PHF secretary Asif Bajwa spotted with national squad in Switzerland

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PHF secretary Asif Bajwa spotted with the national squad in Switzerland

Pakistan was kicked out of the 2019 Hockey World Cup. It will be held in India from January 13 to January 29. Asif Bajwa’s work with the national five-a-side hockey team has become more critical. A picture of Bajwa with the national team. Thus, it will play in an international five-on-five hockey tournament starting June 4 in Lausanne, Switzerland. So it has gone viral on social media. Some people aren’t sure if Bajwa will be able to play for the national team. Because they think that officials will still go on vacations even though Pakistan was kicked out of the 2023 Hockey World Cup. It is due to poor play over the years.

Sohail Imran, a senior sports reporter, put up a picture of Bajwa getting a shield and made fun of his presence. Abdul Ghaffar, a Pakistani sportscaster, also talked badly about Bajwa’s trip to Switzerland. Asif Khan, a senior journalist and news anchor, questioned Bajwa’s travel. Khawaja Junaid, in charge of Pakistan at the Asia Cup, might have broken FIH rules when he put 12 players on the field against Japan. Because of the mistake, Pakistan lost a goal against Japan and a spot in the Asia Cup and the World Cup next year. Later, PHF President Brigadier (Ret.) Khalid Sajjad Khokhar put together a group to look into what had happened. But people who know a lot about games think that a committee made up of the same old names won’t do anything.

PHF secretary Asif Bajwa spotted with national squad in Switzerland

Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa Avaan
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