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Jordanian Football Clubs Suspend Participation in League Demanding Payments and Official Sponsorship – Latest News 2023-2024


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Jordanian Football Clubs Suspend Participation in League

Jordanian football clubs have taken an unprecedented step by deciding to suspend their participation in the league. This means that matches in the sixth stage, including Al Wahdat vs Al Shabab and Ma’an vs Al Salta, did not take place on Saturday.

Reasons for Suspension

The clubs have chosen to suspend their participation until the Jordan Football Association meets their demands. Their main requests include the payment of JD200,000 to each club and the search for an official sponsor for the professional club championships for the current 2023-2024 season.

Upcoming Meeting

The Jordan Pro League clubs are set to meet at the Al-Faisaly headquarters tomorrow to discuss the latest developments. The local game federation has confirmed that the meeting will be led by Prince Ali bin Al Hussein and will focus on the strategic plan for Jordanian football for the next five years (2023-2028).

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Al Ittihad’s Response

Al Ittihad, in a news article on its website, did not address the issue of the clubs’ suspension of participation in the league.

Discussion Points

The federation’s meeting involved extensive discussions on various areas of strategy, including national teams, age groups, local championships development, infrastructure improvement, club empowerment, marketing enhancement, and public interaction.

Strategic Plan for the Future

The federation aims to develop a strategic plan with clear goals for the coming years. This plan will focus the efforts of the Union, its staff, committees, and partners towards achieving quality objectives. The plan will be regularly monitored and evaluated to meet the aspirations of the entire Jordanian football family.

Source: AFP

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