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PFF-IPLG Joint Venture propels Pakistan football into new heights : Lodhi

Lahore, 10 September : ” from strikers to goalkeeper, wingers to fullbacks, the coaching methodology has been continually updated with the latest ideas and a variety of interesting twists to the very old standards methods of playing and training. PFF Chief pledged to continue his drive towards modern football with emphasis on youth development, women soccer and to professionalize the ... Read More »

PFF Press Conference

INVITATION ATT : SPORTS EDITORS PRESS BRIEFING Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s collaboration with International Professional Link Group & Al Nasr Club, Dubai You are cordially invited to attend the Press Conference during which PFF’s Secretary General Lt.Col ® Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi will brief Media about said subject for betterment of Pakistani football as per schedule given below. Date : ... Read More »

Fernando approves contractor for Peshawar’s FIFA Goal Project

Lahore, 9 September : “The FIFA Goal Project at Peshawar will serve as a basic institution to help promote the soccer on modern lines. FIFA, PFF and NWFP Government will play significant role of shouldering financial burden when full-fledged construction work on Peshawar’s Project, to be built under “FIFA Hope Program”, will get underway at NWFP capital after Eidul Fitr. ... Read More »

Secretary general fails to give satisfactory answers on expenditures: PFF faces Rs 52.5 million defi

* National soccer team at 160th place in FIFA rankings By Khurram Shahzad ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) faces a deficit of Rs 52.5 million yearly despite receiving a $250,000 annual grant from the world soccer body FIFA. PFF secretary general Ahmed Yar Khan told Daily Times on Friday that total income of the federation was Rs 17.5 million ... Read More »

Lyari footballers slam PFF

KARACHI, July 4: Members of the Save Football Movement (SFM) comprising hundreds of Lyari footballers of all ages came together to share their grievances with members of the media outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC) on Friday. The protest was organised to protest Pakistan Football Federation’s (PFF) turning down the one million rupees challenge thrown by the SFM to take ... Read More »

PFF pin hope on home coaches to unearth future stars : Faisal

AFC AID-27 Coaches Seminar concluded Lahore, 2 July : ” Playing football, for most of us, is an easy sport. But to be aware of the technical aspects of the game is a different ball game altogether. Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) is relying too heavily on the 27 coaches working for Asian Football Confederation (AFC)’s AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme. We ... Read More »

PFF call 27 Coaches for two-day show

AFC AID-27 Coaches Meet Lahore, 28 June : Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) will host two-day Quarterly Meeting on 1 and 2 July 2008 to analysis the movement of 27 youth football coaches, who are working under Asian Football Confederation (AFC)’s AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme, at FIFA Football House, Ferozpur Road. PFF had called meeting on instructions of PFF’s President Makhdoom ... Read More »

PFF launches VISION 2020 PLAN

Our mission is to complete SAF Games hat-trick next year : Faisal Lahore, 21 June : Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, MNA, said that our main target is to complete SAF Games hat-trick next year when Dhaka will stage 11th South Asian Games. We will develop strong Pakistan U23 team to give us third gold ... Read More »

Faisal Saleh Hayat chairs PFF Congress on Saturday

Lahore, 19 June : Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)’s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, MNA, will chair PFF Congress on Saturday (21 June) at FIFA Football House, Lahore. PFF Congress will commence at 11 AM. “The Congress is the meeting at which all of the Members of PFF regularly convene. It represents the supreme and legislative authority of PFF. Only ... Read More »

Coach accepts responsibility for Maldives fiasco

By Mohammad Yaqoob LAHORE, June 9: The recently-sacked coach of the Pakistan football team Akhtar Mohiuddin, on Monday accepted responsibility for the team’s dismal performance in the SAFF Championship in the Maldives. Speaking to Dawn, he suggested that the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) should bring in a foreign coach if it wanted to improve the game in the country. “As ... Read More »

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