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Nsibaba passes away amid PFF’s negligence

KARACHI: Nsibaba Eddy Imeh-Ony, a Nigerian national working as marketing manager with International Professional Link Group (IPLG), a Saudi Arabia-based sports promotion company interested in starting a joint venture with the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF), died in Lahore after allegedly receiving shabby treatment by the federation. Dawn was tipped off by a source late Sunday night about the unfortunate demise ... Read More »

Eid Mubarak

The [FPDC] Team wishs you Eid Mubarak! May Eid bring you joy and happiness, Eid Mubarak Eid Mubarik to all. Many many more may come to you! May Allah keep us on His chosen straight path and not make us go astray. Ameen! Please Don’t Forget the Plight of Muslims in your Dua’s “And Seek (Allah’s) help with Sabr ... Read More »

AFC Chief Hammam allows Vision Asia status to PFF

Lahore, 29 November :” Pakistan has a strong tradition of sports and football is emerging to be one of the country’s passions. Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’ Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat pledged to continue his drive towards modern football with emphasis on youth development, women soccer and to professionalize the game in Pakistan. Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Mohammed bin ... Read More »

Pakistan wants Vision Asia status

KUALA LUMPUR: The Pakistan Football Federation has expressed interest in joining AFC’s Vision Asia programme. Like many of the South Asian countries, cricket is the leading sport in Pakistan. However, having seen the successes of Vision Asia projects in India, Pakistan is keen on joining the fray. Earlier this month in Shanghai, AFC agreed to accept the Maldives and Sri ... Read More »

IOC Solidarity Course concluded

Erich foresees a good future for the successful participants Lahore, 14 November : Modesty is the most important characteristic of a successful coach, according to Pakistan Olympic Association (POA)’s Abdul Khaliq Khan today. Speaking to coaches at the closing ceremony of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Solidarity Technical Course , held at Lahore’s FIFA Football House from 3 – 14 ... Read More »

PFF Chief approves thirty participants

Lahore, 30 October : Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat has approved thirty participants for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Olympic Solidarity Technical Course, slated to run at Lahore’s FIFA Football House from 3-14 November 2008. Faisal Saleh Hayat, MNA, who is also member of AFC Disciplinary Committee, has urged the national coaches/trainers to acquire technical ... Read More »

PFF President under pressure

KARACHI: The All Pakistan Football Lovers Association have demanded of the federal government to remove the president of the football governing body in the country (PFF) for his failure to put the global sport on the right footing. During a protest demonstration held here on Thursday the participants chanted slogans against the president of PFF Faisal Saleh Hayat and also ... Read More »

PFF propaganda over Senate report

Lahore, 26 September : The Sub-Committee of the Standing Committee on Sports (Culture, Tourism, Sports and Youth Affairs) in its ten-page findings has showed satisfaction over the football promotional work carried out by Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) under dynamic leadership of Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, and also called for the appointment of new Presidents of Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) ... Read More »

12th FIFA Fair Play Day at Karachi, Rawalpindi Lahore on Sunday

Lahore, 20 September : “As the most popular sport, football is a universal language that can help bridge all social divides. Although fair play is a principle that applies all year round, the FIFA Fair Play Days give the football family the opportunity to celebrate fair play in a special way and to recognise and highlight the best examples of ... Read More »

Ali Nawaz laments pathetic state of Pakistan football

By Alam Zeb Safi KARACHI: If a gardener plants a tree and it does not grow, then he, if he is a professional, will certainly know that it might have been hit by bacteria and unless he does try to remove the ailment the plant will not grow and at last fall. The same is the case with the football ... Read More »

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