After NC was handed back control of PFF House in March, there was hope that Pak football's crisis would be resolved and FIFA ban will end. That, however, is diminishing with every passing day.
Light fading for Saadullah at tunnel’s end [Express Tribune]
Pakistani footballer Saadullah Khan talks PFF’s incompetence, closing of departmental teams, and the damage of a FIFA ban on Pakistan
Hassan feels sorry for Pak footballers [The News]
Denmark-based striker Hassan Bashir, who captained Pakistan in its last official game, says Pak football has been destroyed due to political power struggles in PFF
Power struggles threaten football in Pakistan [New Frame]
Desperate footballers have pleaded with the warring factions in Pakistan’s football federation to put players and supporters’ interests ahead of their egos.
The unending saga of Pakistan football [TNS]
Alam Zeb Safi says only two options exist to resolve Pak football crisis: either FIFA recomposes NC to run PFF affairs, or local stakehoders unite to bypass FIFA for internal reforms
FIFA’s unusual silence on PFF NC and its issues is deafening [Dawn]
FIFA has so far refused to comment on the most recent disclosures and disturbances disrupting the PFF Normalisation Committee
Pick football over politics, says Saadullah [Express Tribune]
Pakistani star believes game will die in country if Fifa ban prolongs due to refusal of the Ashfaq Shah faction to return PFF back to NC
‘Hostile takeover’ and smashed glass: turmoil in Pakistan’s football [The Guardian]
Fifa has banned Pakistan for the second time in four years after dramatic and contested events at the federation headquarters. Written by John Duerden.
Kaleem urges PM Khan to save country’s football [The News]
“Football is going down and down. Only Prime Minister Imran Khan can save it. He should take interest in the matter,” Kaleem told 'The News' in an interview from his hometown Chaman.
Repairing damages [TNS]
The new football federation that comes into existence after the forthcoming PFF elections will face tough challenges, writes Alam Zeb Safi.