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Sassine FC (986850)
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Managed by asadz

LocationBeyrouth Lubnan
ArenaThe Lane
Fan ClubUnity is Power

Sassine Football Club is a Lebanese football club that currently play in II.2 in Lubnan.

Squad

Current Squad

Goalkeepers
1 Arturo Barreca Template:Flag/ITA
38 Raúl Bailo Template:Flag/ESP
Defenders
3 Toni Rübenack Template:Flag/GER
16 Hussain Jaber El-Omary Template:Flag/LIB
18 Raúl Gómez de Avellaneda Template:Flag/ESP
57 Mihály Czagala Template:Flag/HUN
Midfielders
4 Neimantas Kabelenas Template:Flag/LTU
5 Giorgio Mobi Template:Flag/ITA
9 Alfred Dupre Template:Flag/SUI
11 Raúl Alberto Salvador Template:Flag/ESP
14 Aviv Hurwitz Template:Flag/ISR
15 Maurice Bruyneel Template:Flag/BEL
22 Winfred Röderich Template:Flag/GER
25 Alam Nasralla Template:Flag/LIB
. . .
Forwards
2 Chuah Tuan Kiet Template:Flag/CHN
6 Manuel Regier Template:Flag/SUI
7 Qadir Rimawi Template:Flag/LIB
10 Bertrand Camps Template:Flag/FRA
12 Tariq El-Abbadi Template:Flag/LIB
17 Hafiz Zaidan Template:Flag/LIB
19 Sergio Granados Template:Flag/ESP

Youth Squad

On 26 March 2007, club officials announced the formation of a new youth squad AC Leila Khaled developed to train new talent found in the Beyrouth area. The new youth squad replaced the old system of pulling random citizens off the streets near Sassine Square and offering them a contract. AC Leila Khaled currently play at the Microlane, a parody of the regular squads home.

Managers

Manager Tenure Wins (Cup) Losses (Cup) Draws
Template:Flag/COL Carlos María Calimeño 19 March 2007 - Present 1 (2) 0 (0) 0
Denmark.gif Asbjørn Thordal 22 August 2006 - 19 March 2007 17 (5) 7 (2) 3

Stadium

The Lane circa March 2007

Sassine FC currently play in The Lane, a 17,000 person capacity stadium located in Beyrouth. Construction was completed on 22 August 2006 and the first match was played on 23 August 2006, a 3-0 cup win over Beyrouth Phéniciens. Global Season 31 proved to be the most lucrative for Sassine FC, selling out every home game during league and cup play.