Doha, December 13 (QNA) – Qatar Football Association (QFA) and Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) officials have held extensive discussions to explore ways of developing the game in the two countries.
The two parties carried out a two-day workshop involving officials from both sides to identify areas which QFA and PFF would look at to take the game forward, QFA said in a statement.
Representatives from Qatar Stars League (QSL), Aspire Academy and Aspetar joined QFA’s Executive Committee members and head of the National Teams Committee during their extensive discussions with the PFF team.
“The two parties agreed to cooperate with each other in developing existing ties between them. QFA and PFF will join hands to promote the growth of the game in Qatar and Pakistan,” QFA vice presedint Saoud Al Mohannadi said.
A cooperation agreement was signed on 10-December-2014 that will see QFA and PFF joining hands to share transfer of knowledge, hold seminars and discuss collaboration at competition levels, the statement added.(QNA)