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Asian Football Confederation chairman lauds Oman Football Association chief's efforts.

Kuala Lumpur: Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa welcomed at his office Oman Football Association (OFA) chief, AFC Executive Committee member and Media and Communication Task Force Chairman Sayyid Khalid bin Hamed Al Busaidi, in the presence of AFC General Secretary 'Dato' Alex Soosay and Director of Media and Communications Markus Helbling. According to news posted on AFC website, several topics related to the AFC were discussed at the meeting, including the media planning of the AFC as well as the programmes that Media and Communications plans to conduct in an attempt to highlight the efforts of the confederation. Sheikh Salman lauded the fruitful efforts exerted by Sayyid Khalid in AFC's development, noting his keenness at the committee to provide distinctive ideas and suggestions that promote the media performance at the AFC. The AFC chief added that the plans and programmes of the AFC put more pressure on the committee in order to keep up with distinguished media coverage and highlight them in order to contribute to achieving the desired objectives. Sheikh Salman stressed the importance of continuing the coordination and cooperation between the Media and Communication Task Force and the Media and Communications department at the AFC to fulfil these objectives. On his part, Sayyid Khalid thanked the AFC President for his continued support to the standing committees at the confederation and for providing the best conditions in order to do their part in achieving AFC's goals.

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
Date:Apr 21, 2014
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