Al-Sailiya SC

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Al-Sailiya SC
السيلية
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Full name Al-Sailiya Sports Club
Nickname(s) The Peregrines
Al Shahwani
Founded 10 October 1995 (23 years ago) (1995-10-10)
Ground Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
Capacity 25,000
Chairman Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani
Manager Sami Trabelsi
League Qatar Stars League
2016–17 Qatar Stars League, 8th

Al-Sailiya Sports Club (Arabic: نادي السيلية الرياضي‎) is a Qatari professional football club currently competing in the Qatar Stars League. They are based in Doha and play their home games at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium.

History

Al Sailiya were founded as Al Qadsiya on 10 October 1995. In 2003, the club adopted its current name, Al Sailiya.

They were relegated in 2006 after finishing at the bottom of the Qatar Stars League. They won promotion back to the Qatar Stars League for the 2007–08 season, but were once again relegated to the Qatargas League in the 2010–11 season. They won promotion again, but finished last in the Stars League that year.[1] However, a decision to expand the QSL to 14 teams ensured Sailiya’s place in the top flight was secure.[2]

Timeline

Last update: 6 January, 2014.[3]

Season Notes
1994–95 The club is founded as Qadsia Sporting Club.
1997–98 Won the Qatari 2nd Division Cup.
2002–03 Won promotion from the Qatargas League.
2002–03 U–19 team won the league.
2002–03 Changed name to "Al Sailiya".
2003–04 Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.
2003–04 U–19 team won the league.
2004–05 Won the Qatari 2nd Division Cup.
2004–05 Won promotion from the Qatargas League.
2005–06 Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.
2006–07 Won promotion from the Qatargas League.
2010–11 Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.
2011–12 Won promotion from the Qatargas League.

Statistics

Qatar Stars League seasons
Season League
Division Pos G W D L GF GA GD Pts
2003–04 QSL 10° (relegated) 18 0 4 14 20 61 −41 4
2005–06 QSL 27 5 8 14 29 47 −18 23
2007–08 QSL 27 7 6 14 33 46 −13 27
2008–09 QSL 27 5 5 17 31 58 −27 20
2009–10 QSL 11° 22 4 7 11 16 28 −12 19
2010–11 QSL 11° (relegated) 22 3 6 13 25 47 −22 15

Current squad

First team squad

As of 28 July 2018:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Ibrahim Mahdi  Qatar
2 Defender Hamad Al-Obeidi  Qatar
3 Defender Maurício Ramos  Brazil
4 Defender Mostafa Abdulhafidh  Egypt
5 Midfielder Majdi Siddiq  Qatar
6 Midfielder Ghanem Haddaf  Qatar
7 Midfielder Fahad Al-Marri  Qatar
8 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Marri  Qatar
9 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Fayhani  Qatar
11 Defender Abdulkarim Al-Ali  Qatar
12 Midfielder Ghassan Waheed U23  Qatar
13 Defender Ahmed Al-Menhali U23  Qatar
14 Forward Rachid Tiberkanine  Morocco
15 Defender Saeed Al-Marri U23  Qatar
16 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Marri  Qatar
17 Midfielder Abduraouf Hussain  Qatar
18 Midfielder Mirghani Al Zain  Qatar
19 Midfielder Sayaf Al-Korbi  Qatar
20 Defender George Kwasi  Qatar
21 Goalkeeper Abdurahman Mohammed  Qatar
22 Midfielder Alaa Al-Sasi  Yemen
23 Forward Mohammed Muddather  Sudan
30 Midfielder Fahd Youssef  Syria
39 Midfielder Nadir Belhadj  Algeria
55 Forward Abdulgadir Ilyas  Qatar
61 Midfielder Saleh Al-Nabet U23  Qatar
67 Goalkeeper Saoud Al Khater (on loan from Al-Duhail)  Qatar
72 Forward Mohammed Rabee U23  Qatar
80 Defender Othman Al-Aqib  Qatar
87 Midfielder Wagner Ribeiro  Brazil
98 Defender Rashed Mabkhout U23  Qatar
99 Goalkeeper Omar Rushdi  Qatar
Goalkeeper Khalifah Al-Malki U23 (on loan from Al-Arabi)  Qatar
Midfielder Saleh Al Yazidi  Qatar

Out on loan

No Position Player Nation
10 Midfielder Valentin Lazăr (on loan to Al-Kharaitiyat)  Romania
Goalkeeper Shahin Al-Kowari (on loan to Al-Shamal)  Qatar

Notable players

This list includes players whom have made significant contributions to their national team and to the club. At least 100 caps for the club or 80 caps for their national team is needed to be considered for inclusion.

Local players

Foreign players

Personnel

Current technical staff

Last update: 20 December, 2014.

Coaching staff
Head coach Tunisia Sami Trabelsi
Assistant coach Tunisia Farikh Mussad[4]
Goalkeeping coach Tunisia Hicham Jaziri[5]
Performance analyst Italy Cristoforo Filetti

Managerial history

As of 6 June 2012.

Seasons Manager Nationality
2002–03 Saad Hafez Iraq
2003 Paulo Campos Brazil
2003–04 Pierre Lechantre France
2004 Adnan Dirjal Iraq
2004 José Paulo Brazil
2004–05 Amarildo Brazil
2005 Wameed Mounir Iraq
2005–06 José Paulo Brazil
2007 Ladislas Lozano France
2007–08 José Paulo Brazil
2008–09 Nebojsa Vučković Serbia
2009–10 Džemal Hadžiabdić Bosnia and Herzegovina
July 1, 2010–Oct 8, 2012 Uli Stielike Germany
Oct 8, 2012–Feb 1, 2013 Maher Kanzari Tunisia
Feb 1, 2013–June 6, 2013 Abdullah Mubarak Qatar
June 6, 2013– Sami Trabelsi Tunisia

Honours

  • Second Division League
Winners (4): 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2011–12
  • Qatar Second Division Cup
Winners (3): 1998, 2005, 2011

References

  1. ^ "About Sailiya Sports Club". alsailiyasportclub. Retrieved 15 October 2013.
  2. ^ "Qatar Stars League – Al Sailiya SC". qsl.com.qa. Archived from the original on 16 October 2013. Retrieved 15 October 2013.
  3. ^ "About the club" (in Arabic). alsailiyasportclub.com. Retrieved 6 January 2014.
  4. ^ "عودة المؤتمرات الصحفية بين الواقع والإثارة والندية". QFA. Retrieved 20 December 2014.
  5. ^ "هشام الجزيرى : السيلية جاهز لاغلى نهائى". alsailiyasportclub.com. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 20 December 2014.

External links

  • Official website
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