominent strikers that Jordanian football gave birth to, and no one doubts that, but will he serve the elected player for years to come? If the answer is no, calling him in my opinion is a wrong decision."
He added, "The squad is appropriate, and the establishment of the camp in Qatar is also a good thing, given that it is the country that hosts the Asian finals."
He continued, "There is no such thing as a policy of replacement and replacement at the level of the first team. The construction is based on generation at the expense of another generation, so that an entire generation is called up once and not gradually."
And he continued the good deeds: “Hamad’s summoning of 3 young players is a good thing. Amin Al-Shanaina and Muhannad Abu Taha were among the distinguished players last season with Al-Faisaly and Al-Wehdat.”
He explained: “As for Omar Salah, this player has become 20 years old, and he did not play any match with his club in professional competitions, and this is a disaster. Who bears responsibility for clubs and coaches, especially since he is a talented and distinguished player.”
And he added, "I think that Youssef Abu Jalbush (Sisa) deserved to be with the national team, but Hamad relied in his position on more than one local player abroad, as they are the equipment."
Al-Hasanat concluded his speech, saying: “Hamad was right by not summoning Tariq Khattab and Bahaa Faisal, because they were not ready to play competitive matches.”