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Pakistan ladies’s captain Hajra Khan appeals to PM Imran Khan for assist after FIFA ban

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Hajra Khan, captain of the Pakistan ladies’s soccer group, has known as on Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi to help the gamers in a time of disaster after FIFA suspended the game’s nationwide federation because of third-party interference.
FIFA on Wednesday stated its choice to droop the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) was prompted by “hostile takeover” which constituted a critical violation of its statutes.
In a publish on Instagram, Hajra stated it was embarrassing for a rustic that’s led by Imran, the previous Pakistan World Cup-winning cricket captain, to be banned by “the global body of the world’s most followed sport”.
“There is still hope and we do expect a response from you two,” she stated in a video addressed to Alvi and Imran on social media.”We do count on the nation to again us after we want them essentially the most proper now. It is a request, it won’t be humble anymore, however it’s a request. (And) it’s a want. It all depends on you.”

A bunch of soccer officers led by Ashfaq Hussain Shah, which was elected by the Supreme Court in 2018 to run the PFF however was not recognised by FIFA, took over the headquarters final month and seized management from the FIFA Normalisation Committee (NC) headed by Haroon Malik, native media reported.
FIFA stated the suspension will solely be lifted as soon as it has acquired affirmation from the NC that the PFF premises, accounts, administration and communication channels are once more below its full management.
Hajra desires the nation’s leaders to take swift motion because the political turmoil on the PFF may spell the top of many careers.
“I speak on my behalf and all those football players whose hard earned bread came from the sport,” Hajra stated.
“We have worked hard, with blood and sweat, to represent this country. We have taken it to the podium, we have won championships in the past. Where do we go next? Which sport do we switch to?”