LAHORE - Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) President Faisal Saleh Hayat has urged the women football team, participating in the SAFF Women Football Championship, to eliminate their weaknesses if they want to win the Championship. If you want to be a good player, its important that you are fully aware of your weaknesses through getting feedback from people around you. Next, you must take the steps to rectify these weaknesses. Getting honest feedback is a part of the learning process in becoming a top footballer. I want you to sharpen this characteristic always, this is stated by Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat while hoping good display from Pakistan National Women team who will face Maldives in the SAFF Women Championship on 14 December (11:05 AM). Eight teams will go all out for the winning trophy when the first-ever SAFF Women Championship 2010 will be held at Coxs Bazar, Bangladesh. Apart from India, Bangladesh will also have to put up with the challenges of Sri Lanka and Bhutan in Group A while Group B consists of SA Games silver medallists Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Maldives. Faisal added that PFF trying to prepare Women team ultimately for the coming AFC Women Asian Cup, AFC U-19 Championship and AFC U-16 Championship in 2012. For that, these years will be fundamental to improve in terms of technique, tactics and football culture in the country. I am not a man to say 'certainly, and I do not chase only winning the title since I am trying to build and develop the team. Since Bangladeshi show a tournament lasts only for a short period the result very much depends on many factors like our players physical condition and opponents condition and so on. In this time, I will bring to Coxs Bazar players who are talented, know how to stay in group and who have a big will to improve themselves, added by head coach Tariq Lutfi. Faisal praised Shadab Training Institute of Special Education and said it was encouraging that quality institutions of special education in public and private sectors were facilitating a large number of special children. Since Women football in Pakistan is only six years old, it is natural that there is pressure (on us) for the event. But we have big motivation to improve, and to send a message to all female players, we have to confirm that we are improving as the time ticks on. Obviously the expectation is always high. But my players should be good at dealing with such pressure because the pressure should give us energy to compete so we should not want this pressure to go away, concluded Tariq.