Thursday, June 13

Club Scrutiny to conclude in Four weeks, Paving way for DFA Elections

The Normalization Committee (NC) of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has revealed significant progress in restructuring football in Pakistan, adding that the process of reviewing the participating clubs The project will be completed in the next three to four weeks, followed by the highly anticipated start of the district. Football Association (DFA) elections. The deadline for submitting applications as required by clubs is January 31, as announced by PFF. As for voting, the club's examination for the DFA election will be determined in a timely manner by "physical and documentary examination". PFF NC in a statement expressed admiration for the achievements of the football community. “It's amazing to see what the football community has done.“He highlighted the significant number of matches played and the widespread participation of the local football community, which played a key role in the success of the initiative. “In total, more than 1,800 club matches were played and "more than 300 local football communities were involved without whom it could not have been so successful. Discussing the impact of Pakistan Football Connect (PFC) and All Pakistan District Championship (APDC), PFF NC emphasized its important role in weeding out fake clubs. PFC and APDC have resulted in the majority of fake clubs eventually being eliminated from the football system.” With the club review completed, PFF NC presented the next steps in the PFF plan.“Once the review of the clubs is complete, the election process will go directly to the district level while the remainder of the PAOC will be completed in collaboration with the newly elected DFAs,” he explained. ”. This process is very important for the development and organization of football at the district level. The schedule for the DFA election is set for the end of February, the exact date will be officially announced by PFF after being approved. FIFA, Asian Football Confederation approved." Football Federation (AFC) and PFF election committee. The Pakistan Times www.thepakistantimes.com.pk

The Normalization Committee (NC) of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has revealed significant progress in restructuring football in Pakistan, adding that the process of reviewing the participating clubs The project will be completed in the next three to four weeks, followed by the highly anticipated start of the district. Football Association (DFA) elections. The deadline for submitting applications as required by clubs is January 31, as announced by PFF. As for voting, the club’s examination for the DFA election will be determined in a timely manner by “physical and documentary examination”.

PFF NC in a statement expressed admiration for the achievements of the football community. “It’s amazing to see what the football community has done.“He highlighted the significant number of matches played and the widespread participation of the local football community, which played a key role in the success of the initiative. “In total, more than 1,800 club matches were played and “more than 300 local football communities were involved without whom it could not have been so successful.

Discussing the impact of Pakistan Football Connect (PFC) and All Pakistan District Championship (APDC), PFF NC emphasized its important role in weeding out fake clubs. PFC and APDC have resulted in the majority of fake clubs eventually being eliminated from the football system.” With the club review completed, PFF NC presented the next steps in the PFF plan.“Once the review of the clubs is complete, the election process will go directly to the district level while the remainder of the PAOC will be completed in collaboration with the newly elected DFAs,” he explained. ”.
This process is very important for the development and organization of football at the district level. The schedule for the DFA election is set for the end of February, the exact date will be officially announced by PFF after being approved. FIFA, Asian Football Confederation approved.” Football Federation (AFC) and PFF election committee.