Young people want to erase the bad image of the UAE clubs in the Asian Champions League
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Young people want to erase the bad image of the UAE clubs in the Asian Champions League

Sharjah : United Arab Emirates | Feb 19, 2012 at 10:24 AM PST
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Young people will try to erase the effects of the negative image of the results of the UAE clubs in the last three years in the Asian Champions League football has started already.

The young people offer a strong and won at home to Neftchi Uzbek 3 - zero on Saturday in the preliminary round of the Asian Championship to advance to the group and becomes the fourth group, which includes Al Hilal and Al Gharafa and Iranian Persepolis.

Any team could not pass the Emirates of the role of groups in the continental tournament since the unit did it in 2008.

Issa said Obaid, who scored twice on Saturday: "We wanted to qualify for the Asian Champions League clubs, especially as the UAE did not achieve good results in previous versions."

The site of the AFC on the Internet, "Neftchi a strong team and caused us problems during the first half where we did not know how to play them, but things have changed in the second half and we have benefited from the opportunities made available to us."

Last year, occupied the island champions finished last in the group stage while the unit was a difference, the UAE, Al Ain in the third place Bmjmoathm Khroyjoa and also of the role.

In 2010, the picture is worse when the teams occupied the island and unity, Al Ain and Al Ahli fourth and final Bmjmoathm.

Results were not much better clubs in the UAE last year when they finished and the National Youth in last place in their groups and the island came in third place and Sharjah withdrew from the contest and canceled all its consequences.

Despite these results, the United Arab Emirates provided the first champion of the new version of this competition when the eye was crowned the title in 2003.

namedo is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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