date of publication:
Oct 21, 2021 17:52 GMT
Update date: Oct 21, 2021 21:59 GMT
Ramtha is one point away from winning the Jordanian League title for the 2021/2022 season, after its 4/2 victory over Shabab Al-Urdun, today, Thursday, in the 21st round of the competition, at Amman International Stadium.
The goals of Ramtha Hamza Al-Dardour, Musab Al-Lahham and Muhammad Abu Zreik “Sharara” scored from the penalty spot in the 20th, 23rd, 65th and 85th minutes, while Shabab Al-Jordan scored Douglas in the 43rd minute and Hamza Al-Naeem in the 45+2 minute.
Al-Ramtha raised its score to 46 points from 21 matches, compared to 30 points for Shabab Jordan in sixth place.
Al-Ramtha needs to collect one point in its last match in the league to secure the title for the third time in its history, regardless of the results of its chasing Al-Wehdat (the title holder), who has 41 points, from 20 matches and plays with Sahab at Prince Mohammed Stadium.
Al-Ramtha could have crowned the title if Al-Wehdat stumbled in a tie or loss against Sahab, but Al-Wehdat won 2-0.
Earlier, Ramtha announced the settlement of the financial situation with the International Football Association “FIFA” after 4 professionals filed an official case, demanding their dues that they did not receive when they represented the football team in the past years.
The official website of Ramtha confirmed that Raed Al-Nader paid about 122,000 dollars, which is the value of the dues of the four players, who are Ahmed Al-Douni, Jihad Al-Baour, Shadi Hamwi “Syria” and Iraqi Muhammad Shawkan. He pointed out that the required value was paid from Raed Al-Nader, and that 122,000 dollars will be recorded as a financial liability for him in the club’s accounts.
Al-Ramtha has 14 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses in 21 matches in the Jordanian league this season.
Since the 2013/2014 season, the Jordanian league title has not come out of the hands of Al-Wehdat and Al-Faisaly, where the first won the title 5 times, compared to two titles for Al-Faisaly, but now the opportunity is in the hands of Al-Ramtha to win the title for the third time in its history, having previously won the title twice in 1981 and 1982.
Al-Faisaly is the club that has won the most Jordanian league title with 34 titles, knowing that it was founded in 1933, followed by Al-Wehdat and won the title 17 times, and was founded in 1956.
While Al-Ahly won the Jordanian League title 8 times, compared to 3 titles for Al-Jazeera, and two titles for Jordan Youth and Al-Ramtha.
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