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Al Hazm Rass

Al Hazm Rass

13 on Pro League

Stadium
Al Rass Stadium

Coach
D. Isăilă

President
Ali Ebn Hussein Al-Ayed

MLS

Giovinco makes move to Al-Hilal

Toronto confirmed Sebastian Giovinco had been sold to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia.

Pro League

Brad Jones recovering from head injury

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones has been released from hospital after suffering a concussion and bruising while playing for Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr on Friday.

Pro League

Bilic to make managerial return

Slaven Bilic has secured his first managerial position since leaving West Ham, agreeing a three-year deal with Al-Ittihad.

Pro League

Izaguirre returns to Celtic on one-year deal

Celtic have re-signed six-time Scottish Premiership champion Emilio Izaguirre after a one-year stint in Saudi Arabia.

Pro League

Izaguirre set for Celtic return

Honduran left-back Emilio Izaguirrre is reportedly on his way back to Celtic after spending a year in Saudi Arabia.

Premier League

OFFICIAL: Ahmed Musa joins Al-Nassr from Leicester

Ahmed Musa has left Leicester City after 2 seasons to join Saudi club Al-Nassr.

Pro League

Leicester reject bid for Ahmed Musa but are happy to sell

Leicester City have turned down a £12 million bid from Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, but are happy to let the striker go for the right price.

Premier League

OFFICIAL: Amrabat leaves Watford for Al Nassr

Watford winger Nordin Amrabat has left the club to join Saud Arabian outfit Al Nassr

Pro League

Jorge Jesus unveiled as Al-Hilal head coach

Jorge Jesus had one year remaining on his contract with Portugal's Sporting CP but the 63-year-old opted to join Al-Hilal.

Pro League

Saudi football teams denied neutral venues for Qatar clashes

Saudi Arabian football teams will be required to play away matches in Qatar during the Asian Champions League despite the kingdom's travel ban on its Gulf neighbour, Asia's football governing body said Sunday.

Pro League

Reading's Ali al Habsi joins Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal

Reading goalkeeper Al-Habsi will play next season for the Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal, as he signed a three-year-deal.

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