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    Quote Originally Posted by leb-basket View Post
    why ittihad doesn't have any import?? where are all your syrian investors ??
    what happened to the famous strong jalaa and ittihad aleppo ??
    Ittihad management is focusing on soccer more than basketball.Jalaa are working hard to be stronger than last season.

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    Mehrde withdrew from the league and Kafr Takharim will replace it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jalaa_Syria View Post
    Ittihad management is focusing on soccer more than basketball.Jalaa are working hard to be stronger than last season.
    Gd luck for al jalaa. I really want to see the rivalry back between lebanese and syrian teams especially that we have several strong teams this season in lebanon such as anibal, antranik, sagesse, riyadi, mouttahed, champville haouch el oumara and hoops all of them able to reach the final 4.
    I am happy syrian and arab teams are having training camps in lebanon it makes our basketball proud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leb-basket View Post
    Gd luck for al jalaa. I really want to see the rivalry back between lebanese and syrian teams especially that we have several strong teams this season in lebanon such as anibal, antranik, sagesse, riyadi, mouttahed, champville haouch el oumara and hoops all of them able to reach the final 4.
    I am happy syrian and arab teams are having training camps in lebanon it makes our basketball proud.
    Sure we all hope to see the rivalry between teams,but I think it will take long time to see this again.

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    Jalaa Roster:

    Sari Pappazian
    Rami Mirjaneh
    Michael Madanly
    Aboud Shakour
    Ahmed Ishak
    Rudy Ego
    Marcelo Correa
    Eder Araujo
    Johnny Deeb
    George Tannous
    Fares Kurdi
    Nours Ahmdouk
    Nomeer Bhrami
    Osama Daghles [Import Player]
    [Import Player]

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    Syrian Cup Results:

    Huttin 80-67 Talia
    Jalaa 106-41 Mehrde
    Jaish 87-84 Kassioun "OT"
    Wathba 71-57 Kafr Takharem
    Ittihad 93-60 Thawra
    Karamah 71-56 Nawair
    Wahda 72-58 Hurriya

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    Syrian Cup Results:

    Nawair 58-57 Talia
    Jalaa 87-67 Kassioun
    Jaish 88-57 Mehrde
    Wathba 72-64 Ittihad
    Thawra 85-74 Kafr Takharem
    Karamah 74-50 Huttin
    Hurriya 75-64 Yarmouk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jalaa_Syria View Post
    Syrian Cup Results:

    Huttin 80-67 Talia
    Jalaa 106-41 Mehrde
    Jaish 87-84 Kassioun "OT"
    Wathba 71-57 Kafr Takharem
    Ittihad 93-60 Thawra
    Karamah 71-56 Nawair
    Wahda 72-58 Hurriya
    106-41! Now that's big. Now i know why mehrde withdrew from the league.

    I have a question, does all syrian teams have 2 foreigners?
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    Quote Originally Posted by leb-basket View Post
    106-41! Now that's big. Now i know why mehrde withdrew from the league.

    I have a question, does all syrian teams have 2 foreigners?
    the question will be better if it was does all syrian teams have 1 foreigner

    till now only Jalaa and Jaish have foreigner.

    Syrian Cup is played with only local players no imports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jalaa_Syria View Post
    the question will be better if it was does all syrian teams have 1 foreigner

    till now only Jalaa and Jaish have foreigner.

    Syrian Cup is played with only local players no imports.
    It's sad to see the syrian level dropped down suddenly. Your federation must do sth about it. Same problems are happening in jordan as well.
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    Syria Cup Results:
    Huttin 73-79 Nawair
    Wathba 87-58 Thawra
    Karamah 106-50 Talia
    Wahda 107-60 Yarmouk
    Kassioun 89-55 Mehrde
    Ittihad 78-59 Kafr Takhaerm
    Jalaa 72-55 Jaish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jalaa_Syria View Post
    Syria Cup Results:
    Huttin 73-79 Nawair
    Wathba 87-58 Thawra
    Karamah 106-50 Talia
    Wahda 107-60 Yarmouk
    Kassioun 89-55 Mehrde
    Ittihad 78-59 Kafr Takhaerm
    Jalaa 72-55 Jaish
    Those games are part of the syrian cup only right?
    The syrian League hasn't started yet? I am assuming this out of those scary margins.
    I have a question concerning the syrian basketball audience. Are games promoted ? do u have big courts? regular audience? thanks
    Lebanon mother land of the phoenicians! 7000 years of culture and history and still BEIRUT is "PARIS OF THE MIDDLE EAST"

    LONG LIVE THE CEDARS

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    Last Transitions in the Syrian league :(by Tarek Burhan)

