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Miscellaneous represented at Samsung Beach Soccer Cup in Dubai

The Miscellaneous Group, headed by CEO Sham Mohammed, continues to make inroads into the international football arena. This week, Miscellaneous is being represented at the sixth edition of the Samsung Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup in Dubai which is hosting top-notch national sides from around the world compete in one of the most prestigious competitions in the sporting calendar.

The exploits of some of the world’s best beach soccer players will be seen in live broadcasts to over 200 million households, at the state-of-the-art 3000 seat stadium at the Dubai International Marine Club, Jumeirah Beach, all come together to make this event an absolute must-attend this November.

The competing nations include United States, Egypt, Brazil, Russia, Iran, Poland, United Arab Emirates and former World Cup hosts Tahiti.

Miscellaneous CEO Sham Mohammed (right) with FIFA Beach Soccer Director Brent Rahim in Dubai on Tuesday.

The Beach Soccer workshop will also be held this week. While in Dubai, Mohammed has already met with FIFA Beach Soccer and Futsal Director of Development Brent Rahim, who hails from Mohammed’s homeland of Trinidad and Tobago.

It is a remarkable experience to see how Beach Soccer continues to grow and develop, particularly in locations such as Dubai. The Miscellaneous Group is continuing to build networks and relationships and we are quite pleased to be here to witness the event. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the organisers, Beach Soccer Worldwide and wish them the very best in the staging of this event and others to come.

Mohammed with Bahamas Beach Soccer President Anton Sealy (right), Beach Soccer Worldwide Vice President Joan Cusco (second from left) and another official at the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship draw in Miami last month.

Mohammed with CONCACAF Director of Development Hugo Salcedo (right) and former Brazil 4-time Beach Soccer World Cup winning coach Alexandre Soares (right) who is an employed coach of the Miscellaneous Group