Supporting the Players, Building the Game

PFAM Executive

 

 

 

Chief Executive Officer

 

Izham bin Ismail
LL.B (Hons) Malaya

 

Izham holds a Law degree from University of Malaya, where he was the former President of University Malaya Students Representative Council and an active member of University Malaya Law Society. He presented a paper entitled ‘Elevating The Status of Football in Malaysia For A More Sustainable Sports Industry’ at National Students Consultative Council 2013 chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister. He was a fellow at Deputy Prime Minister’s Office under the Perdana Fellows Programme. Izham was appointed as the youngest committee member of National Football Development Programme under Ministry of Youth and Sports, and currently, he is the Chief Executive Officer of Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia and FIFPro Asia/Oceania Regional Manager, where he represents professional footballers across the country.

 

 

Executive Consultant

 

Dr Jady @ Zaidi bin Hassim
LL.B (Hons.) (M.C.L.) UKM
Ph.D (Sports Law) UKM

 

Studied Law at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). 2007 – Present, Senior Lecturer at UKM, Malaysia. Dr. Jady is also a mediator of the Malaysian Mediation Centre (MMC), Malaysia BAR Council and Founding Committee of Malaysia Footballer Association, Malaysia (PFAM), Professional Footballers Union (FIFPro Asia/Oceania), Melbourne Australia.

 

Prior to joining academia, he was an Assistant Director of Sports Department, IIUM, Technical Executive for Malaysian Universities Sports Council (1998-2002) - Malaysian Taekwondo Association (MTA) and members of the Asia Council of Arbitration for Sports (Seoul, Korea). He is the author of An Introduction to Sports Law in Malaysia: Legal Guidelines for Sportspersons and Sports Administrators (LexisNexis, Selangor, 2005). His doctoral thesis explored the legal status of professional footballers and role of player associations with particular attention paid to Football Association of Malaysia (FAM).

 

 

Legal Executive

 

Muhammad Azzairi Bin Rosle
LL.B (Hons) Malaya

 

Formerly a student of Sekolah Dato’ Abdul Razak (SDAR) and graduated with a Law degree from University of Malaya. Had a working stint at Attorney General’s Chambers as a Deputy Public Prosecutor of Commercial Crime Unit and Federal Council in Research Department. Presented a paperwork entitled “Rights and Evaluations of Compensation in Sports Injury” to propose suggestions pertaining to method used in calculating injury values on an athlete’s body. Played cricket for Negeri Sembilan U15 team and and won Royal Debate at university level. He was awarded 'Individual Excellence Award" by Majlis Debat Universiti Malaysia. He was also a speaker in National Aspiration of Leadership Symposium 2013, and actively involved in public speaking and oratory coaching.

 

 

Administrative Executive

 

Hanani Azren binti Husin
LL.B Sh & Civ (Hons) USIM
LL.M (Hons) UKM

 

Born in Johor Bahru and attended primary school at Sek. Keb. Bandar, Batu Pahat before furthering studies for secondary school at Sekolah Menengah Agama Kerajaan Johor, Kluang. Hanani holds a Bachelor of Syariah and Law from Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia and a Master’s degree in Law from National University of Malaysia. She was an Adminstration Executive with FIFPro Asia/Oceania under the guidance of Brendan Schwaab, the Vice President of FIFPro. She was instrumental in the rejuvenation of PFA Malaysia and her expertise in the field of sports contract and disputes are key to her appointment as the Administrative Executive at PFA Malaysia.

 

 

Wan Syazana Akmal binti Wan Roslan
LL.B Sh & Civ (Hons) USIM
LL.M (Hons) UKM

 

Born in Tanjong Malim, Perak, she attended primary school at Sek. Keb. Satu (1), Tapah before furthering studies for secondary school at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Kerian & Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Slim River, Perak. Wan Syazana holds a Bachelor of Syariah and Law with Honours from Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia and Master’s degree in Law at the National University of Malaysia. She worked as a research executive in the field of Sports Law at the National University of Malaysia, primarily focused on the administration and constitution of sports bodies in Malaysia, players’ contract and the rights of players.