LAHORE The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has opened the exit door for seven players and announced 30 players in the build up for the National U-14 team to appear in AFC U-14 Festival of Football (South Asia Region) at Iran from May 10-23 2010. The camp, commenced on March 23 2010, is in full swing at Punjab Stadium with all the boys, born on after January 1 1996 are being accommodated at FIFA Football Houses hostels. The PFF had selected the 55 probables from Islamabads 12th National Championship and scraped 10 players in the first stage on March 27, further eight on March 31 and seven on Monday. The PFF assigned coaches working under Asian Football Confederation (AFC)s AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme -Sajjad Mehmood, Hassan Baloch and GK coach Noman Ibrahim - to look after the school-level boys. Pakistan will be among nine participants alongwith Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka and host Iran. On the sidelines of the Festival, an AFC 'C Coaching License and Referees Courses will be held apart from a workshop for the teams coaches. The 30 players currently in the Camp are : Goal keepers (3) ; Usman Khan, Syed Hassan Mujtaba, Rao Umer Farooq Defenders (9): Malik Dilshad Ahmed, Muneer Ahmed , Sajjad Ali, Shahbaz Masih, Zafar Ahmed, Imtiaz Masih, Tanzeel Ishfaq, Mohammad Usman, Babar Faiz. Midfielders (9): Raza Ali, Hassan Pervaiz, Haider Ali, Mohammad Zeeshan, Saeb Ashraf, Bilal Asghar, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Sohail, Shar Ali Strikers : (9): Mudassar Iqbal, Mohammad Bilal, Ashfaq Uddin, Mohamamd Younas Saeed, Rashid Noor, Syed Daniyal Hussain, Fateh Sher, Mohammad Umer Hayat, Mohammad Nawaz.