The All India Football Federation is proposing a full overhaul of its work culture as part of a roadmap that seeks to make the public platoon one of the finest in Asia. Accordingly, the laid-back station will be a thing of history and all programs will be the result – acquainted.
It has been learned that the roadmap created for the coming 25 times will implicitly but not directly state that the public platoon should make the World Cup.” The new set of office liaisons doesn’t want to portray World Cup qualification as the be-all and end-all thing. The study process is if you’re among the stylish in Asia, also you’ll be playing in the World Cup,” a well-informed source privy to the developments told PTI.
AIFF to come up with a 25-year plan to make India the best football nation in Asia
The laid-back station will be a thing of history and all the programs will be result-acquainted as the All India Football Federation is planning a complete revamp of its work culture under a roadmap that aims to make the public platoon one of the stylish in Asia. It has been learned that the roadmap, being prepared for the coming 25 times, won’t explicitly say that the public platoon should qualify for the World Cup but would suggest the same by recrimination.
“The Indian team was earlier among the best in Asia. The attempt is to rise steadily to that level once again. Everything will be target-oriented, be it the coaches, support staff, any other programs, or even the manpower in the AIFF headquarters. There will be overhaul and restructuring. The laid-back attitude will be done away with. It’s across the spectrum, and will apply to everybody associated with the AIFF,” the source said.
The document’s release, which is anticipated to be hundreds of runners long, will probably be laid over for many days since the AIFF also needs feedback from FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation.
The AIFF had intended to advertise the roadmap 100 days after the choices on September 2 but eventually decided to stay until the World Cup was over. The paper is now anticipated to be made public in the first week of January. also, it’s known that the road chart being created would be the most expansive in Indian football history.
The public confederation’s monthly budget of slightly over Rs 100 crore, according to AIFF Secretary General Shaji Prabhakaran, has to be boosted at least ten times if Indian football is to advance. Because of this, a significant portion of the roadmap will deal with the business side of Indian football, videlicet how to increase AIFF’s fiscal coffers.
AIFF launched Lakshya 2022 in 2012 as a strategy for World Cup qualification at that time. The Netherlands’ Robert Baan, who was appointed specialized director in 2011, was substantially responsible for it. Along with FIFA and the AFC, the AIFF also created a roadmap for 2019, although it substantially concentrated on original league structures similar to the creation and deportation in the Indian Super League and I- League.