During the meeting held yesterday, headed by Abdullah Al-Ajlah, the Sharjah Football Company board of directors distributed administrative positions to the members.

The company said in a statement yesterday: “It was decided that Abdullah Al-Ajlah will assume the duties of supervisor of the first team, and Omran Al Jasmi is an administrative and financial supervisor, and Badr Ahmed Al Hammadi takes over the functions of contract manager and player affairs and supervisor of the reserve team. Ahmed Al Hammadi is a supervisor of the club's football academy.

The statement added: "The meeting discussed many issues related to the affairs and needs of the first team for the coming period after the return of sporting activity and the resumption of competitions, and reviewed the status of contracts for citizens and foreign players, as well as the report of the technical staff, and the results of the company president's meeting with the team coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari."

He continued, "The company confirms that the slogan for the next stage is dedication to serving the club, which requires seriousness and double effort." For his part, Abdullah Al-Ajlah stressed that "the meetings will be held on a weekly basis, to accelerate the pace of work, and to decide on the contracts of workers from various club teams, and strive to preserve the status and name of Sharjah Club in the forefront among adults in various local and continental competitions."

Distribution of the posts of Sharjah Football Company

Abdullah Al-Ajlah is the supervisor of the first team.

Imran Al Jasmi is an administrative and financial supervisor.

Badr Ahmed Al Hammadi, Director of Contracting and Player Affairs and supervisor of the reserve team.

Jassim Al-Dokhi is a supervisor of the football school and the private academy.

■ Hassan Al Hammadi, supervisor of the football academy in the club.

Abdullah Al-Ajlah:

"Meetings will be held weekly to accelerate the pace of work and decide on contracts for employees of the club."

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