    Jeish sign with :
    Shadi Lubos , Eiad Helani
    the coach : Emad Othman

    Jalaa sign with :
    Osama Daghlas , Frans Steyn
    the coach : Mensur Bajramovic

    Wehda sign with :
    Sharif Al-Sharif , Mohamad Kahat , Yervan Jakrjian , Ahmad Kaziha , Houzifa Al-Maleh
    the coach : Hadi Darwish

    Ittihad sign with :
    No body
    the coach : Alaa Jokhaji

    Karama sign with :
    Husain Al-Haj
    the coach : Rateb Chekh-Najib

    Hurriya sign with :
    Felipe Zarife , Patrick Zarife

    Kasyoun sign with :
    Hekmet Haddad , Samy Zakaria , Ashraf Darkzali , Ahmad Kaziha , Emad Hassaballah

    Talee'a sign with :
    No coach and No new players

    Wathba sign with :
    Soumar Khoury , Uns Shaaban
    the coach : Ahmad Fadel

    Yarmouk sign with :
    Nawras Ahmadouk

    Nawaeer sign with :
    Mohamad Fadliah , Basel Abou-Touk

    Kafar Takharim : ( (the new club which replace Meharda in the Syrian League))
    Amir Hasan , Saleh Mazyak , Mohamad Hajjar , Vikin Tojian
    http://www.asia-basket.com/Syria/bas...?NewsID=207203

    Definitely the biggest signings go for Jalaa with Daghlas and Steyn (who played in CBA in 2009-2010 season and then 2 games in Puerto Rico in March 2010)

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    Milan Vucicevic under TRYOUT with Karameh !! (by Tarek Burhan)

    Milan Vucicevic the Serbian player who played with Smart Gilas in Asian Club Championships in Doha-Qatar arrived to Syria Yesterady ...
    Milan started the practise with Karameh ... and he is waiting the coach Rateb Cheikh-Najeb to accept him to join with karameh this season ... thats what we read on A lKarameh website and in the local newspapaers
    Karameh Still have problem with them local players ... the club did not pay the monthly salary for them local players since a couple of months .......
    and this some info about Milan Vucicevic awards :
    Yugoslavian Cadet NT -01
    Yugoslavian Cadet League Finalist -01
    Yugoslavian Junior League Finalist -02
    MVP of Tournament in Bydgoszcz -06
    All-Polish League Honorable Mention -07
    Philippines National Team -10
    http://www.asia-basket.com/Syria/bas...?NewsID=207211

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid80 View Post
    http://www.asia-basket.com/Syria/bas...?NewsID=207203

    Definitely the biggest signings go for Jalaa with Daghlas and Steyn (who played in CBA in 2009-2010 season and then 2 games in Puerto Rico in March 2010)
    Styen was released and they decided to sign with Samaki Walker.

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    that's gd. Jalaa is having a gd team i hope they will be able to compete on the asian level again
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    Quote Originally Posted by leb-basket View Post
    Those games are part of the syrian cup only right?
    The syrian League hasn't started yet? I am assuming this out of those scary margins.
    I have a question concerning the syrian basketball audience. Are games promoted ? do u have big courts? regular audience? thanks
    yes only from syrian cup,our courts not big but most of the matches have big attendance.

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    Syrian Cup Results:

    Huttin 64-74 Talia
    Jalaa 89-38 Mehrde
    Jaish 68-62 Kassioun
    Wathba 80-51 Kafr Takharem
    Ittihad 69-62 Thawra
    Karamah 92-67 Nawair
    Wahda 86-61 Hurriya

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    Nawair 71-73 Talia
    Jalaa 92-56 Kassioun
    Jaish 105-50 Mehrde
    Wathba 70-63 Ittihad
    Thawra 73-65 Kafr Takharem
    Karamah 75-61 Huttin
    Hurriya 67-49 Yarmouk

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    Syria Cup Results:
    Huttin 47-73 Nawair
    Wathba 67-43 Thawra
    Karamah 81-60 Talia
    Wahda ??-?? Yarmouk
    Kassioun ??-?? Mehrde
    Ittihad ??-?? Kafr Takhaerm
    Jalaa 84-72 Jaish

    Quarter Final ( Best of 3 )

    Jalaa Vs Hurriya
    Wahda Vs Jaish
    Karamah Vs Ittihad
    Watba Vs Nawair

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    Quarter Final ( Game 1 )

    Jalaa 84-69 Hurriya
    Wahda 69-76 Jaish "OT"
    Karamah 73-68 Ittihad
    Wathba 80-48 Nawair

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