Fahd bin Nafel, President of Al-Hilal Club, expressed his great happiness after the first football team was crowned with the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup title, describing the current season as the most difficult for the blue team, at a time when he refused to talk about Argentine star Lionel Messi.
Al-Hilali leader was crowned the King’s Cup title after defeating his rival Al-Wahda on penalties (7-6), after the end of the original and extra time with a positive draw (1-1), in the final match hosted by King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, “The Radiant Jewel”. Friday evening, May 12th.
Bin Nafel commented on the news of the Argentine star, Lionel Messi, joining the ranks of Al-Hilal, saying: “Never ask me about Messi,” in a clear indication from the head of the Al-Hilal leader, that he does not intend to talk about the team’s upcoming deals.
And the president of Al-Hilal Club said in his interview with the Saudi “Al-Ikhbariya” channel: “Congratulations to all Al-Hilalians, and we tried to win all the championships, but this is difficult, stressing that this is the most difficult year for the players and management after the decision to suspend two periods from registration, and that was a motivation for the players, and they made a great effort.” They won a great championship.”
Fahd bin Nafel concluded his speech by saying: “We always have plans for development, and stopping registration is a difficult task for us, and any work in which there are mistakes, and I apologize to the crescents, and we will learn from the mistakes and we all strive to raise the club and make the crescent fans happy.”