The Saudi Al-Ittihad Football Club announced on Thursday that they had renewed the contract of their Moroccan international striker, Abd Al-Razzaq Hamdallah, for two seasons until 2025. The club’s media center made the announcement on their Twitter account, and the president of the club praised the player for his collaboration and harmony with his colleagues and for his high level of performance. This was confirmed by his scoring numbers, and the president wished him and his colleagues success in making the fans happy.
Hamdallah joined the ranks of Al-Ittihad in the winter of 2022 on a free-for-all contract, following the termination of his contract with Al-Nasr. He led Al-Ittihad to the Saudi Super Cup title after scoring two game-winning goals in the final match against Al-Fayhaa, giving his side their first title in almost five years, since 12 May 2018, when they were crowned champion of the King’s Cup competition at Al-Faisaly’s expense.
Abd Al-Razzaq Hamdallah has been an integral part of the Al-Ittihad Football Club since his arrival in 2022. His performance has been consistently impressive, and his scoring numbers have been a testament to this. He has led his team to success, culminating in the Saudi Super Cup title in 2018. With his contract renewed until 2025, Al-Ittihad fans have a lot to look forward to in the coming years.
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