India on the radar in FIFA Congress

Updated: 29 May 2009 09:52 IST

A meeting between FIFA and AIFF officials to discuss development of the game in India is on the agenda when the 59th FIFA Congress will held from June 1-3.

New Delhi:

A meeting between FIFA and AIFF officials to discuss development of the game in India is on the agenda when the 59th FIFA Congress will held in The Bahamas from June 1 to 3.

All India Football Federation Senior Vice-president Subrata Dutta and treasurer Hardev Jadeja will be flying off to Dubai on Saturday from where a chartered flight will take them to Nessau, capital of The Bahamas.

Dutta and Jadeja will attend a meeting with FIFA officials on June 2 on the sidelines of the Congress.

The meeting is supposed to focus on FIFA's developmental plans regarding to Indian football.

The Congress to be held at Paradise Island, will have a Confederations meeting on June 1 while the Congress proper will start the next day.

Dutta and Jadeja will return to the country on June 5.

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