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Pakistan’s football captain regrets missing World Cup during trophy unveiling
Pakistani fans welcomed the 2018 FIFA World Cup trophy with joy. A large number of Pakistani players took part in the trophy’s one-day tour to Lahore. FIFA suspended Pakistan’s football federation due to governance concerns. Both times the FIFA Trophy has visited Pakistan in the last four years, the Pakistan Football Federation has been suspended. Pakistani players are heartbroken. Saddam Hussein was among them. Hussain took part in the Coca-Cola Trophy Tour. Christian Karembeu won the World Cup. Pakistan will host the World Cup in 2022.
The Pakistani soccer player contemplated Pakistani soccer while posing with the FIFA World Cup trophy. “We are overjoyed with the prize. He wondered what would have happened if Pakistan had been present. “Every athlete in the world wishes to be the owner of this award. He bemoaned the fact that Pakistani footballers do not even try to win the World Cup. Pakistan has never been to the World Cup. Each component is deficient. There aren’t enough league facilities, coaches, or players to go around. Because of globalisation, we no longer have competitive football at home. PFF is inactive. Pakistan will not qualify for the World Cup unless conditions improve.
He claimed that if it hadn’t been for Coca-Cola, no one would have recognised the medal. The top footballer in Pakistan indicated that we should focus on long-term goals to create professional football facilities. Former legends’ visits will not help the grassroots, he warned. Previous heroes’ tours may have helped to improve our global image and inspire young players, but he believes we must focus on the grassroots level.