Montreal – In an executive shuffle this morning, the International Federation of Corporate Football (FIFCO) announced some changes in their staffing and executive.
Mohamed Dadkan, from Iran will move to the board of directors of FIFCO, while Fatos Lloncari of Sweden will take over at the Corporate Football Academy. “I am delighted to keep working with FIFCO, as the organization keeps growing and evolving,” said Dr. Dadkan from his office in Tehran. Dr. Dadkan is the former president of the Iranian Football Federation and brings a wealth of experience to the executive board.
Fatos Lloncari is a veteran referee with a wealth of experience in officiating, evaluation and training, “we are embarking on new and improved initiatives and it is for this reason, I am delighted to join,” said Mr. Lloncari after his appointment.
The vacant position of Vice-President of Strategic Development, will now be taken by Mr. Md. Imranur Rahman from Bangladesh. In accepting this position, Mr. Rahman will retain his role as official member for Bangladesh and continue in his work in developing his market. Imran is the official organizer of the BGMEA Cup in Bangladesh, the largest corporate football tournament of its kind in the region. “This new position will allow the entire team to start focusing on bigger projects by bringing more corporate teams and countries to the table,” he said.
The International Federation of Corporate Football (FIFCO) is the world governing body of corporate football and headquartered in Montreal, Canada. With over 2.5 million players working for more than 150,000 companies located in over 65 countries, FIFCO is the only voice of World Corporate Football and official organizer of the World Corporate Champions Cup.