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PFF Announces Squad for Women’s Six-Nation Football Tournament

BY Shahzad Saeed Sep 15, 2023. 05:59 pm UPDATED: Sep 15, 2023. 05:59 pm

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The team for the Women’s International Friendly Tournament (Six Nations) in Saudi Arabia was unveiled by the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) on Friday.

The squad, which will be led by Maria Khan, has 22 members.

Rumaysa Khan, Nisha Ashraf, and Mafia Parveen are the goalkeepers; the defenders include Malika Ehtisham, Mishal Bhatti, Sophiya Qureshi, Nizalia Siddiqui, Sara Khan, and Noureen Baig.

Maria Khan will be in charge of the midfield, but there will also be midfielders available in the form of Aliha Aladin, Kayanat Bokhari, Rameen Fareed, Marvi Baig, and Aliza Sabir.

Sanober Abdul Sattar, Zahmena Malik, Zulfia Nazir, Aliya Sadiq, Anmool Hira, Suha Hurani, and Isra Khan are some examples of forwards.

The team officials are Head Coach Adeel Rizki, Goalkeeper Coach Ahsanullah Khan, Media Coach Haider Ali, Physio Coach Aqsa, and Team Manager Eiman Ahmed.

The team will fly on a private plane to Saudi Arabia and is scheduled to leave this evening. Group A includes the host country, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and Pakistan’s team.

The green team’s tournament will begin on September 21 with a game against Malaysia, and it will conclude on September 24 with a match against the host team. The only venue for all games will be Ta’if’s King Fahd Stadium.

The entire team is shown here.

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Rumaysa KhanNisha AshrafMafia ParveenMalika EhtishamMishal BhattiSophiya Qureshi
Nizalia SiddiquiSara KhanNoureen BaigMaria KhanAliha AladinKayanat Bokhari
Rameen FareedMarvi BaigAliza SabirSanober Abdul Sattar,Zahmena Malik,Zulfia Nazir
Aliya SadiqAnmol HiraSuha HuraniIsra Khan

Read more: FIFA World Cup Qualifier: PFF Unveils List of Players for Preliminary Camp

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