Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Football Association’s Transitional Committee, announced yesterday the launch of the “Emirates Football Association Retreat” initiative, as part of planning for the next stage, by making use of local and international sports experiences, to form an integrated strategy for the future of football in the Emirates.
The initiative aims to communicate with experts, listen to the opinions of decision-makers, athletes and media, and involve all members of society in studying the proposals, and raise recommendations to develop the work of the Football Association, and to establish the correct foundations for the implementation of the desired goals at the level of arbitration and the performance of clubs and teams, and the organization of local tournaments, and participation in world championships .
Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al-Nuaimi said in a press statement: These are the first initiatives of the transitional committee's work plan, which extends its mission for 90 days, and aims to provide a platform to communicate, listen to all ideas and proposals, and use them to advance the path of sporting excellence in the UAE.
He pointed out that the tasks of this new initiative include setting public policy, strategic and development plans, future directions of the Football Association, and communicating with government and private agencies, local experiences and young national talents.
Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid said that they are seeking to develop a non-traditional work system based on community partnership.
The transitional committee stressed that an expanded meeting will be organized that includes various segments of society, including athletes, media people, officials in clubs, sporting organizations and institutions, government and private agencies and many Emirati football stars and former members of the Football Association, and the fans and followers' associations, with the aim of opening new horizons to contribute effectively to the development of the sports system. In the state.
Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid said that the development of Emirati football is a national responsibility that falls on all members of society. The transitional committee also announced the launch of a special interactive electronic platform to communicate with the public to contribute to supporting the federation's efforts, and to send their suggestions and future visions for Emirates football, in addition to proposing new ideas and solutions, outside the traditional frameworks.
The transitional committee seeks a system of work based on community partnership.
The transitional committee announced the launch of an electronic platform to receive the opinions and suggestions of the public regarding the development of the Federation's work.