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Al-Gharrafa Sports Club -

Started on 3 August 2013 by MarkKolatowicz
Latest Reply on 5 August 2013 by Verdinho
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Al Gharafa Sports Club has announced that the legendary Brazilian footballer Zico will arrive in Doha to negotiate terms to coach the football team from next season onwards.

Zico himself posted about the development on his Facebook page. “I am going to Qatar on Saturday, there is a verbal agreement with Al Gharafa, and we exchanged e-mails, so the deal with the club is well underway.

“I am going to check the last details and sign the contract. I am excited about this new challenge, but I prefer to talk about this after I sign the contract.”

Arthur Antunes Coimbra was born March 3, 1953, in Rio de Janeiro and is better known as Zico. One of the famous Brazilian footballers, he retired in 1994 and served as an assistant to Brazil coach Mario Zagallo in 1998.



Zico started coaching the Japanese national team in 2002, replacing Philippe Troussier, and won the 2004 Asia Cup. He was the coach of the team for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

He then coached Turkish club Fenerbahce, who reached the quarter-finals in the 2007–08 Champions League under his command. He resigned as coach of the Iraqi national team in November last year.

Al Gharafa Sports Club was being coached at the beginning of last season by Brazil’s Paulo Silas. After Silas was sacked, the club made a temporary appointment in Tunisian Habib Sadek.
Good luck with this mate, it's different.
Good Luck :)
Good luck :)
Good start Mark ;)
Good start Mark ;)
Good start mate, New league, full of rich owners, will be good fun to read.
Very original story, good luck! :D
Good luck, its a change which is nice.
Nice to see a story from the Middle East, love reading stories like this :) Will follow
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Haven't seen a story with a team from Qatar before, good start and good luck.
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Rangers' Luca Gasparotto has agreed terms with Al-Gharrafa

The £50,000 deal taking Gasparotto to Al-Gharrafa can now be completed

Gasparotto will be on £1.8k per week until 30.6.2016, also;
- Yearly wage rise of 15%
- Wage of £4.1k per week after reaching 20 games for the club
- Appearance fee, £500

The transfer will go through on Monday 1st July 2013.



Sebastein Faure has agreed terms with Al-Gharrafa

The £575,000 deal taking Faure to Al-Gharrafa can now be completed

Faure will be £12,500 per week until 30.6.2016, also;
- Yearly wage rise 5%
- Appearance fee, £5,000

Faure has now joined the club and has been given the number 3 shirt
3 players join Al-Gharrafa



Matuesz Szalek has agreed terms with Al-Gharrafa

Szalek will be on £21k per week until 30.6.2016, also;
- Yearly wage rise 10%
- Wage of £27.5k per week after one international game
- Appearance fee £2k
- Team of the year bonus (division) £85k

Al-Gharrafa have confirmed the deal.

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Wonderkid Tomasz Skrzyszowski is satisfied to have succesfully negotiated terms with Al-Gharrafa

Skrzyszowski will be on £44k per week until 30.6.2016, also;
- Minimum fee release clause (foreign teams) £18,250,000
- Relegation release clause £12,750,000
- Wage of £57k per week after 1 international game
- Goal bonus £2k
- Appearance fee £4.5k
- Team of the year bonus (division) £180k

Al-Gharrafa have confirmed the deal.

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Thomas Hitzlsperger has agreed terms with Al-Gharrafa

Hitzlsperger will be on £47k per week until 30.6.2015, also;
- Yearly wage rise 20%
- Automatic one-year extension after appearing in 20 games in final year of contract
- Goal bonus £1.5k
- Appearance fee £7k
- Team of the year bonus (division) £275k

The deal has been confirmed.
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