PR Manager Arslan H Shah offical handler for Boxer Amir Khan in Pakistan and South Asia

Arsalan Hyder ShahKarachi(Cliff News)Pro Sports PR Manager Arsalan H. Shah, director of Global Athlete Management Experts (GAME), Pakistan’s leading sport management firm has now become the exclusive handler for the professional boxer, Amir Khan in Pakistan and the South Asian region.Arsalan H. Shah (GAME) aims to help gifted athletes achieve their maximum potential and enhance their financial potential. He provides excellent online sports management influencing their client’s overall image and interests. Their current clients include famous personalities such as Wasim Akram (Cricket), Shahid Afridi (Cricket), Jehangir Khan (Squash), Sohail Abbas (Hockey)and Amir Khan would be another significant entry in their current client portfolio.Pakistani-British boxer Amir Khan, won a silver medal in the lightweight division at the 2004 Olympics, making him Britain’s youngest boxing Olympic medalist at the age of 17. He has earned a number of world championship titles from then on, making him one of the most renowned boxers in the world. Apart from boxing, he has also worked as a philanthropist and mixed martial arts promoter. In 2017, he was a part of the British reality show I’m a Celebrity… Get me out of here!“I am glad to announce that Pro Sports PR Manager Arsalan H. Shah, Director of Global Athlete Management Experts’ (GAME) is now my exclusive manager for Pakistan and the South Asian region, and he will be addressing all the business related queries for this region,” stated the king boxer, Amir Khan.Amir Khan, recently made the official announcement on his Facebook and Twitter in which he stated, “For any and all business inquiries of Asian region, contact my exclusive manager, Arsalan H. Shah.”“I am very excited to have Amir Khan on board after legends like Wasim Akram & Shahid Afridi. The sports management industry is growing in Pakistan and I believe in adopting a unique approach with each client to create meaningful, long-term partnership. With Amir Khan on board Boxing will commercially see a new heights in Pakistan” stated Arsalan Hyder Shah, Director of Global Athlete Management Experts’ (GAME).

About Global Athlete Management Experts’ (GAME):

Global Athlete Management Experts’ (GAME) aims to help gifted athletes achieve their maximum potential and enhance their financial potential. The reliability and professionalism at GAME provides the resources to talented athletes to successfully realize their goals.GAME offers wide-ranging services, where every characteristic is considered to enhance athletes’ performance and upgrade their talent. Services for competition planning and management, contract negotiations, marketing and promotion, coaching, financial, medical and all other matters are tackled with long-term strategic solutions. Their mission is to establish direct and transparent approach to athlete management and create commercial prospects for our signed clients (athletes) whereby they can invest their time and energy on their game. The GAME team feels proud in assisting athletes to succeed both on and off the field. Regardless of how far they go with their careers, they are assured of a comfortable future beyond the sporting field.

Forgotten National Sports Heroes Honored,Financially Assisted

Karachi (Cliff News)Pakistan’s forgotten national sports heroes in boxing, cycling and football who brought honor and glory to the country in Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and other international competitions were honored by Sherwanis Sports Trust on Thursday.Those who were honored included Olympic boxer and Asian and CW Games medal winner Meherullah Lassi, South Asian Boxing Games Champion Rasheed Qambrani.Financial assistance to distressed boxers Azeem Jan,  cyclist Sher Haider, footballers Jan Muhammad Baloch, Muhammad Sharif and Jafar Alam and former Olympic referee/judge Ali Akbar Shah were extended financial assistance and they were honored with shields and mementos at a function held at Toyota Highway Motors premises.Cash awards in tune of Rs.200, 000 were distributed among the needy sportsmen.2002 Busan Asian Games gold medalist Meherullah Lassi speaking on the occasion, complimented and lauded Sherwani Trust for coming forward and supporting and assisting those neglected sportsmen mostly from Lyari area.“They are past but national heroes and deserve respect and support from the nation,” he said.He expressed the hope that more will follow this gesture and assist these poor, needy and jobless sportsmen.“The basic purpose of holding this programme was to support and assist those needy sportsmen, who were neglected despite their achievements for Pakistan,” Chairman of the trust, Shujaat Sherwani said.“We are honored with their presence of galaxy of international sportsmen with us,” he said. It was job of the society to support to these peoples, who served the country with honor and dignity in international sports arena,” he remarked. “It is always great sight and feeling when Pakistan flag is raised and national anthem is played at the international stage,” he said with emotions.Shujaat Sherwani also announced scholarships to highly talented boys and girls, who are good prospect for the country in coming month. “Our dream is that Pakistan should regain its lost glory in hockey and other sports in Asian Games and Olympics,” he commented.He said this was meagre and token assistance for financially distressed sportsmen.  Shujaat Sherwani said he was also running a free cricket academy, hockey club and staged Motorsports Really in Hub and Nooriaabad. Justice (Retd) Zafar Sherwani, who was the guest of honor, said he was delighted to see this pastime hero of the country with them.He said sports can play a vital role in the development of youth of the nation. Justice Zafar expressed dismay that Pakistan once a great sporting nation of the continent failed to win a single medal in Muslim Solidarity Games held in Baku where small host nation Azerbaijan emerged on the  top.DSC_0524 Meherullah and Rasheed Qambrani also planted trees as part of Go Green Karachi