PFF secretary Ahmed Yar Lodhi removed from his post
KARACHI: The FIFA-appointed Pakistan Football Federation’s (PFF) normalisation committee removed long-serving PFF secretary-general Col (retd) Ahmed Yar Lodhi from his post.
The decision came following the normalisation committee’s inaugural meeting which was held in Lahore, presided by its chairman Humza Khan.
“I wouldn’t call it sacking,” Humza said when asked him if Lodhi was sacked.
Humza said that Lodhi has been relieved from the role of PFF secretary and Lodhi has accepted the decision with grace and has ensured his cooperation with the Normalisation Committee.
“We agreed that it won’t be fair to have anyone who carries the baggage of either side,” he added.
It is worth mentioning here that Colonel Ahmed Yar Lodhi was PFF’s longest-serving secretary-general who was appointed to the position in 2007, replacing Arshad Lodhi.