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AFC opens disciplinary proceedings on KE over ITC case [Dawn]

by Umaid Wasim KARACHI: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has opened disciplinary proceedings against K-Electric, nearly six months after Dawn exclusively revealed that the Pakistani champions were in peril following a bungled player transfer. “Disciplinary proceedings have been opened and the case will be dealt with by the AFC Disciplinary Committee at its meeting on June 30,” an AFC spokesperson ... Read More »

Hayat no longer PFF president as LHC orders fresh polls [Dawn]

by Umaid Wasim KARACHI: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ruled that Faisal Saleh Hayat is no longer the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) president, Dawn can exclusively reveal. The LHC judgement, of which an uncertified copy has been obtained by Dawn, says that Hayat — who has been the chief of country’s football governing body since 2003 — cannot be ... Read More »

First of its kind: KE to launch U16 girls football programme [Express Tribune]

KARACHI: K-Electric (KE) plans to become the first Pakistan Premier Football League department to launch an U16 girls programme along with the boys’ this year. KE Head of Sports Mahmood Riaz said it is the long-term goal of the youth development programme, and inclusion of the female footballers in the sport is highly crucial. “We’ve been concentrating more on training boys ... Read More »

West Brom release U21s top scorer Samir Nabi [Express & Star]

West Brom have released 19-year-old midfielder Samir Nabi after an 11-year association with the club. Nabi was top scorer for the under-21s last season, netting eight times in total for James Shan’s side. His older brother Adil is a former academy striker who went on loan to the Delhi Dynamos at the start of last season before moving to League ... Read More »

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