A new professional from the Dutch league is preparing to represent the Sudan

The Sudanese Football Federation (SPFA) has continued its new policy of strengthening the ranks of the “Falcons of the Religions” with many names of professional players active outside the domestic league, in preparation for competition in future entitlements under Ghana’s technical director, Kwasi Appiah, who will lead the first team as the successor to Moroccan coach Badu Al Zaki.

Den Bosch will be the Dutch second-tier player, Shadi Ezzedine Parghlan, the new Sudan national team, after the Sudanese Football Federation instructed him to recall to participate in the October camp to be held in Saudi Arabia.

The Den Bosch Club, through its official page on the “X” platform, confirmed Earlier this week, the Sudanese Football Federation’s call-up to the Parghlan player arrived, In order to join the team of “Falcons of the Religions” for the first time in the next camp in preparation for the qualifiers of Africa to the 2026 World Cup, scheduled to take place in the United States of America, Canada and Mexico, Knowing that the first qualifying rounds will be held next November.

Shadi Ezzedine Barghlan, born in October 2002, is active in the right wing, joined in 2019 at Dunn Bosch Under-17 Club, then reached the team under 19, before being promoted to the first team last year.

The Sudanese Football Federation had issued a summons to Abubakar Mamoun Issa, a professional member of English Football League 3 club Grimsby Town, and several professional players were scheduled to continue to be called in the coming period.

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