The Football Association announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with Tamouh Healthcare, during a press conference in Dubai, attended by Abdullah Rashid Al Rashidi, CEO of Tamouh, Mohammed Abdullah Hazam Al Dhaheri, Secretary General of the Football Association, Hamad Mohammed Al Junaibi, Assistant Secretary-General for Financial and Administrative Affairs, and Omar Abdullah Pirody Assistant Secretary-General for Technical Affairs.
Under this agreement, Tamouh Healthcare Company will become a partner of the Football Association in conducting “Covid-19” tests for participants in the joint qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup Finals and the 2023 AFC Asian Cup Finals that will be held in the country from 3 to 15 June next.
Mohammed Abdullah Hazam Al Dhaheri said: The Board of Directors of the Football Association headed by Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi is keen to cooperate with health care companies that provide medical services related to football activity, especially in light of the current global health conditions, so we signed a cooperation agreement with Tamouh Healthcare. To conduct periodic surveys for all the teams of our national team in the joint Asian qualifiers upon their arrival on the country’s soil, and during the competition period until their conclusion and their safe departure from the UAE.
He added: The cooperation between the Football Association and an ambitious company has extended not a short time ago, due to its extensive experience in providing distinguished medical and health care in many sporting events and tournaments held in the country, and an affirmation that the Football Association is keen to provide the best services for all elements of the football game.
In turn, Abdullah Rashid Al-Rashidi expressed his happiness at signing a cooperation agreement with the Football Association, stressing that the company has a group of the best trained health cadres, and has the latest medical devices necessary to conduct the required tests, stressing their full readiness to conduct all checks for the G7 teams on a regular basi