Esperance climbs to the “Yellow League” for the first time in its history – Al-Bilad newspaper

Esperance climbs to the “Yellow League” for the first time in its history – Al-Bilad newspaper

Qatif – the country
The first football team, Al-Taraji, officially promoted to the “Yellow League” for first-division clubs, for the first time in its history, after the end of round 28 of the second-division league, despite losing to the Al-Bakiria team in the meeting that brought them together at Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Stadium in Qatif, in the presence of a mass audience. plentiful.

Esperance managed to maintain the lead in Group A with 55 points, so it qualified two rounds before the end of the league, after achieving 16 wins, 7 draws, and lost in 5 confrontations, and its players scored 46 goals, while conceding 29 goals.

* beginnings..
Al-Taraji Club was established in 1401 AH after the merger of the “Al-Badr and Al-Shati” clubs, and it managed to rise to the second division league for the first time in 2011 AD, before it was relegated to the third division league in 2017 AD, and returned again in 2019 AD, until it was able to announce its promotion to the League yellow this season.

* Nday.. the great scorer
The Senegalese player, Abdelaziz Nday, is considered one of the most prominent scorers in the second division. Where he scored 17 goals in 28 rounds, and the Al-Jandal match in the 25th round, in which he scored 3 goals (a hat-trick), is his most prominent match this season.

* Distinguished presence of the fan club.
The club’s fans’ association is widely praised by all the followers of the second division, because of its effective and dense presence in the stands, whether in the matches that are held at the Prince Nayef Sports City Stadium in Qatif, or in all regions of the Kingdom, as it grabbed the spotlight from all the club’s fans, and he explained Its positive impact on the team’s performance and its achievement of victories, and the crowd’s hesitation in every confrontation, the famous song “He who is stubborn to the sailors, we hit him with a hook.”


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