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LHC reserves judgment in PFF-PSB case [The News]

by Alam Zeb Safi KARACHI: Lahore High Court (LHC) has reserved the verdict on the case between Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) and Pakistan Sports Board (PSB). Members of the legal teams of both parties told ‘The News’ that they had completed their arguments. The PFF had challenged the ‘Sports Development and Control Ordinance 1962’ under which the PSB had been ... 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 »

IFA president to face no-confidence motion [Nation]

Islamabad Football Association (IFA) president Dr Fazal Ur Rehman faces no-confidence motion, which will be tabled against him on July 15 during the IFA extraordinary meeting to be held at Pakistan Sports Complex. Read More »

LHC issues contempt notices over holding PFF elections [The News]

The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday issued contempt notices to the PFF top brass for holding the federation’s elections near Changla Gali on June 30 despite the court’s stay order, sources told ‘The News’. Read More »

PFF told to hold transparent elections or face consequences [The News]

The federal minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) Riaz Hussain Pirzada on Wednesday made it clear that his ministry was not interfering in the affairs of football but warned if elections of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) were not held in a transparent manner the ministry will have to take action. Read More »

Is it election? [The News on Sunday]

There is no check and balance as far as the governance of sports in Pakistan is concerned. Mostly influential individuals rule the federations. Read More »

Capt Safdar to discuss ‘fake’ PFA elections [The News]

Captain Safdar, son-in-lawof Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, has been in close contact with the members of Punjab Football Association (PFA) and is expected to reach Lahore in the next two or three days to discuss with them what happened at the electoral meeting of the PFA at the PFF headquarters in Lahore on Friday. Read More »

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