Inspired Abdulla seeks to continue Asian momentum at Qatar 2022
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) match officials continue to shine on the world stage with 19 match officials selected for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, an additional three from the last edition.
Regarded as one of the most established match officials in the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed Abdulla earned his first break in the 2011 AFC Cup™ contest between TSW Pegasus and Song Lam Nghe An and has not looked back since.
In this exclusive interview with the-AFC.com, Abdulla shares his insights on being selected for the FIFA World Cup for the second time and talks about his preparations leading up to the showpiece.
West Asia Wrap: Stage set for exciting finale in Jordan
Doha: The destination of the Jordanian Pro League title will be decided on Thursday's final day of the season with three teams in the running following last week's action.
Al Faisaly played to a 1-1 draw with Al Wehdat to hold a one-point lead going into the final round of matches, with Al Hussein also very much in the running should the top two slip up.
In the United Arab Emirates, there is a three-way tie at the top in an intriguing title race. There was also action in Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine so join the-AFC.com as we take a look at last week's action.
West Asia Wrap: Al Shabab continue to impress in Saudi Arabia; Al Wasl take charge in UAE
Dubai: Al Shabab will head into the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 break sitting pretty at the top of the Saudi Pro League after yet another impressive win over the past week.
In the United Arab Emirates, Al Wasl claimed top spot after defeating Sharjah. There were also matches in Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria so join the-AFC.com as we review the past week's domestic action across West Asia.