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FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers: New players to join in Pakistani squad

FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers: New players to join in Pakistani squad

FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers: New players to join in Pakistani squad

FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers: New players to join in Pakistani squad

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  • Pakistan football team will begin training in Islamabad.
  • They will play Saudi Arabia in second round’s first match.
  • Pakistan is currently at bottom of Group G after losing all four matches.
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The Pakistan football team is set to convene in Islamabad on Thursday to kick off their training for the 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

In the second round of the qualifiers next month, Pakistan is scheduled to play consecutive matches against Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan.

The first match will be held at Jinnah Stadium in Islamabad on June 6, where Pakistan will host Saudi Arabia. This will be followed by an away game against Tajikistan at Pamir Stadium in Dushanbe on June 11.

So far, Pakistan’s performance has been disappointing, with losses in all four matches played, placing them at the bottom of their group. Their journey in Group G began with a 4-0 defeat to Saudi Arabia in Al-Ahsa in November, followed by a 6-1 loss to Tajikistan in Islamabad later that month.

Jordan also defeated Pakistan twice, once in Islamabad during Ramadan with a score of 3-0, and again at the Amman International Stadium with a score of 7-0. Stephen Constantine, the English head coach of Pakistan, has been observing the National Challenge Cup matches.

It is anticipated that new players will join the training camp at Jinnah Stadium. Tanvir Mumtaz, the goalkeeper from KRL, and their midfielder Junaid have been invited to the camp. It is also expected that PAF’s midfielders Faheem Khan and their under-16 left-back Abdul Rehman will participate in the camp.

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Coach Constantine has prepared a list of 32 members, including five officials.

It has been reported that Constantine attended the 3rd AFC National Coaches Conference in Kuala Lumpur, which concluded on May 9.

Adeel Rizki, the coach of the Pakistan women’s team, also attended the conference and was seen at the final of the event, which was completed in a year.

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