- PFF has suspended group B matches of the Nationwide Ladies Soccer Championship after a participant examined coronavirus optimistic.
- PFF has suggested the membership and different groups which have are available in direct or oblique contact to get their whole squad examined.
- The PFF has additionally introduced that it’s going to present monetary assist to all involved groups for COVID-19 assessments.
KARACHI: The Pakistan Soccer Federation (PFF) has suspended group B matches of thirteenth Nationwide Ladies Soccer Championship after a participant representing the Karachi United facet examined coronavirus optimistic on Monday.
An official of the PFF confirmed that the administration of Karachi United (KU) had notified the authority of the event.
The PFF has suggested the membership and groups which have are available in direct or oblique contact with it to get their whole squads examined.
The federation has additionally introduced that it’s going to present monetary assist to all involved groups for COVID-19 assessments.
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“KU has been advised to get their entire squad tested. KU have played Karachi WFC and HEC, while Karachi WFC have played Sialkot City WFC in group B competitions. Therefore, all teams in first and second contact have been advised to get their squads tested,” the PFF spokesperson mentioned.
“There will be no group B matches, at least until test results are received. The PFF will decide further action depending on the test results,” he added.
Karachi United have been scheduled to play Masha United, whereas KWFC needed to play HEC on Tuesday afternoon. The PFF spokesperson confirmed that these two matches will not be going forward as per schedule for now.