Dubai: Dubai Club announced its three new foreign professional players for next season at their Hatta/Oman Road grounds on Wednesday.
Moroccan-Bahraini midfielder Faouzi Mubarak Ayesh joins from Qatar's Al Sailiya, ex-Ittihad Kalba French-Guinean Simon Feindouno will play on the wing, and French-Algerian striker Eyemen Samir Henaini joins from France's second tier outfit Sedan Ardennes.
Guinean Abu Bacar M'Baye Camara, who played last season, completes Dubai's allocation for the start of the 2011/12 season.
All four will play under newly announced Argentinean coach Nestor Clausen who joins from Bolivia's The Strongest club and replaces Brazilian Junior Dos Santos on the touchline.
Having avoided relegation by just six points last season, Dubai will now be looking to up their game to consolidate their league position and push on.
Feindouno, 25, whose Kalba side went down at the expense of a penultimate loss to Dubai last season, told Gulf News: "Now I'm with Dubai I will try and do my best and give my all like I did for Kalba. I wish Kalba the best and hope they come back up, but I wanted to play first team football and my contract was up. I'm happy with this opportunity."
Ayesh, 26, said: "Dubai has good young players for the future, they didn't deserve to be in the position they were last year. I believe they can do better and now they have the professionals to get this team further up the league."
Henaini, 27, who spent most of his time on loan at Etoile Frejus Saint Raphael in France's third tier last season, said: "I'm very happy to be here. I will try to give everything to this club next season for this team to be at their best."
Henaini started his career at Frejus in 2002, leaving in 2006 to join second tier side Sedan Ardennes who immediately loaned him out. Over the following three seasons he played for Paris FC, AC Arles and then Frejus.
Feindouno spent his early career at Nice and on loan at Lens before permanently joining Istres, moving to Kalba in 2009. He's represented Guinea at under-23 level and is the younger brother of Pascal and Benjamin who play in the Swiss and French leagues.
National team caps
Ayesh started his career with Al Muharraq from 2003 until 2009 before playing two seasons in Qatar with Al Sailiya. He has 50 caps for the Bahraini national team.
Meanwhile Camara, 25, represented Guinea's Satelitte FC from 2003 to 2004. He joined Belgian KSC Lokeren Oost Vlaanderen from 2004 to 2009 when he joined Al Khaleej for a season and then Dubai in 2010 where he remains. He has played for Guinea at under-21 and senior level.