Al Ahli star and Egyptian national team Wael Juma
The Club World Cup comes at the end of the football season as a reward that puts the players in front of a global experience that brings together the champions of clubs on six continents. The team finished third. Juma praised Qatar’s preparations to host the 17th edition of the World Cup of The Club and said: It is not unusual for Qatar to host major international championships, including the World Cup, especially since hosting this important tournament by an Arab country constitutes a milestone in its sporting history. Juma described al-Ahli’s participation in the 2020 Club World Cup on Arab soil as a special event, and expressed his wishes that Al Ahli will present a global football performance that satisfies the fans and fans of this prestigious club.
Juma said: I am proud to be involved with Al Ahli club in 11 matches in 5 copies of the Club World Cup. This experience has many happy memories that I will keep as long as I live. Juma said: “I participated for the first time in this tournament in the 2005 edition in Japan, and then we made remarkable progress in the 2006 edition of the tournament.