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Wednesday, April 23, 2014  

Nominations for OFA board close
MUSCAT The committee in charge for the preparatory procedures for the Oman Football Association (OFA) board elections 2012-2016, which will be held on September 27, announced the closure of nominations for the board.

The committee approved the nomination request of Sayyid Khaled Bin Hamad Al Busaidi from Al Suwaiq club for the seat of OFA chairman. It also approved the requests of five nominations for the position of deputy chairman of OFA. They are Saleh Bin Abdullah Al Farsi from Al Misanah club, Sheikh Salem Bin Hamad Al Alawi from Al Taliah club, Mohamed Bin Rashid Al Alawi from Bakha club, HE Sheikh Abdullah Bin Salem Al Mukhaini from Al Arouba club, and Sheikh Naif Bin Salem Al Marhoun from Al Itihad club.

Twenty two people will compete for the membership of the OFA Board of Directors. The candidates are Hmaid Bin Suliman Al Jabri from Al Rustaq club, Nasser Bin Hassan Al Baloushi from Majis club, Rabei Bin Said Alad Thani from Boushar club, Ali Bin Mobarak Al Hosani from Saham club, Ahmed Bin Abdullah Al Habsi from Mudhaibi club, Sheikh Mansour Bin Zaher Al Hajri from Bidiya club, Mahmoud Bin Mohamed Al Ghatrifi from Sumail club, Khaled Bin Ali Al Sawafi from Ibri club, Hamoud Bin Mostahil Al Ma’shani from Mirbat club, Abdulrahim Bin Ahmed Al Baloushi from Al Salam club, Salem Bin Mohamed Al Jafari from Al Wehdah club, Bader Bin Hilal Al Hosani from Al Khaboura club, Madian Bin Ahmed Awad from Al Nassr club, Khaled Bin Said Al Rawas from Mirbat club, Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al Maiasi from Sohar club, Abdullah Bin Isa Al Baloushi from Al Shabab club, Eng. Khamees Bin Nasser Al Oraimi from Sur club, Salem Bin Ghareeb Al Rashdi from Jalan club, Tilal Bin Ali Al Amri from Ahli Sidab club, Al Hassan Bin Salem Al Sobhi from Al Hamra club, Salem Bin Said Al Baloushi from Quriyat club, and Mohamed Bin Salem Al Shehi from Khasab club.

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