“When we were planning on launching the league, we didn’t expect any profit,” Sethi told reporters.
“The talent is definitely there but we have to search and that will happen through academies.”
Official said PHF will organise the league on the pattern of Pakistan Super League which was staged earlier this year.
Pakistan benefitted from the annual update as their 2012-13 series defeat against South Africa no longer counts.
The 5,000-1 outsiders who were at the foot of the table just over a year ago, can now look forward to a title party.
The Foxes' first title in 132 years, means European football next season and access to lucrative global sports markets.
In the summer of 2012, Torres won the Champions League for the first and only time in his career at the Allianz.
Many ‘spin doctors’ here sneak in the wrong action under the garb of slow bowling.
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