The Pakistan Football Federation (PFA) Normalization Committee has delegated Mr. Daniel Limones of Spain as a specialized chief for a half year.
Mr. Limones was recently connected with Spanish La Liga monsters Club Atletico de Madrid and was working with the club’s institute in Lahore as lead trainer and foundation chief. Mr. Daniel Limones, a UEFA Pro License mentor, has likewise worked at other Spanish clubs including Rayo Vallecano.
As PFF’s Technical Director, Mr. Limones will structure and execute methodologies that lead to the improvement of football in Pakistan. PFF Normalization Committee Chairman Mr. Humza Khan said the arrangement is a positive development by the PFF.
“We’re eager to have Mr. Limones on board,” said Mr. Humza. “We completely accept his expansion to the arrangement will help Pakistan football prosper.”
He further said that his arrangement is for a half year, after which it will be up to the following chosen body on the off chance that they need to proceed with Limones or not.
Mr. Limones said there is a gigantic potential for football in Pakistan: The chance and conceivable outcomes this new stage has are multitudinous since football in Pakistan keeps on being a clear canvas on which players, mentors, clubs and the league itself can shape the future for the new ages, cooperating with a forward-looking mindset.