Qatar Football Association Agrees To Promote, Develop Footall In Pakistan
The Qatar FA has "agreed upon establishing a long-term partnership for the promotion and development of football in Pakistan by providing technical and professional support" to the Pakistan Football Federation, according to PAKISTAN TODAY. The deal was made at a meeting between Qatar FA President Hamad Bin Khalifa Bin Al-Thani and PFF President Faisal Saleh Hayat. A PFF spokesperson said, "Training and professional facilities to the Pakistan National Team would be made available in Qatar as and when required. QFA would also assist PFF in up grading its infrastructure and allied facilities vital to the development of football in Pakistan." The spokesperson added that a "detailed presentation on the marketing strategies adopted by PFF was also made during the meeting." The QFA agreed to further study the proposals given by the PFF Marketing Consultant Sardar Naveed Haider Khan in order to "further stimulate the game in Pakistan." The Marketing Consultant has also been invited to visit Qatar for "further in depth studies of the proposals" (PAKISTAN TODAY, 3/18).