RE - "It's now easier than ever to become a qualified football referee as compare to 70s and 80s. By getting on the refereeing ladder, individuals have the opportunity to progress through the various PFF Refereeing qualifications while constantly enhancing their skills and knowledge.
To be successful as a referee, you should always be open to new ideas. To strengthen refereeing cell of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) and it's eight wings is in PFF President's Faisal Saleh Hayat's long-term planning and FIFA Members Association Elite Referees Course 2010 will play vital role in this regard," said PFF Secretary General.
Muhiseen Ariff (SL), Regional Development Officer, FIFA and member Organizing Committee for AFC President's Cup/AFC Challenge Cup, and FIFA Refereeing Instructor Masoud Enayat, also Islamic Republic of Iran Football Federation (IRIFF)'s Referee Coordinator and M Hani, Fitness Instructor from Maldives were also present on this occasion.
and they praised the smooth sailing of PFF under brilliant leadership of Faisal Saleh Hayat. Salahddin Awan, Arif Siddiqui and Kamran Mehdi will act as PFF Instructors.
Participating 30 referees: Zehra Abbas, Kausar, Shakila Rehman, Nazia Sultana, Shumaila Sattar, Ansar Javed, Arsalan Sharif (Karachi), Javed Bangash, Muhammad Yasin, Obaid Ullah, Sardar Hanif, Saeed Badal, Hidayat Ullah (Nushki), Rana Naseer, Shafaat Habib, Waheed Murad, Shahid Hussain, Rana Jahanzeb, Irshad Ul Haq, Afzal Ahmed, Adnan Anjum, Zubair Shahzad, Irfan Aslam, Arsalan Sharif (Islamabad), Toqeer Aslam, Rizwan Khan, M Amin, M Ali Jr, Khurram Shahzad and Alauddin.