KARACHI: Abdul Rauf Sadozai was elected Balochistan Football Association (BFA) president by a coin-toss on Friday.

Sadozai and his election rival Khalil Ahmed received eight votes each and agreed to see the BFA hotseat decided by a coin-toss which saw the former win, well-placed sources told Dawn.

The BFA and the Punjab Football Association (PFA) elections were two of four provincial polls which were contested.

The presidents for the Sindh Football Association (SFA), Kha­dim Ali Shah, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Football Associ­ation (KPFA), Syed Zahir Shah, were elected unopposed.

Published in Dawn, April 18th, 2015

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