FIFA-AFC delegation meets promoters of ISL, national coach Igor Stimac
The AIFF Secretary General Shaji Prabhakaran said that once the roadmap is ready, it will reflect on our work.
New Delhi: The FIFA-AFC delegation, currently in India on a three-day visit, on Thursday, met the representatives of Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), the marketing partners of the All India Football Federation.
Having gone through the various aspects and problems of club football in the country, the delegation then sat down with the national men’s head coach Igor Stimac and had an extensive conversation with the Croatian.
The delegation comprised Nodar Akhalkatsi, Director, Strategic Projects & MA Governance, FIFA, Sarah Solemale, Senior MA Governance Service Manager, FIFA, Allessandro Gramagila, Strategic Development Manager, FIFA and Sonam Jigmi, Senior Manager, South Asia, MA Division, AFC.
A busy day at the Football House. FIFA delegation met AIFF marketing partners, @IndSuperLeague and @ILeagueOfficial clubs and National coach @stimac_igor to discuss way forward for #IndianFootball. Coach had fruitful meeting with Sec. Gen @Shaji4Football #IndianFootball ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/aWxtMgKPIa
— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) September 29, 2022
The AIFF Secretary General Shaji Prabhakaran said: “Once the roadmap is ready, it will reflect on our work. We want something on the pitch, which includes realistic goals and achievable objectives.
“We are collaborating with institutions as well as individuals, who can help us for the overall growth. Success will be defined when we work together. I believe in thinking out of the box and if there is a will there is always a way.”
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