LAHORE Punjab Football Association (PFA)s President Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi has advised the participants of PFF-D certificate coaching course to improve their knowledge and capability in the game. PFAs Secretary Agha Latif, Media Director Siddique Qadri were also present on this occasion. The Course was conducted by PFF Coaching Instructor Muhammad Siddique Sheikh, supported by Coordinator Muhammad Amir. Coaches will provide firm back-up to club culture as they are involved with four key things - coaching, competitions, talent hunt and selection on merit. All four are very precious in football field. The coaches, players, referees, organizers of the game are lucky that PFF Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat is well on the way for the improvement of the game, stressed Lodhi. Meanwhile, PFF Secretary General Lt.Col (r) Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi praised the arrangements done by PFA for the Course and said that on the directives of PFF President there is plentiful of Coaching Course in Pakistan in order to get more and more coaches from far flung areas of Pakistan. The course saw 23 participants from various districts of Punjab as well as Lahore-based organizational teams. Later on, chief guest distributed certificates to participants Muhammad Imran, Zafar Hussain (Sahiwal), Abdul Ghaffar Ansari (Kasur), Kashif Raza (Khanewal), Azeeem Amin, Mazhar Jamil (Sheikhupura), M. Rizwan Sakhi, Sajid Akram (Vehari), Saqib Umar (Sialkot), Basharat Abbas, Rana Shahzad Khan (Faisalabad), Farooq Nazir, Sohaib Majeeb, M. Ali, Abdul Waseem, Sajjad Hafeez, Mazhar Yasin (Lahore), Fida Hussain (Jhang), Mohsin Iftikhar (Toba Tek Singh), Shoaib Akbar (Rajanpur), Chaudhry Illyas (Attock), Muhammad Asghar (Bahawalpur) and Mohsin Shah (Pakpattan).