‘Amoory’ in spotlight as Japan, UAE clash


SYDNEY: Slick playmaker Omar Abdulrahman can stake his claim for a big-money move to Europe when the UAE face Japan on Friday in an Asian Cup quarterfinals which threatens to be a potential banana skin for the holders. The mop-top Emirati is the heartbeat of Mahdi Ali’s highly impressive UAE, who come up against a fast and powerful Japan side boasting the biggest names in Asian football. Reports have linked Abdulrahman, known as “Amoory”, to English champions Manchester City—whose owners are from Abu Dhabi, where he currently plays for Al Ain.


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