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K-E’s England-based players, coach arrive [The News]

K-Electric’s newly-hired England-based coach Majid Shafiq and players Irfan Khan and Shani Abbasi reached Karachi on Friday to join the camp which will begin here at the Steel Mills ground on Saturday. Read More »

Former justice to hold PFF elections within four months [The News]

Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday appointed justice retired Asad Munir as administrator who will hold the elections of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) within four months, highly reliable sources told ‘The News’. Read More »

Faisal to challenge LHC decision in Supreme Court [Nation]

Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat has termed the Lahore High Court (LHC) decision as illegal and ultra vires and decided to challenge it in the Supreme Court with the conviction that merit and justice will prevail. Read More »

Satisfied Shamlan says goodbye to Pakistan [The News]

Mohammad Shamlan on Thursday announced that he had quit as Pakistan football team coach after the expiry of his contract and signed a one-year deal with Bahrain’s Riffa Sports Club. Read More »

Wanted: FIFA role to clear PFF mess [The News]

An input from FIFA regarding football conflict in Pakistan would play a key role in the resolution of the dispute which seems to inflict a huge damage on the country’s football. Read More »

KE will make continental impression, says Majid [Dawn]

When K-Electric (KE) make their first appearance in an international competition next month, Majid Shafiq will be providing all the technical, tactical and strategic know-how from the dugout. Read More »

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