Jordan's National Football Feverishly Trains in Aqaba
The national football team arrived in the southern city of Aqaba as part of its second stage preparations for its upcoming matches.
Twenty-nine players are participating in the camp and Jerais Tadrous is expected to join, a-Ra'i daily writes. Yesterday morning's session focused on tactics and skills whereas the evening training concentrated on endurance. Each session lasts two hours.
The players say they are happy to train in Aqaba because of the good and stable weather. This training session is scheduled to last 17 consecutive days. The head coach is Muhammad Awud.
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