FIFA working with PFF NC to salvage Pakistan’s Goal Projects [Dawn]

FIFA working with PFF NC to salvage Pakistan’s Goal Projects [Dawn]

Pakistan’s Goal projects are a sad story. Of the eight given to Pakistan, only one — the PFF House in Lahore, the country’s football headquarters — is complete and functional. Another six seem hastily built, and are grossly under-utilised, while the one in Peshawar was cancelled.

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PFF responsible for non-functional Goal projects, indicates FIFA [Dawn]

PFF responsible for non-functional Goal projects, indicates FIFA [Dawn]

FIFA says incomplete Goal Projects in Pakistan are sole responsibility of the crisis-ridden PFF, writes Umaid Wasim

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FIFA increases development aid but PFF presents classic case for concern [Dawn]

FIFA increases development aid but PFF presents classic case for concern [Dawn]

Umaid Wasim writes on how FIFA's increased funding may not be good for a PFF already facing controversies over incomplete projects, election disputes, court cases, and ethics investigations

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Of corruption, despotism and power-struggles: into the murky world of football in Pakistan [Catch News]

Of corruption, despotism and power-struggles: into the murky world of football in Pakistan [Catch News]

by Bhargab Sarmah (Catch News, 30 December 2015) “Pakistan has promising bunch of players. But people here prefer personalities before...

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Pakistan Soccer in Turmoil, Both Off the Field and On [NYT]

Pakistan Soccer in Turmoil, Both Off the Field and On [NYT]

John Duerden writes for the New York Times about abysmal state of affairs in Pakistani football in whole of 2015

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Jerome Champagne proposes greater checks on Goal Projects [Dawn]

Jerome Champagne proposes greater checks on Goal Projects [Dawn]

Dawn's Umaid Wasim interviewed FIFA Presidential candidate about his promise to overhaul FIFA's Goal Projects with more assistance to developing countries but with greater accountability. He also discussed the ongoing crisis in the PFF.

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