File - Nejmeh’s imperious form under the aegis of taskmaster and German manager Theo Bucker has the eight-time and defending champions primed to repeat the trick as the new season kicks off this weekend.
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Nejmeh's imperious form under the aegis of taskmaster and German manager Theo Bucker has the eight-time and defending champions primed to repeat the trick as the new season kicks off this weekend.That run will face its sternest examination yet when Nejmeh battle last season's runners-up and fierce rivals Safa Sunday at 3:30 p.m.Safa, the nascent force of Lebanese football and champions twice in the last three years, have tweaked their squad after a disappointing season which ended trophyless for the 2008 AFC Cup finalists.Nejmeh, though, have hardly rested on their laurels as last term's lethal strike force has been further potentiated by the arrival of former Racing striker and last season's top scorer Lassina Sorro.
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