LAHORE: The first Pakistan Women’s National Team Training Camp held after seven years of no activity for the national women’s side, came to an end on Sunday, 1 November 2020.
The training camp was attended by 30 players which included seasoned campaigners as well as young and upcoming players under Pakistan Football Federation’s National Technical Director Mr. Daniel Limones.
Mr. Limones was assisted by assistant coaches Ms Qibtia Jamshed and Mr. Mohsin-ul-Hasnain and goalkeeper coach Mr. Khurram Shehzad.
The camp was organised with the target to regather the National Women’s Team after a long period of inactivity and turmoil and to kick-start the revival of the national women’s side keeping in view different Asian Football Confederation women’s events scheduled to be held next year.
Mr. Daniel said the camp helped achieve the initial targets of bringing together the national side, however he said more such and longer training camps are under consideration for the near future to ensure the women’s team setup gets stronger with time.
The players showed collective delight about the resumption of the Women’s National Team activities. They said they were extremely happy and satisfied about the arrangements made for the camp including the accommodation, the diet and the level of football training.
Mr. Limones also identified during the camp some players who can go on to become stars in the future.