The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Tuesday urged FIFA to lift the ban imposed on him. The AIFF has taken this step after the removal of the Supreme Court’s Committee of Administrators (CoA) in accordance with the demand of FIFA, the global governing body of football. AIFF Acting Secretary General Sunando Dhar urged FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura to “reconsider the decision to suspend AIFF”.
Dhar said, “It is with great pleasure that we inform you that the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has heard our case and vide order dated 22nd August 2022 has removed the COA in its entirety and consequently the AIFF has been given its Has got full charge of conducting daily tasks. In view of the above, we request FIFA, and in particular the Bureau, to reconsider our decision to suspend the AIFF.
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The letter further said, “The conditions laid down in your letter for removal of suspension have been fulfilled, therefore we request that an order in this regard be issued at the earliest so that the smooth conduct of football in AIFF India continues.” Be able to keep
FIFA on 15 August suspended the AIFF for ‘undue influence from third parties’ and said that the U-17 Women’s World Cup ‘cannot be held as currently planned in India’.
As per the pre-determined schedule, India is to host the FIFA tournament from October 11 to 30. This is the first time in the 85-year history of the AIFF that FIFA has banned him. The Supreme Court on Monday amended its earlier order to lift the suspension and clear the way for the Under-17 Women’s World Cup in India.