Pakistan, Lahore, Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) D Certificate Coaching Course for women concluded today at Football House, Lahore with Lt. Col. ® Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi TI (M), General Secretary PFF, gracing the closing ceremony as chief guest, Wing Com. Pervaiz Saeed Mir, Director Development & Competition and Lt. Col. ® Farasat Ali Shah, Director MA & Projects were also present on this occasion.
According to the press release issued here by PFF, Mr. Lodhi said on this occasion that PFF is committed to provide football coaches the most advanced level theoretical, physical and practical knowledge. Mr. Lodhi further reiterated that PFF is considering to start women football team of different age groups which will help to raise their standard at par with developed Asian women football team.
“It’s now easier than ever to become a qualified football coach. By getting on the coaching ladder, individuals have the opportunity to progress through the various PFF and AFC Coaching qualifications while constantly enhancing their skills and knowledge”. This was stated by Instructor U.F. Tariq Lutfi who was assisted by Assistant Course Instructor Kiran Ilyas Ghouri and Course Coordinator Arif Siddique.
Later on General Secretary PFF distributed certificates to Sakina Rehman (Lahore), Rukhsar Rashid (Karachi), Threem Siddiqui (Karachi), Saadia Sheikh (Karachi), Adeela Ansari (Karachi), Amina Bibi (Peshawar), Saba Naz (Karachi), Sidra Jan (Peshawar), Sidra Rauf (Peshawar), Nabila Nazir (Bahawalpur), Saira Faisal (Lahore), Javeria Hassan (Lahore), Samina Zulifqar Ali (Faisalabad), Nyla Ashraf (Faisalabad), Ammara Ashfaq (Sharaqpur), Afshan Khadim (Shariqpur), Saima Khan (Lahore), Naseem Akhter (Faisalabad), Humara Zulifqar (Lahore) and Bushra (Lahore) .
The PFF “D” Certificate Coaching Course is designed to provide knowledge in football coaching for any individual regardless of coaching and playing background. Under the directive of Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, PFF is organizing such courses to get as many talented Pakistan-based men and women coaches.