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PPL 2010 results from Monday, 18th Oct 2010.

From the desk of : PPFL Match Commissioner Mian Rizwan Ali (0300-9450683) Pakistan Premier Football League ……………..… SUMMARISED RESULT Monday (18 October) WAPDA 2 ( Khuda Bakhsh 70, Arif Mehmood 80) KESC 1 ( Abdul Rehman 47) (Garhi Shahu’s Railway Stadium, Lahore) Young Blood, Sahiwal 0 PIA 2 ( Muhammad Ishtiaq 13, Zeeshan Ali 76) (Rai Ali Nawaz Stadium, near ... Read More »

Mian Rizwan urges PEL, NBP to observe Fair Play

Lahore, 18 October: Model Town Football Academy (MTFA)’s President and Match Commissioner of Pakistan Premier Football League 2010 Mian Rizwan Ali had asked the management of National Bank of Pakistan and Pak Elektron Limited (PEL) to keep discipline during the Tuesday, 18 October match at MTFA Ground, Model Town C & D Block, Lahore. “Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s President Makhdoom ... Read More »

PFF will take Disciplinary Action against coachless PPL teams: Mir

Lahore, 18 October : “All teams must put an AFC qualified coach on team bench during the matches of ongoing Pakistan Premier Football League.It came to the notice of PFF that some participating teams are not playing under the true spirit of the game rules and regulations,” this is stated by PFF’s Director Operation Wg. Cmdr (R) Pervaiz Saeed Mir. ... Read More »

PEL, Navy, KRL earn hard-fought wins

Lahore, 17 October: Four more matches are being decided in Pakistan Premier Football League 2010. PEL struck injury time clincher to beat KPT 2-1 at Model Town Football Academy Ground, Lahore. PEL opened the scoring in the 22nd minute through striker Muhammad Riaz who raced onto Saad Ullah’s defence-splitting pass to beat keeper Sajid Hussain all ends up. But first ... Read More »

Referee exercise common sense in booking player for Goal Celebrations: Faisal

Lahore, 17 October: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat have instructed Referees to book only those players who celebrate excessively after scoring a goal in Pakistan Premier Football League and PFF League. Booking a player for simple goal celebration is quite pointless and invariably leads to players being shown a yellow card or even a red ... Read More »

Pakistan football: a victim of muddled priorities

It is a commendable job on the Pakistan Football Federation’s (PFF) part that it is financing its team for the Asian Games in China next month after the Pakistan Olympic Association’s (POA) refusal to do so. It also insinuates the fact that the PFF has enough money in their coffers or has the capability to generate funds at short notice ... Read More »

Amjad Iqbal in high spirits despite serious injury

10:44am Friday 15th October 2010 [By Ian Whiting] AFC Farsley utility man Amjad Iqbal was due to be released from hospital today almost a week after suffering a serious injury in a challenge from former team-mate and Bradford City winger Ben Muirhead. The incident happened midway through the first half of last Saturday’s win over Armthorpe Welfare at Throstle Nest. ... Read More »

Players happy with Roberts

By our correspondent KARACHI: National footballers are very happy with the arrival of consultant Graham Roberts and are enjoying his association during the camp being held in Lahore in connection with the preparations for the Asian Games slated to be held in China next month. Team sources told ‘The News’ that former English player Graham is a jolly figure and ... Read More »

SSGC finally earn win: overpower PEL 3-1

Lahore, 15 October: Pakistan Premier Football League 2010 is in full swing nation wide and four more matches were decided on Friday. SSGC managed their first win of the competition when they fired two goals in last ten minutes to beat PEL 3-1 at Model Town Football Academy Ground, Lahore. It was big sigh of relief for their officials Nawab ... Read More »

Jadeed Khan joins hat-trick makers

Afghan FC Chaman captain Jadeed Khan Pathan joins list of 2010 Pakistan Premier Football League hat-trick makers with a triple goal burst against Sahiwal's Young Blood FC. Read More »

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