In the video, Al-Arabi Al-Qatari regains Al-Somah with a two-season contract

Al-Arabi Club, the runner-up of the Qatar Football Stars League, announced today, Friday, its contract with Syrian striker Omar Al-Soma for two seasons, after the end of the player’s loan period from Saudi Al-Ahly.

Al-Arabi, the champion of the Emir of Qatar Cup last season, said on his Twitter account, “Colonel Arabawi again. Al-Arabi Club completed the contract with the Syrian professional, Omar Al-Soma, for two seasons.

The club’s account published a short video clip of some of the 34-year-old Al-Soma’s goals with the team, as well as clips of the signing of the contract.

Al-Arabi contracted with Al-Somah last year for one season on loan from Al-Ahly, before contracting with him permanently after his brilliance last season and scoring 19 goals in the league, with which he ranked second in the competition’s top scorer, behind Kenyan Michael Olonga, the champion Al-Duhail striker.

Al-Somah contributed greatly to Al-Arabi’s crowning of the Prince’s Cup title when he scored two goals during the 3-0 victory over Al-Sadd in the final match last May.

Al-Arabi, who won the cup for the first time in 30 years, won the title for the ninth time in its history, and also competed strongly for the league title and lost it by only two points from Al-Duhail.

And Al-Ahly of Saudi Arabia wrote, through his Twitter account, “Farewell, Omar 9,” ​​in reference to the Syrian striker’s transfer to Al-Arabi.

Al-Ahly published a short video clip of some of the player’s goals in the team’s shirt, along with his previous statements.

Al-Somah made a decision to leave the Saudi Al-Ahly ranks after the team fell to the second degree last season, and preferred to continue with Al-Arabi, despite Al-Ahly’s return to the lights league this season.

Al-Somah, who will continue to wear the number 9 shirt with Al-Arabi, joined Al-Ahly in 2014 from Al-Qadisiyah, Kuwait, and won 4 titles with him, including the league title in the 2015-2016 season and the King’s Cup in the same season.

As well as the Crown Prince Cup 2014-2015 season and the Saudi Super Cup 2016-2017 season.

The Syrian international was crowned the top scorer in the league for 3 consecutive years, from 2014 to 2017.

Al-Somah, who was born in Deir Ezzor, Syria, began his career in his country with Al-Fatwa, who played for him until he moved to Al-Qadisiyah in 2011.

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