Kuwait Club primed for the league challenges after Super Cup win

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Adel Oqla holding the Super Cup, accompanied by Khaled Al-Ghanem and Nabil Maaloul.

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 27: Kuwait Club concluded their Super Cup journey with jubilation, securing a 2-1 victory over Kazma and claiming their seventh Super Cup title in the history of Al-Ameed. This triumph marks their first championship in the current season.

Kuwait Club  aspires to carry the momentum from the Super Championship into the upcoming Zain Premier League matches. The Super Cup success is seen as a confidence booster, especially after Kuwait’s elimination from the Amir’s Cup competition. The team aims to bolster morale ahead of the clash against Al-Arabi on Sunday, a crucial fixture in the 17th round of the league.

Kuwait Club President, Khaled Al-Ghanem, expressed the club’s ambition to lead in all tournaments. He attributed their success to meticulous planning initiated during the tenure of former club president Marzouq Al-Ghanem. Al-Ghanem commended everyone involved in Al-Abyad’s journey to the top spot currently occupied by most of the club’s teams.

“The White Train will not stop,” affirmed Al-Ghanem, emphasizing the present focus on league matches, starting with the upcoming confrontation against Al-Arabi. The race for the Premier League title necessitates accumulating the highest number of points in the remaining “League Six” competitions.

Coach Nabil Maaloul acknowledged the challenges faced recently, including notable absences like striker Taha Al-Khanisi and goalkeepers Abdul Rahman Kamil and Dhari Al-Otaibi. He expressed hope in recovering key players before the Al-Arabi match and urged his team to maintain their high level of performance and spirit during challenging times.Maaloul emphasized the belief in strategic preparation for each match, particularly in facing Al-Arabi, underscoring the importance of leveraging simple details to secure victory.

In the Kazma camp, a sense of contentment prevailed after defeating Al-Arabi in the semi-finals and engaging in a fierce battle against Al-Abyad. Assistant coach Badr Al-Enezi highlighted that losing the Super Cup doesn’t mark the end, acknowledging the team’s tremendous effort in the tournament. Looking ahead, the focus shifts to preparing for the decisive match against Al-Fahaheel in the seventeenth round of the league to maintain their standing among the teams in the first group.

Hassan Musa

Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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