Maatouk’s arrival will add some much-needed to the eight-time champions.
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Nejmeh made a major splash in the local transfer market Monday, luring Lebanon captain Hasan Maaouk back to his homeland after five years in the Gulf.The Beirut club have toiled in recent campaigns, failing to add to their eight league titles, the last of which coming in 2014 .Maatouk's arrival will add some much-needed quality and cachet to a patently stale Nejmeh squad, not to mention the local league, which has struggled for years to keep its best players.Despite the coup of snaring one of Lebanese football's foremost players, Nejmeh remain markedly top-heavy and threadbare at the back.
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