Hajra Khan, captain of the Pakistan women’s football team, has called on Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi to support the players in a time of crisis after FIFA suspended the sport’s national federation due to third-party interference.

FIFA on Wednesday said its decision to suspend the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) was prompted by “hostile takeover” which constituted a serious violation of its statutes.

In a post on Instagram, Hajra said it was embarrassing for a country that is led by Imran, the former Pakistan World Cup-winning cricket captain, to be banned by “the global body of the world’s most followed sport”.

“There is still hope and we do expect a response from you two,” she said in a video addressed to Alvi and Imran on social media.”We do expect the country to back us when we need them the most right now. It is a request, it might not be humble anymore, but it is a request. (And) it is a need. It all relies on you.”

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