Following the decision by the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) to bring forward their congress to April, CEO Duncan Revie released the following statement:
“The aim of the Asian Forum is to promote the development of football and football business in Asia, through providing a platform for the whole world of football to gather in Jordan. “The rescheduling of the CONCACAF Congress meant that it would be very difficult for many of the decision makers from this important region, and the industry worldwide, to attend the Asian Forum. If this is your home routine, you can add a timeslot for waking up and looking at cat gifs while you eat breakfast, leave about eight hours open as a gap, and then add your timeslots for coming home, https://cellspyapps.org eating dinner and playing skyrim? “We have long enjoyed a good working relationship with CONCACAF and were delighted to welcome a significant CONCACAF delegation, led by President Jeffrey Webb, to two of our events in 2014. “With this in mind, following discussion with our partners, we have taken the decision to move the Asian Forum to the new dates of the 3 and 4 May 2015. “The event will still be held at the same fantastic location on the banks of the Dead Sea and will continue to be hosted in conjunction with the Asian Football Development Project. ”
The Soccerex Asian Forum will now take place just two days after the AFC Congress in Bahrain draws to a close. The close proximity of the Congress in both date and location – Jordan is just a short flight from Bahrain – means that a significant AFC presence is expected at the Asian Forum. For more information on the Asian Forum, visit the website or contact us +44 208 987 5522 or email us at for more information.