KARACHI - Qamar Yar Khan who was about ten days ago appointed as first paid secretary of Sindh Football Association has resigned from the post for what he has called "in the best interest of the game". Qamar who was appointed directly from the PFF called up local media offices on Saturday afternoon to inform that he has resigned from the lucrative post after consulting the SFA high officials who had originally recommended his name for the job. The PFF following the instructions of the FIFA decided to appoint paid secretaries in all the four provincial associations. The federation has advised the four provincial bodies to recommend person with suitable credentials for the appointment. SFA president Ghulam Abbas Baloch has sent the names of five persons including that of Qamar Yar Khan to the PFF to pick a person suitable for the job. Qamar who has played for Karachi University for some years and hold MA and LLB degrees was picked by the PFF on merit. However since his appointment, he was receiving mysterious calls from unidentified individuals. He consulted high SFA officials who advised him to quit the job. The SFA high officials have however retained Qamar Yar Khan to work as the coordinator of the SFA, an honorary position he had held before getting the PFF offer.