PFF cautions of lawful activities in case football association takes put without its consent


KARACHI: The Pakistan Football League on Wednesday said that no private party will be permitted to have any football alliance within the nation other than itself. The PFF, in a articulationmarked by its secretary-general Manizeh Zainli, alluded to later explanations and declarations by “various quarters” approximately beginning a franchise-based league. “Recently different quarters have made articulations


in media and social media around running/starting establishment association or women’s league,” the PFF explanation read. “Given that Pakistan Football League is the overseeing body of Football in Pakistan (as perceived by FIFA and AFC) any national alliance (establishment or something else) can as it were be facilitated by the PFF. In this manner, no association can be conducted by any substance other than PFF,” the articulation added. The PFF too cautioned of the legitimate results of having such unapproved associations within the country. “If any substance tries to conduct such a association, the same will be unlawful and sanctions will follow,” the statemen

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