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The Stars Academy for Sports' women's football team is poised to win the league and cup titles this year, and can clinch both with a victory against the Girls Football Academy team this Sunday. The side is a heavy favorite due to the experience of coach Wael Gharzideen and the incredible teamwork forged by the players during their training. The Lebanese Women's Professional Football League was thrust into the limelight after the women's national team placed first in the 2015 Arab Under 17 Women's Cup. Players were drawn to the team by Gharzideen's impressive track record and professionalism.Intrinsic to the team's success is the close relationship between coaches and players.Gharzideen maintains links with the FC Barcelona-affiliated team UE Cornella.The Stars Academy was able to send one of its junior men's players to Cornella, and Gharzideen hopes to send two women's footballers next year.The team recently signed Jordanian football star Haya Khalil.
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