Our chief editor Ali Ahsan, on his trip to witness the inaugural game of the 21st NBP National Football Challenge Cup 2011 at Faisalabad, met various football personalities and players present at Bohranwali Ground witnessing PAF’s 3-0 win over hapless HBL.
One of the people he met was legendary Pakistani international footballer Yunus Changezi, who played for Pakistan from the 1960s till early 1970s, and was cousin of South Asian football legend Qayyum Ali Changezi.
Hailing from the Hazara community of Quetta, Balochistan the retired Lt. Colonel candidly talked about his career as a footballer, coach, manager, selector, PFF official, as well as being a Provincial Minister for the Balochistan Government.
Currently, he is manager of the ZTBL football team as well as being the unofficial coach of the Ashraf Sugar Mills side exclusively for the National Challenge Cup 2011.
Later on in the tournament, PMC Athletico’s Waheed Nagra (who is also a FPDC correspondent for Faisalabad) met up with Yunus Changezi and talked about Ashraf Sugar Mills amazing giant-killing cup run came to an end when they lost 2-0 to Jaffar Khan-led Pakistan Army side in the quarter-finals yesterday 22 April 2011.
A true gentleman of the game!
More exclusive FPDC interviews will come!