LAHORE The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has inducted Asghar Khan Anjum as team manger of national U-14 team which will take on hosts Iran, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, India, Maldives and Afghanistan in the South Asian Zone of AFC U-14 Festival of Football at Iran from May 18-23. Anjum, who represented Pakistan in early nineties, showed fine dedication and ability as coach in recent years and he rose to the limelight when he propelled PEL into top PFF event - Pakistan Premier Football League as head coach when PEL annexed PFF League 2007 on debut. PEL is now among top seven teams of Pakistan. Anjum, who completed AFC C-Certificate Football Coaching Course at Lahore under Siddiq Sheikh six years ago, joined the three-men technical staff of Hamedan City-bound team which is comprised of coaches working under Asian Football Confederation (AFC)s AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme. Like Anjum, Karachis Hassan Baloch (Coach) and Sahiwals Nauman Ibrahim (GK Coach) have also been part of the team. This is Anjums fourth assignment. He was appointed Head Coach of PFF Kids Football Centre that commenced on June 5, 2009, followed by Malaysias 14th Asian U-16 Football Championship as assistant coach, the same post he retained under former National coach George Kottan during 11th South Asian Games at Dhaka. Anjum represented Pakistan in first Jordan Cup 1992 at Amman where host Jordan, Moldova and Sudan were other participants. The same year saw the presence of Rahim Yar Khan-born Anjum at Bangladesh during fifth Asian U16 Championship at Rajshahi. The beginning of year 1993 saw him representing Wohaib FC in 12th Asian Club Championship finals at Bahrain. On domestic arena, he wore color of Railways, Wohaib FC and WAPDA in National Championships from 1987 to 1997. He later on attended FIFA Special Coaching Course 2004 under Jimmy Shoulder (Wales), International Olympic Committee (IOC) Solidarity Technical Course 2008 under Erich Rutemller (Germany) and PFF Special Refresher Coaching Course under George Kottan (Austria) 2009. He tuned his coaching skill to high-grade when PEL put up astonishing display in third national U21 Championship 2009 at Islamabad, finishing silver medalist on maiden appearance and their skipper Muhammad Rashid got the honor of getting runners-up trophy from Faisal Saleh Hayat at Jinnah Stadium.