Pakistan’s football matter will be discussed in the meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) on Wednesday (tomorrow) at 11:30am at the Old PIPS Hall Parliament Lodges, Islamabad.
Pakistan will be missing out on the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Solidarity Cup that will start today in Malaysia, and former national coach Shahzad Anwar feels that it adds to the country’s tainted sporting image at the global stage.
After a dry spell last year, the Pakistan Premier Football League (PPFL) and Division B League teams’ wait for national-level action may yet be prolonged as the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) Cup is expected to be postponed for another week.
Pakistan’s senior football team players have stressed that the conflict between the two factions of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) should be resolved as soon as possible.
Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) president Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat has said that the matter of the federation has reached at a very crucial stage after the Fifa’s decision which endorsed him as PFF chief and urged the government to stop political interference in the federation’s matters.