LAHORE - "National Coach Georg Kottan (Austria) and members of Technical Study Group (TSG) will help Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) in forming strong Pakistan and Pakistan U19, U23 teams for coming future assignments. They will select 75 plus players from the NBP National Football Challenge Cup. It will be played from 15-28 April 2009 at HESCO Stadium, named in memory of Umaid Ali Kaimkhani Shaheed, near Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad," this is stated by Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)'s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat. PFF Operational Wing had formed TSG under the directive of Faisal Saleh Hayat to analyze the technical abilities of all the 16 participants at Hyderabad. "Tactical and technical trends can change between each events. Consequently, PFF calls on Pakistan's former internationals, coaches to help it identify the game's evolution at the various level. I hope that TSG's current five members will perform their duty with dedication and commitment" said Faisal. Kottan, under whom Pakistan drew four matches and winning once in five outings, will hunt talent under PFF Selection Commitee whose other members will be Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)'s General Secretary Lt. Col (r) Ahmed Khan Yar Lodhi, Director Operation Wing Comdr (r) Pervaiz Mir and TSG Group. Former National coaches Siddiq Sheikh, Akhtar Mohiuddin, Olympic Coach Muhammad Rasheed and AFC AID-27 Coaches working under Asian Football Confederation (AFC)'s Scheme - Gohar Zaman, Muhammad Habib - are in TSG appointed for 32-match show that will conclude on 28 April 2009 when National Bank of Pakistan (NBP)'s President Syed Ali Raza, also Chief Executive Officer of NBP, will grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Earlier on 15 April 2009, NBP's Dr. Mirza Ibrar Baig, Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) & Group Chief, Human Resources Management & Administration (HRM&A) will perform Opening Ceremony with traditional kick. Faisal added : "The ultimate aim of TSG is to compile a technical report after the event, which examines the 16 team's action in all of the facets that are interesting from a technical and tactical point of view. The group examines each team's tactical strategy, looks at the coaches, throws up discussion points for the future, chooses its favorite goals and identifies the players who have made a particular contribution." "TSG has also been responsible for naming the Official Team of the Tournament, which features the players who, in the group's eyes, have been particularly important in terms of, for example, team play, skill, defensive or goal-scoring ability." concluded Faisal, also member of AFC Disciplinary Committee.