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Int’l friendly tournament organizing committee held meeting

Posted On Thursday, 23rd February 2012

The organizing committee of the upcoming tenth edition of the Friendly International Tournament for U-9 National Teams held a preparatory meeting on Wednesday.

 

The tournament will kickoff on March 3rd and will be concluded on the 8th of the same month.

 

The local organizing committee consists of Mr. Hamad Al Manai (Head of the supervising committee), Mr. Ali Al Muftah(Tournament Director), Mr. Ahmed Al Muftah (Logistic Support Supervisor), Mr. Khalid Al Kuwari (Media & Marketing Director) and Mr. Ibrahim Al Sulaiti (Stadia Supervisor).

 

The Qatar local organizing committee has gone to great lengths to ensure a smooth tournament and create a unique festive atmosphere.

 

The tournament will be played in league format, and will feature China, UAE, Greece and hosts Qatar.

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