IFA continues punishing opposing clubs

ISLAMABAD - Islamabad Football Association (IFA) kept their policy of punishing opposing clubs severely, as in the latest move, IFA secretary M Zaman imposed heavy fine on Akber Football Club without any solid reason and suspended club secretary Shahid Siddique for a period of one year. Akber Club chief Syed Sharafat Hussian Bukhari said: “IFA chief Dr Fazalur Rehman and secretary M Zaman send us a letter in backdates through courier service and imposed a heavy fine of Rs 20,000 on our player, who they claimed was registered with Navy. The matter of the fact was that the player was invited by Navy coach for trials, but he was not appointed by Navy so he returned. He has played his entire club soccer with Akber FC but the IFA null and void their own stance by imposing three-match ban on the same player. –Staff Reporter

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