Omar Kurdi leads a revamped Safa team.
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Rather than have an adverse effect on the squad, the wholesale changes seem to have lit a fire under Safa whose wins over Racing, Salam Zgharta and most notably Nejmeh has them one point clear of second placed Racing at the top of the table.Nejmeh will hope to get back to winning ways against Al-Nabi Sheet Saturday.The eight-time champions have so far failed to justify their "favorites" tag, with their aforementioned defeat to Safa and a 5-1 humbling at the hands of eternal rivals Ansar leaving them mired in eighth place in the standings.
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