Sports Correspondent – The News
KARACHI: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has fired its administration manager Khalil Ahmed.
“He was doing a side business and that is why we relieved him,” a top official of the PFF confirmed to ‘The News’ on Tuesday.
He would be replaced soon, the official said.
Khalil, 45, was drawing Rs40,000 per month. He had been hired by the PFF on March 1, 2001, and according to sources had a decent record.
“Khalil was a fine person and he served PFF with dedication,” said a PFF official. He will leave charge on April 30.