According to the fixtures of the tourney, the Somali giants, Horseed SC will take on their Iraqi counterpart, Al-Zawra’a on Sunday afternoon. Somali Football Federation executive committee member Omar Mahmoud Nor, who is travelling with Horseed’s delegation said that team has today taken a prolonged training session, as part of their warm-up for the upcoming tourney.
Owned by the Somali Armed Forces, Horseed Sports Club, won the Somali Premier League seven times before the country fell into anarchy in 1991 and it was the most formidable football club in Somalia.
After three decades of absence from global club competitions, the old football club is now going to reappear in the international platform when it faces Iraqi’s Al-Zawra’a on Sunday in what will be its first international exhibition in 30 years.
Somali Football Federation Media Department