This year’s Soccerex Asian Forum, held in Jordan is once again set to break new ground in Asian football, featuring an exclusive interview with HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, the participation of the legendary Diego Maradona and a record attendance of football federations.

The forum is the must attend event for media outlets seeking to gain the inside scoop on all of Asia football’s most recent developments and media applications are now being taken. The forthcoming Soccerex Asian Forum is taking place at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre, in partnership with the Asian Football Development Project, on the banks of the Dead Sea, Jordan, 3-4 May. The event will bring together the leading decision makers in Asian football along with industry executives and businesses from around the world for two days of learning, networking and business opportunities. Last year’s event saw 197 articles across television, online and print media. To secure your pass now, please email, FreddieR@soccerex. Sie sprechen cal , eine eigene, vom andalusischen facharbeit schreiben spanisch geprägte sprache. com or call Soccerex on + 44 (0) 208 987 5515. The conference programme is now officially launched. The topic highlights and the prominent speakers who will be discussing them:

• HRH Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA Vice-President, Asia
• Danny Jordaan, President, South African Football Association
• Senior Representative, Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy
• Mark Falvo, COO, AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 LOC
• Samar Nassar, CEO, U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2016 LOC
• David Dein, Former Vice-Chairman, Arsenal FC & The FA
• Jaap Kalma, Commercial Director, AC Milan
• Javier Martinez, Managing Director, Global Business Development, Atletico Madrid
• Chris Eaton, Director of Sport Security, ICSS
• Moayad Shatat, Vice-President, Malaga CF
• Ebru Köksal, Board Member, Galatasaray SK
• Peter Reid, Manager, Mumbai City and Former Manager, Thailand
• Ossie Ardiles, Argentina and Tottenham Hotspur legend and Former Manager, Japan
• Lucas Neil, Former Captain, Australia
• Gaizka Mendieta, Former International, Spain.