Eid Al Farsi.. The career of the best player in the 2022 AFC Cup

One of the best midfield players in the history of Omani football. He was called the Maestro. He led Emperor Al-Sebawi to achieve a historic season during which he succeeded in winning three local titles 2021, and culminated in the 2022 AFC Cup.

He is the star Eid Muhammad Al Farsi, who was born on November 8, 1990, in the state of Sur. He began his football career with Al Orouba Club, and played for its first team from 2008 to 2013, during which he played 69 matches, scored 4 goals, and won the Cup title, His Majesty the Sultan in 2010, and was named the best player in the 2011/2012 season, then moved to Al Nahda in the 2013/2014 season, where he played 27 matches and scored two goals, winning the league championship and runner-up in His Majesty’s Cup, and in the following season 2014/2015, he returned to Al Orouba again. He had an exceptional season, winning the local double. During this period, he won the league on two occasions with Al-Orouba and Al-Nahda, and was crowned the best player in the Omani League in the 2014/2015 season, after winning the league and the cup with Al-Orouba.

Al Farsi moved to the Saudi League in the 2015/2016 season, in an experiment with Al-Raed Club, with whom he played 19 matches, during which he scored two goals. After that, he returned to the Omani League through the Fanja Gate, so Al-Seeb Club succeeded in annexing it in 2019, and he remains until this moment as the captain of the team.

Al-Farsi’s career went through the most difficult turning point for any player, as Fanja announced in September 2016 that he would be absent from the field for a long period after suffering a tear in the cruciate and collateral ligaments and the cartilage. This injury, as they say, is like cutting a tree from its roots, and the player usually does not return to the same technical level physically, even if he returns, it requires a lot of effort and sacrifices, but Al-Farsi recorded a strong return, after an absence from the green rectangle exceeding a year and a half.

At the international level, Al Farsi participated in most of the continental championships, the Asian Confederation, the Gulf Club Championship, the Asian qualifiers, and the Asian Cup of Nations. He also achieved the title of the Gulf Championship for the third Olympic teams, and participated with the first team in 70 international matches, during which he scored 6 goals.

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