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Lifeline for Pakistan as AFC announces event for lowest-ranked teams [Dawn]

by Umaid Wasim KARACHI: It all seemed doom and gloom for Pakistan’s national football team when it crashed out in the first round of the marathon joint-qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2019 AFC Asian Cup last year. The 3-1 aggregate loss to Yemen in March last year meant Pakistan were left facing four years without competitive ... Read More »

Footballers suffer as PFF infighting continues [TNS]

"FIFA seems to have made a mistake in giving two years to Faisal group. As was expected, the other group would not accept it. Had FIFA assigned the task to an ad-hoc set-up, it could have been effective" Read More »

FIFA recognises Faisal, upholds June 30 elections [The News]

FIFA has clarified that it recognises Faisal Saleh Hayat and the remaining executive committee members who stood for election on June 30, 2015, as office-bearers of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) for two years. Read More »

Pakistan to face India in SAFF Cup opener [Dawn]

Pakistan will face India in their opening game of the SAFF Suzuki Cup later this year but the fate of the national team remains hanging in the balance due to the crisis in the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF). Read More »

Pakistan’s Hayat keeps AFC legal posts despite breaking the law at home [IWF]

With little fanfare and hardly any publicity, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) recently proudly announced the makeup of its new standing committees for the next four years. One of those re-elected as chairman of its legal committee - was Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, the controversial Pakistani who has been at the centre of a bitter domestic dispute. Read More »

Professionals should be appointed in PFF, says Mujahid [Dawn]

Former national team captain Col Mujahidullah Tareen has asked the incumbent Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) administrator Justice Asad Munir to appoint technically-qualified people in the country’s football governing body to put the game on the right track in the country. Read More »

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