AMMAN — The Jordan Football Association (JFA) on Wednesday signed an agreement with IMG Media Limited, granting it full rights to broadcast the national team’s matches outside Jordan for the Asian Cup finals. Under the $300,000 deal, the company will also have the right to broadcast the team’s friendly matches in 2013 and 2014, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra. HRH Prince Ali, president of the Jordan Football Association, attended the signing agreement and expressed his satisfaction.
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