Yesterday, Thursday, the Saudi Al-Nasr Football Club announced the joining of the young Muhammad bin Nayef Al-Hidari Al-Otaibi, to the list of golden members of the team.
The club published a picture of Al-Otaibi on its Twitter account, and commented on it, saying: “Young Muhammad bin Nayef Al-Haddari Al-Otaibi joined the list of golden members of Al-Nasr Club, after paying the golden membership fees, appreciating him for this supportive initiative towards his club.”
Who is Mohammed bin Nayef Al-Hidari Al-Otaibi?
He became famous in 2019 on social media in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, after he took a “selfie” with the Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Al-Otaibi said at the time On the picture that was taken in a restaurant in Jeddah: “The Crown Prince passed in front of me while entering the restaurant, so I waited for him until he finished lunch, and asked him to take a picture, and the Crown Prince welcomed that.”
Al-Otaibi revealed at the time that he was 12 years old (meaning that he was 14 years old at the present time), and that he was in London and returned to the Kingdom again, pointing out that he promised himself not to open any account in “Twitter” or “Instagram” before reaching the age of 16.
Al-Nasr club had recently regained part of its prestige in the Saudi League, after 3 victories and two draws in the last 5 matches, to rise to sixth place, after it was sitting at the bottom of the standings at the beginning of the season.