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Vision Asia will take Pakistan to new height: AFC praise game’s advancement under PFF Chief

Lahore, 10 April : “The standard of football in Pakistan is enhancing day by day and both, Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and Asian Football Confederation (AFC), appreciating the game’s advancement in the country. Pakistan have got the large pool of footballers in various level and the number is growing with each passing day. AFC in recognition of PFF’s ... Read More »

Argentina assures Technical Support to PFF: Faisal

Lahore, 9 April : ” Argentine’s Ambassador to Pakistan Rodoflo J. Martin-Saravia has said that Argentina have the honor of winning World Cup twice and any help from this gigantic soccer country would go a long way in boosting the game in Pakistan. He assured that Argentina is ready to help Pakistan Football Federation which will promote soccer in Pakistan. ... Read More »

1GOAL Campaign: Education For All – Message from UNESCO

Dear Colleagues, UNESCO is the lead agency of United Nations mandated for promotion of Education For All in the world. In the year 2000, 164 world governments came together to create the Education for All goals, 189 governments also created the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Two of the eight goals involve ending poverty through education: * to ensure that ... Read More »

Vision Asia pave the way for growth of football in Pakistan : Khadim Shah

Lahore, 7 April : “Vision Asia is the Asian Football Confederation (AFC)’s grand plan for a continent-wide program to raise the standards of football at all levels. PFF is to focus on improving its administration, strengthening clubs, Premier League and boosting development as part of the Vision Pakistan project to raise the standard of football in the country. It is ... Read More »

Joost assures Dutch soccer support to PFF: Faisal

Lahore, 3 April : ” Dutch Ambassador to Pakistan, Joost Reintjes assured that Netherlands is ready to help Pakistan Football Federation which will promote soccer in Pakistan. The game plan and techniques of both teams are different and Pakistani footballers will learn a lot from Dutch way of playing as currently they are among top three in FIFA World Ranking.” ... Read More »

Coaches will provide compact back-up to Club Culture: PFA Chief

Lahore, 31 March: “To be successful as a coach you should always be open to new ideas, so improve your knowledge and level of capability as coach have a big worth in game of football. Gain self-belief in your particular discipline. Gain an official recognized football qualification after completion of PFF D-Certificate,” this is stated by Punjab Football Association (PFA)’s ... Read More »

AFC go all out to support football in Pakistan: Hammam

Lahore, 29 March: Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has asserted that they have given enough importance to develop Pakistan football. “AFC is committed to develop football in well-known South Asian country and it will work hard towards its commitment,” said AFC President Mohamed bin Hammam. “Pakistan have huge populations and football there needs to be developed; there is enormous potential. We ... Read More »

PFF Chief chairs AFC Disciplinary Committee Meet Faisal urges all to observe Fair Play

Lahore, 26 March : “Fair play is essential to our sport and to everyone involved in it. We need to cherish and nurture the values of sporting spirit and work tirelessly to keep up the momentum. Myself, on behalf of all members, has appealed to players, referees, fans and officials throughout Asia to help praise and promote the spirit of ... Read More »

TSG will help PFF in forming formidable team for coming assignments: Faisal

Lahore, 9 Feb: “The members of Technical Study Group (TSG) will help Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) in forming strong Pakistan team for the future international assignments under FIFA, AFC, SAFF as well as invitational event and friendlies. They will select about 55 plus players from the newly-introduced KPT-PFF Cup. Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) in collaboration with Karachi Port Trust, will ... Read More »

Essa: “I knew Kottan would be a disaster as coach”

KARACHI: Former Pakistan national football team captain Mohammad Essa has said that he may reconsider his decision to retire from international football if the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) is willing to pay heed to his earlier demands. Speaking to Dawn on Wednesday, the footballer from Chaman while reacting to Austrain coach George Kottan’s disinterest in continuing with Pakistan after a ... Read More »

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