Ahed are in the running for a historic treble, with a domestic double already in the bag.
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Ahed's bid for a historic treble resumes Tuesday when they face Iraqi side and two-time defending champions Air Force Club in the second round of the AFC Cup. After completing the domestic double following a penalty shootout win over Nejmeh in the Lebanese Cup final, the next objective for Bassem Marmar's men is becoming the first Lebanese team to land the AFC Cup.Air Force Club progressed into the west-zonal semifinals as the best-placed runners-up with 12 points, two behind Group A winners Al-Jazeera.
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