Pakistan MNT to face the hosts as well as Djibouti and Kenya during June FIFA window just before the 2023 SAFF Championship in India.
NC trying to arrange matches in June FIFA window [The News]
Pakistan MNT aims to play two different opponents in international friendlies during the next FIFA match window of June 12-20 to prepare for SAFF C'ship of June 21 till July 3.
PFF NC trying to arrange another FIFA friendly [The News]
Pakistan MNT play hosts Maldives on March 21. Efforts being made for a second friendly on March 28 with any willing country to fully avail this FIFA window
Pak football coach hopes to fully utilise foreign exposure [The News]
With November friendlies in Nepal confirmed, Pakistan MNT coach Shahzad Anwar fully intends of utilizing FIFA match days in March and June 2023 for more international preps needed for World Cup qualifiers, SAFF Cup etc.
Pakistan to visit Nepal mid-November
Shaheens will fly to Nepal to take on the hosts in mid-November for international friendlies. Pakistan MNT last played back in June 2019 against Cambodia for 2022 WCQs.
NC considering options to send team abroad [The News]
With Maldives now declining to visit Pakistan for November friendlies. NC considers friendlies away from home. Pakistan MNT last played in June 2019.
NC denies sending nomination for AFC Cup [The News]
NC chairman Haroon Malik denies sending any nominated domestic team names for AFC Cup 2023-24 qualifiers, nor has AFC sent a request for nominations to the event.
Pak football team trainer says boys have potential [The News]
“They all are good players and good learners as well. I am also trying my best to boost their fitness level,” said Rodrigo Esteves, Pakistan MNT's physical trainer from Brazil.
Boys making good progress, says Pakistan football coach [The News]
Pakistan MNT camp in Lahore continues as PFF NC eyes hosting international friendlies in November, most likely at Punjab Stadium due to other venues either not up to required standard to host or undergoing renovations
The resumption of football [TNS]
Alam Zeb Safi writes with hopeful optimism that after years of crises and troubles, Pak football is getting back to its feet again under the PFF Normalisation Committee