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LAHORE: The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) is considering making women teams of different age groups in order to bring the standard of Pakistan women’s team at par with other developed Asian teams.

PFF secretary Col (retd) Ahmad Yar Lodhi said this while awarding certificates to participants of the women’s ‘D’ Certificate coaching course which concluded here on Saturday.

According to an official statement of the PFF, the secretary said that the PFF was committed to providing football coaches the most advanced level theoretical, physical and practical knowledge and wanted to build women’s teams of different age groups which would in turn help raise the standard of Pakistan women’s team.

“It’s now easier than ever to become a qualified football coach. Now individuals have the opportunity to progress through various PFF and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) coaching qualifications,” said instructor U.F. Tariq Lutfi who was assisted by assistant course instructor Kiran Ilyas Ghouri and course coordinator Arif Siddique.

Later on, certificates were distributed among the participants.—Sports Reporter

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