LAHORE The Pakistan Football Federation arranged match commissioners workshop which concluded here on Thursday with 22 passing out successfully from nearly the weak long activity. A football match involves more than just the 22 players on the field and referee. At the apex of a match organisational chart is the match commissioner - the key official who must make decisions, minor or major, knowing that it could have huge repercussions in the future, PFF President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat said in a message on the concluding day of PFF match commissioner seminar at FIFA Football House, Lahore. Twenty-two candidates received instructions on procedures and requirements needed of soccer match commissioners by the head of PFFs competition services, part of PPFL LOCs efforts to deepen its pool to meet the increased demands of the top-notch 240-match event, to be played from September 16 to December 28 2010. The Workshop ended with an enchanting question-answer session. The 22 participants of Workshop were: Mian Rizwan Ali, Mian Abdul Bari, Muhammad Rauf Bari, Naveed Bashir Butt, Arif Siddiqui, Naseem Uddin, Tanveer Ul Hassnain, Rashad Mehmood Butt, Manzoor Ahmed (Punjab), Atiq Rehmat Ullah, Abdul Shakoor Baloch, Qamar Yar Khan, Muhammad Iqbal Jr, Ali Nawaz, Ahmed Ali Wasti (Sindh), Muhammad Zaman (Islamabad), Hidayat Ullah, Imtiaz Ali Shah, Salah Uddin Awan, Gohar Zaman (Khyber PK), Zahir Kasi, Abdul Samad ( Balochistan).