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    • He changed the name after he attended a tournament that was contested between the Olympic Club, Al Nassr, Al Riyadh and El Kawkab clubs.Al Hilal SFC-Wikipedia
    • Naft won its first ever Champions League game in a 2–1 victory against Saudi club Al Shabab.Naft Tehran F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Another well-known club, Al-Shabab, was established in 1947 and holds 6 championships.Riyadh-Wikipedia
    • On 4 February 2021, Ighalo joined Saudi Professional League club Al Shabab on a two-and-a-half-year contract.Odion Ighalo-Wikipedia
    • Despite his intention to stay in Europe after being released by Arsenal, Park joined Saudi Arabian side Al-Shabab on 1 October 2014, signing a one-year contract.Park Chu-young-Wikipedia
    • Pacheco joined Al Shabab FC (Riyadh) in 2009, winning the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Cup almost immediately.Jaime Pacheco-Wikipedia

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