FIFA to decide fate of Pakistan’s football next week


Lahore: The governing body of world’s football, FIFA will decide the fate of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) next week, ARY Sports reported.

The decision has been delayed as FIFA offices are closed these days due to the Easter holidays. Normalisation Committee (NC) and Ashfaq Hussain’s group have submitted respective details to FIFA.

Ashfaq’s group opined that an audit report of 19 months should be taken from the normalization committee while the scandals of the normalization committee have also tarnished Pakistan’s image.

According to the procedure, FIFA will initially suspend Pakistan’s membership. In the second phase, further action will be taken against

It must be noted here that Syed Ashfaq Hussain-led group took over the PFF house charge forcefully from the FIFA-installed Normalisation Committee. Later on, FIFA reacted on this matter and warned the Ashfaq-led group to return PFF headquarters to the NC within a day.

Ashfaq, who was elected PFF president after winning the elections conducted under the supervision of the Supreme Court, refused to return the office which leads Pakistan on a verge of international suspension once again.

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