“The sad story of Miteb Al-Harbi” .. a new blow to the youth after the rejection of millions by Al-Nasr and Al-Ahly!

A new setback for Mutaib Al-Harbi…


In the summer of 2023 and January 2024, Mutaib Al-Harbi, left-back of Al-Shabab’s first team, was the most prominent name in the Saudi transfer market.

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All the Saudi Investment Fund clubs, Al-Hilal, Al-Nasr, Al-Ittihad, and Al-Ahly, tried to contract with Al-Harbi, especially Al-Alami and Qalaat Al-Raqi. However, Al-Shabab insisted on keeping the player among its ranks, rejecting the millions of riyals that would have refreshed its treasury.

Since he refused to sell him, the young player has been exposed to one injury after another. The last of which was in the match against Al-Lioth Castle against Al-Hazm, on Thursday evening, in the 24th round of the Saudi Roshan Professional League 2023-2024 competition.

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Regarding that, Dr. Thamer Al-Shahrani, a specialist in physical therapy and sports injuries, narrated, through his official account on the “X” platform, what he called the “sad story” of Miteb Al-Harbi, in the current sports season. As follows:

*First injury:

09/15/2023.. He suffered a “severe sprain in the ankle joint,” then returned to group training, on October 19 of the same year.

10/28/2023.. He suffers a new injury with a “sprained ankle”, then returns to group training, exactly a month later.

*The second injury:

03/02/2024.. He suffers an injury to the “back muscle”, then returns to group training, on the twelfth of March of the same year.

03/15/2024.. He suffers another injury to his “back muscle”, waiting to determine the duration of his absence.

Al-Shahrani expressed his wish to find a final solution to Mutaib Al-Harbi’s repeated injuries, and not to rush into diagnosis or treatment, in addition to developing a long rehabilitation program, to prevent any future setback.


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