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Argentine Coach Diaz Discusses Final and Messi’s Transfer Rumors to Al-Hilal

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Al-Hilal club coach Ramon Diaz confirmed that Al-Zaim will be in contention to win the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque Cup against Al-Wahda, indicating that the administration will make every effort to support the team and its success.

The Al-Hilal Club is preparing to face the Al-Wehda team tomorrow, Friday, at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, in the final of the 48th King’s Cup Football Tournament.

Diaz said at a press conference: “We tried very hard to reach the final match for the most expensive cups, and we all know the importance of the championship, and tomorrow we will fight for it.”

????️ “Ramon Diaz”: “We tried very hard to reach the final match of the most expensive cups, and we all know how important the tournament is and we will fight for it tomorrow.”

– Saudi Al Hilal Club (@Alhilal_FC) May 11, 2023

And about the circulating news of the signing of his compatriot star Lionel Messi, striker of the French team Paris Saint-Germain, the Argentine coach said: “I hear and see, like you, we have an important tournament now.”

He added: “I believe that the administration will spare no effort to support the team and its success, and will do whatever it sees fit for the good of the leader.”

Diaz said: “I’m happy to be at the helm of the coaching staff. We’ve had a tough season and it’s not easy to reach more than one final. All the teams we’ve played against are defensive, except for Real Madrid and we’re working on finding solutions, to win any match.”

Regarding the impact of the absence of the duo of Salem Al-Dosari and Salman Al-Faraj, he said, “We have a number of outstanding players who can make up for the absence of the duo, such as Carrillo, Atif and Kino.”

Ramon Diaz concluded his speech by saying: “We are happy to play in the final and the return of foreign players and we want to bring joy and pleasure to the hearts of our fans and we have an outstanding group of players.”

It is noteworthy that Al-Hilal failed to defend the AFC Champions League title, losing to the Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds (0:1) in the second leg, which brought them together on Saturday, May 6, at Saitama 2002. “, after a draw. Back with a goal on the same Saturday evening, April 29, at the King Fahd International Stadium.

Source: agencies

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